Wild Geese in the Thames Valley

Wild Geese in the Thames Valley
Updated on 8th July

During the course of the season there will be a couple of opportunities for Thames Valley based supporters to watch the London Irish amatuer side – The Wild Geese.

For those wondering what to do with thier time the weekend before Christmas (London Irish do not have a match scheduled for that weekend), why not pop along to Old Bath Road in Sonning to watch the Wild Geese take on Redingensians.

The Wild Geese will also be in the thames valley to play Henley Hawks – although at the time of writing neither side have the fixture date listed (we will update this page in due course).

On Saturday 22nd December the Wild Geese visit Redingensians – 2:00pm

Redingensians play at Old Bath Road, Sonning.
There is an hourly bus service from Reading on Arriva Buses route 850 – there nearest bus stop is Hawthorne Way.
There is also a half hourly service on Reading Buses route 14 (13 for the return) to Shepherd Hill which is a 15-20 minute walk from the ground.

We believe admission at Redingensians remains at £10 per person which includes parking.

Click for Redingensians Website & Map.

Wild Geese visit Henley Hawks – Date/Time TBC

Henley play at Dry Leas, which is on Marlow Road, just to the north of the town centre – a few minutes walk from the nearest bus stop and about 15 minutes from the railway station.
There is an hourly train service between Twyford and Henley with connections at Twyford for services to/from Reading and London Paddington.
Arriva Buses routes 800/850 provide a half hourly service from Reading and High Wycombe to Henley – the nearest bus stop is Bell Street in the town Centre or Swiss Farm on the Marlow Road.

We hope to have information on admission prices and car parking shortly.

Click for Henley RFC Webiste & Map.

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