Season 1950-51

Bill Farren continued as captain, Jack Douglas his deputy, and for this season the Committee include...

Season 1967-68

Tony Blonden a hard running centre with an eye for an opening took over as captain, Geoff Bryan bein...

Season 1968-69

Frank Lavis, who had captained the highly successful Colts side of 1964-5, and who since had made hi...

Season 1969-70

With the experienced Ray Plummer as captain the first team started off with 5 wins in the first 6 ga...

Season 1961-62

The Club’s 75th Anniversary and the Devon R.F.U. promised to field a County side at Bickleigh in the...

Season 1962-63

The midweek XV - Plymouth Argaum Barbarians - duly came to fruition, owing their title undoubtedly t...

Season 1963-64

Rip Kirby was captain, Ken Beake his vice. Ted Delve the President resigned and George Cross a playe...

Season 1964-65

Ian Cooper, a very solid scrummaging prop forward became captain, Geoff Bryan, Nigel Hadden, Peter G...

Season 1965-66

John Price, an attacking wing forward took over as captain. John was old fashioned enough as to cons...

Season 1966-67

Billy Ryan, associated with the Club from his school days, a fast breaking, incisive, quick thinking...

Season 2000-01

Half-back Andy Critchley was the 1st XV skipper in an eventful season that ultimately ended in disap...

Season 1938-39

Captain and vice captain as in the previous season. Besides a complete 1st XV list, the second side ...

Season 1922-23

The opening game on 9th September against Plymouth Albion Reserves was lost 3-15, Jack Daly "a terro...

Seasons 1887 - 1902

Argaum Villas comprises, or comprised, six large semi-detached houses (or villas) at the Stoke end o...

Season 1902-03

The first discoverable press reference is to be found on 4th November 1902 - a fixture against Pembr...

Season 1903-04

The season opened on 3rd October against R. N. E. College III, when 'not at full strength, Argaum lo...

Season 1904-05

This opened on 26th September against Plymouth Reserves, with a result 5-9; an improvement on earlie...

Season 1905-06

This season opened on September 23rd, resulting in a 0-3 defeat at Bere Alston. The published Argaum...

Season 1906-07

To oppose Plymouth Reserves at South Devon place on 15th September 1906, the selected side was G.H. ...

Season 1907-08

On October 5th 1907, a try apiece versus Modbury, October 19th (old rivals) Kelly College, but no re...

Seasons 1908-1914

If 1907-08 had been a season of poor publicity, the seasons following, until rugby was interrupted b...

Season 1980-81

Tom Hitchins, properly and deservedly, succeeded George Cross as President. Stand-off Mike Worth, an...

Season 1981-82

Mike Worth continued as captain and Ian Ramsey took over as Secretary. Interest in the Devon Cup dis...

Season 1982-83

Jim Studds Captain, and in the usual opening match against Truro, the visitors were contained 12-18,...

Season 1983-84

The season opened with a comprehensive defeat at the hands of Truro, 11-41, Wiggy Bennett and Brian ...

Season 1984-85

Hooker Wiggy Bennett Captain. In a not particularly successful playing season, the industry of the H...

Season 1985-86

Ian Collier a centre whose boot had stood the Club in good stead the previous year was captain, open...

Season 1986-87

Hooker Wiggy Bennett, re-assumed the captaincy. Events almost completed a full circle. The OPMs club...

Season 1989-90

1st XV 1989-90 1st XV 1989-90 ...

Season 1954-55

Jack Douglas - to whom references were being made as Argaum’s veteran stand off half - continued as ...

Season 1934-35

Memorable, if for nothing else, for the fact that for the first time in almost 50 years the Club had...

Season 1948-49

Tim Daly continued as Club captain and a very full second fifteen fixture list was arranged - and fu...

Season 1970-71

Barry Rees, a vastly experienced strongly built forward, a tower of strength in the line out and one...

Season 1971-72

Frank Lavis returned to the helm as captain, Barry Rees retired from the playing arena, to take over...

Season 1972-73

Dave Sharp, a fast moving quick thinking stand off from the teaching profession - as several Argaum ...

Season 1973-74

The additional changing accommodation was formally opened. Former player Peter Blackburn - an extrem...

Season 1974-75

Fred Rogers, who had been with the Club since his school days became captain. The season opened with...

Season 1975-76

Geoff Baskerville, back row forward, who had been kicking goals for Argaum for some seasons - (and i...

Season 1976-77

Steve Body was captain, with Fred Rogers as Secretary. There was an early defeat 4-18 at the hands o...

Season 1977-78

Geoff Baskerville back in command, the record improving to the extent of 14 wins, a draw and 17 defe...

Season 1978-79

Howell Phillips - several seasons in the 1st XV pack, was captain, Kim Jarvis leading the Wanderers....

Season 1979-80

Ceri Critten, a long serving, fast moving wing three quarter, even prepared to step into the Scrum H...

Season 1951-52

Bill Farren continued as captain, Jack Douglas again deputising. Hugh Stone captained the A side wit...

Season 1952-53

At the annual meeting Leslie Paul by reason of his many other commitments retired as President, to t...

Season 1953-54

Jack Douglas captain, Bill Farren having gone off refereeing for the Devon RFU, and a partly success...

Season 1955-56

The rumours of Jack Douglas' veterancy may have had some substance as he retired from playing but to...

Season 1956-57

Chris Magner - a product of St Boniface College Plymouth who provided a number of Argaum players fro...

Season 1957-58

John Frankham returned to the club after a short Midlands excursion to reassume the captaincy with G...

Season 1958-59

From the outset of the season, the clubhouse - in truncated form - together with one pitch on the Hi...

Season 1959-60

Harold Brickwood, an experienced centre, was captain; Ches Magill vice captain, Mike Dodd captaining...

Post World War II

Messrs Matthews and Hitchins - war or not - were equally determined that Argaum should re-start as s...

Season 1946-47

The first post - war match was against Old Public Oaks in Central Park with no changing accommodatio...

Season 1947-48

Tim Daly a lively intelligent and natural scrum half became captain whilst his father, Jack, joined ...

Season 1949-50

Tim continued as captain Bill Farren his "vice". Unhappily ill health forced Tim to retire early in ...

Season 1931-32

E P Evans a tall forward of several seasons experience with the club - particularly alongside Harold...

Season 1932-33

Whilst no less than three fixture cards survive, none have a complete set of results. Tommy Lane (st...

Season 1933-34

Tommy Lane continued as captain Harold Sloggett his deputy. The team for the opening game at Sidmout...

Season 1935-36

Malcolm Robinson Captain, Mervyn Hodge vice, the season got off to a good start with 7 wins in the f...

Season 1936-37

This season ended something of an era. Leslie Paul resigning as secretary and being succeeded by Pet...

Season 1937-38

And the fixture card for this season confirms that for 1937-8 at any rate Leslie Paul is President a...

Seasons 1939-1946

  Had Season 1939 - 40 taken its normal course, Tony Birnage would have been invited to continue fo...

Seasons 1920 to 1922

The outbreak of the 1914-18 war put an end to civilian rugby in Plymouth and not until season 1919-2...

Seasons 1923-24

F W L Burch became Secretary and E H (Birdie) Partridge President in a season that for the first and...

Season 1924-25

The Club colours which - at any rate since the war - had been light and dark blue bands - changed to...

Season 1925-26

  Results - let alone reports - are hard to come by, mostly narrow defeats, 5-6 Bere Alston, 3-8 RN...

Season 1926-27

  Some five or six members departed with George to found the OPM side and the departure of this num...

Season 1927-28

This season saw the revival - after almost 30 years - of a 2nd XV, who celebrated their resurgence w...

Season 1928-29

The team photograph shows that uncompromising character Vic Brooks as captain, H Ward his vice and i...

Season 1929-30

A disappointing start to a season which continued on the same level throughout.

Season 2002-03

  In general a dissapointing season all round but the final playing records for the season were as ...

Season 2003-04

  The Junior section started on Sunday October 26th with 16 youngsters taking part. Although initia...

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Season 1930-31

At last, a club fixture card and - what is more a record of most of the results. Freddie Blight, a m...

Season 1960-61

John Keating (No.8) was captain Dave Algate vice but the latter moved from Plymouth early in the s...

Season 1993-94

1st XV 1993-94 1st XV 1993-94 ...

Season 2004-05

  Under 10s and 11s October 2004 Under 10s and 1...

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4th Dec 2005 - Argaum U13 14 Ivybridge 10

A breakthrough victory for the fledgling Argaum Junior Section.

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Tigers U13 36 Honiton 10

DML Under 13 Devon Cup Quarter Final
Argaum Tigers U13s v Honiton U13s (29/01/06)

Plymouth Argaum knew very little about their opponents when they took on Honiton in windy conditions at Bickleigh Down.

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Tigers U13 17 Liskeard/Looe 10

Plymouth Argaum U13s v  Liskeard/Looe U13s (22/01/06) 
Plymouth Argaum took on Liskeard/Looe on a very heavy pitch on Sunday 22 January at Bickleigh Down. Good driving by Argaum's forwards and some accurate passing in the first half contributed to their 2 tries, (J.Jenkins,C Gallagher).

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D. Services U13 22 Tigers 5

Devonport Services U13 v Plymouth Argaum Tigers U13 (15/01/06)
Plymouth Argaum's unbeaten run finally came to an end on Sun 15 Jan at Brickfields in a highly competitive match against a well drilled Services side.

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Argaum/Totnes/Launceston U13

Argaum Tigers U13 v Totnes & Launceston (08/01/06) 
Plymouth Argaum started the new year with this triangular fixture which saw them running out comfortable winners in both matches.

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Tigers U13 32 Torquay 5

Plymouth Argaum U13s v Torquay U13s (18/12/05)
Plymouth Argaum continued their winning form when they took on a depleted Torquay side at Buickleigh Down on Sunday 18 December.  The Tigers, having lent one of their players to Torquay in order to play 15 a side, were on fine form once again.

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Launceston U13 0 Tigers 41

Launceston U13s: v Plymouth Argaum (11/12/05) 
Plymouth Argaum travelled to Polson Bridge last Sunday, well prepared for a tough encounter.  However, from the very first minute of the game, when Connor Gallagher stormed the length of the pitch to score his first of 3 brilliant tries, Argaum dominated most of the play.

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Tigers U13 14 Ivybridge 10

Plymouth Argaum Tigers U13s v  Ivybridge (4/12/05)


Plymouth Argaum Tigers were keen to put up an impressive performance against Ivybridge on Sunday 4 December at Bickleigh Down.  Inspired by their captain, William Cox, the home team went into the lead after an exciting 10 minutes, when a good break by Jonny Jenkins resulted in an excellent try by Connor Gallagher, effortlessly converted by Rhys Dimmock-Williams.

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Tigers U13 28 Exeter Chiefs 5

Argaum Tigers U13 v Exeter Chiefs U13 (20/11/05)
Once again the visiting team scored first, only for Argaum to fight back against a very determined Exeter side. The Tigers, unphased by a much heavier Exeter pack, had to work as a team to overcome particularly strong opposition.

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Tiverton U13 10 Tigers 37

Tiverton RFC U13 v Plymouth Argaum Tigers U13 : Devon Cup Round 1 (13/11/05)
On a heavy pitch the home team opened the score with a try after only 3 minutes, taking Argaum by surprise.  Forced into action, the Tigers stepped up a gear resulting in an excellent run and try by Jonny Jenkins. 

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