Forward George Willmott, who has strong local connections, will make the step up to Jersey's first team next season.Read the full story ›
Antonio 'TJ' Harris, who is set to join this summer, comes in as Jersey's longest-serving player confirms his departure.Read the full story ›
South African-born prop Roy Godfrey will skipper Jersey in his second season with the club.Read the full story ›
Guernsey Raiders fly-half Owen Thomas is only expected to miss one game despite being carried off with a knee injury.Read the full story ›
Jersey Reds have brought in Athletic back Scott McClurg alongside another new signing from Australia ahead of Friday's B&I Cup opener.Read the full story ›
Jersey Reds are looking forward to facing former teammates at Ealing Trailfinders tomorrow, according to their Head Coach.Read the full story ›
Jersey Rugby Club will officially be known as 'Jersey Reds' from the start of the 2016/17 season.
The renaming signifies an official adoption of a widely-used nickname for the club, and the familiar red shirts will remain synonymous with Island rugby when Jersey Reds play their first matches in August.
The club's executive committee has taken the decision to make the switch from to maximise the appeal to players and supporters alike.
The new name encompasses the 1st team squad, who will shortly begin training ahead of their fifth season in the Greene King IPA Championship, as well as Jersey Athletic, Jersey Ladies and the club's thriving mini and junior section.
'Previously we have been simply 'Jersey', which means we have the same name as the Island itself and virtually all of the sports teams which represent the Island.
Jersey Reds will be a uniquely rugby-related title and we expect it to become widely-used and popular.'
The new Jersey Reds identity has been registered with the Rugby Football Union and will be unveiled officially on June 1st.
Jersey came from behind to retain the Siam cup for an 8th consecutive year in a thrilling match at Footes Lane this weekend.Read the full story ›
Jersey and Guernsey will go head to head tomorrow in one of the oldest rugby clashes in the world; the Siam Cup.Read the full story ›
Jersey RFC have confirmed the signings of two players from the Scarlets in Wales - Regan King and Kieran Hardy.
A capped All Black early in his career, and recognised as one of the most talented threequarters in the game while playing at the top level of domestic rugby in Wales and France, King will be parading his skills as part of the Jersey midfield in 2016/17.
Young scrum-half Hardy will also be making the move from Scarlets to Reds in time for pre-season training to commence in June.
"Regan is a fantastically gifted player who will be the perfect addition to our squad, helping to bring on the likes of Brendan Cope and Sam Katz, and offering a different perspective to our backs, particularly in terms of their attacking skills.
People will talk about Regan's age, but that's not an issue for me - he has made well over 20 appearances for the Scarlets this season and has expressed real enthusiasm about playing for Jersey once we get next season underway."