AFTER an enforced break of two years, the Surcouf Family Fun Day is back at Dorchester Rugby Club on Good Friday.

The brainchild of legend Lloyd Surcouf, after whom Dorchester recently renamed its clubhouse and grounds complex, the idea is pull everyone together as a club and celebrate the season that has just finished.

With attractions for all the family to enjoy, from bouncy castles to hog roast and bar, it is a chance for players and their families along with those tirelessly working behind the scenes to be recognised for their efforts.

The match itself will be a Dorchester XV led by Steve Tucker against a Surcouf XV no doubt led from the side, and likely kicked off by, Lloyd himself.

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Always a game to put a smile on the face as players from the ages of 18 to nearly 80 get involved.

Surcouf, who played for Dorchester for many years and served on its committee for a long spell after his playing days, now offers his vocal support to whichever of the club’s sides he watches.

He is always keen to bring everyone together in the one club ethic. His wife Sandie, ably helping him in his rugby endeavours over the years, also helped out with washing and running repairs on the first-team kit back in the days when Dorchester Rugby Club was located on Weymouth Avenue, prior to its move to Coburg Road.

The clubhouse opens at 1pm with all welcome to enjoy what promises to be a fantastic day for all that attend.