Fri 08 Nov 2019 13:35

We are sorry to announce that our former player David Foulds died on 3rd November.  Our thoughts are with his family and friends at this sad time.

David (Fouldsie) played a few seasons in the 1960s before moving down south to play his rugby at Rosslyn Park becoming a stalwart of the club.  His father played for Waterloo's first team in the 1920s and twice for England in 1929.  Click here to see our Honours Board.

John Spain from Rosslyn Park Rugby Club passed on the sad news and is preparing a tribute in next Saturday's programme.  He has asked if there are any Waterloo members who remember him playing back in the day and who would like to share their memories.

If you have any memories of Fouldsie, please email them to Pete Cureton who will forward them.

Thank you.

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