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RFC

abbreviation for
1. (Military) Royal Flying Corps
2. (Rugby) Rugby Football Club
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Ryan was 23 and lived and breathed Bryncethin RFC. He was a very determined runner who took some stopping and also had quite deceptive footwork."
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RESULTS: Merthyr RFC Bargoed RFC 12 Llandovery Neath 3 Swansea 20 Bridgend RGC 1404 13 Bailey Rae made a great tackle to stop Varney from running in at the corner, when it looked like the try was on.
Two teams from Portadown RFC in County Armagh made the trip over the water to take part in the festival and were joined by teams from Cumbernauld RFC and Falkirk RFC, playing against a combined Bannockburn and Grangemouth RFC side.
Nondescript RFC will play Homeboyz at Ruaraka with Blak Blad hosting Impala Saracens at the same venue.
Fitch has also affirmed RFC's Short-Term IDR at 'F2'.
He claimed the letters "RFC" weren't exclusive to the club as they had been used by rugby football clubs for years.