Hull Ionians


Hull Ionians

Hull Ionians are a rugby union club in the East Riding of Yorkshire, England.

Hull Ionians RUFC play (2006/7) in the National Division Three North league, having gained promotion from North One league in the 2004/5 season. The aim of the club is to maintain their status of being the leading rugby union club in the East Riding of Yorkshire.

Hull Ionians were formed in 1989, but have a history going back to at least 1875.

Their home ground is Brantingham Park that opened in September 1995. It is situated in Brantingham off the A63 road between Brough and South Cave.

External links

*http://www.hull-ionians.com


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