Their home stadium is Paton Field in Thurstaston. On 23 April 2022 Caldy reached the highest level in the club's history when they beat title rivals Sale 13–9 in front of a crowd of 3, 000 at Paton Field to win National League 1 and gain promotion to the RFU Championship (tier 2) for the 2022–23 season. Honours National Old Boys Sevens Winners: 1970–71 Cheshire Cup winners (6): 1971, 2011, 2012, 2013, 2015, 2017 North West 2 champions: 1997–98 South Lancs/Cheshire 1 champions: 2002–03 North Division 2 West champions: 2004–05 North Division 1 champions: 2006–07 National League 2 North champions (2): 2016–17, 2019–20 National League 1: champions 2021–2022 Current standings Club Played Won Drawn Lost Points for Points against Points diff Try bonus Losing bonus Points 1 Ealing Trailfinders 10 0 440 163 277 50 2 Jersey Reds 11 364 208 137 9 49 3 Coventry 7 307 265 42 8 36 4 Bedford Blues 5 294 337 −43 6 27 Doncaster Knights 231 217 14 25 Hartpury 235 267 −32 Nottingham 269 259 24 Cornish Pirates 183 202 −19 19 Richmond 222 355 −133 16 Ampthill 212 216 −4 15 Caldy 190 264 −74 13 12 London Scottish 160 354 −194 If teams are level at any stage, tiebreakers are applied in the following order: Number of matches won Difference between points for and against Total number of points for Aggregate number of points scored in matches between tied teams Number of matches won excluding the first match, then the second and so on until the tie is settled Green background Championship winners will be promoted to the Premiership, subject to minimum standards criteria.
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Caldy RFC gain promotion to the RFU Championship for the first timeCaldy RFC beat Sale FC 13-9 to clinch the National League 1 title and promotion to the RFU Championship for the first time in their history. Next season will be the highest Caldy RFC has ever finished. Their route to promotion was far from easy. Caldy RFC Flanker Callum Ridgway said after the game: “I thought we found it quite difficult, we had quite a few mistakes, few knock-ons. ” Caldy had been unbeaten since December yet could still fail to secure promotion. In fact, heading into the final 10 minutes they were 7-9 down.
RUGBY:Caldy RFC win National League One to secure promotion to The ChampionshipCALDY secured the National 1 title with a brilliant display against promotion rivals Sale FC after a tough match at Paton Field on Saturday. The Wirral-based club, which has three adult sides and a thriving minis and juniors scene, amassed 111 points from 28 matches to come out on top of a closely fought title race, with Saturday’s opponents, Sale, plus Rosslyn Park and Cambridge, leading the chasing pack. Sale FC who started with a number of Sale Sharks academy players in the squad played the brighter of the two sides and took the lead after just three minutes through a penalty.
Ben Jones had missed a penalty which caused concern around Paton field. However, the league’s top point scorer bounced back perfectly. Ben Jones penalty for Caldy RFC – courtesy Samuel Hughes He opted to kick two penalties in the final five minutes to earn them promotion. There were calls to head into the corner in the crowd but Jones kept his composure and converted both the penalties. Sale FC edged the first half keeping Caldy penned in their twenty-two. However, second half the roles were reversed. Both sides put up staunch defences keeping it a low scoring game. Heading into Saturday, both teams could still earn promotion if they picked up maximum points. Sale FC had a game in hand so a victory meant they could be promoted as well. Caldy RFC 2nds also made history by having the longest unbeaten run in the club’s history of 44 games after winning 68-0 against Burnage RFC.
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The game became a bit scrappy and Sale extended their lead just moments later through another penalty and the visitors strength and ability was hard for the Ravers to deal with. With the large Paton crowd cheering them on Caldy took advantage of a lineout on the half hour mark, after another period of scrappy play and from five meters Adam Aigbokhe nipped through the defence to score under the posts to give the Ravers the lead for the first time in the afternoon. In the second half Caldy looked to get more rhythm into the game and struggled against the great pressure Sale were putting them under and the visitors were rewarded by another penalty to retake the lead with half an hour remaining.
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Caldy Rugby Football Club - WikipediaCaldy Rugby ClubFull nameCaldy Rugby Football ClubUnionCheshire RFUNickname(s)The RaversFounded1924; 98 years agoLocationThurstaston, Merseyside, EnglandGround(s)Paton Field (Capacity: 4, 000)ChairmanGary DevaneyCoach(es)Matt CairnsLeague(s)RFU Championship2021–22National League 1, Champions (promoted) 1st kit 2nd kit Official websitecaldyrfc. rfu. club Caldy Rugby Football Club is an English rugby union team which play in the Championship, the second tier of English rugby, following their promotion from National League 1 at the end of 2021-22.
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Caldy kept looking for the try that would give them the title but were unlucky not to get through on a number of occasions and Sale were able to deal with the final ball. HUGE congratulations to my local rugby club @CaldyRFC for achieving an unfathomable promotion to Rugby’s second tier. A spectacular achievement! Wooden shack for changing rooms ✅ Open field for a “stadium” ✅ One division away from @premrugby ✅ Well played all! 👏🏻👏🏻👏🏻 pic. twitter. com/nSZi8a6Dit— Sam Quek (@SamanthaQuek) April 23, 2022 Caldy are in the championship I can’t believe I just said that..
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