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Originally known as Hartlepool Albion when the club formed in 1879, this club has a rich heritage, at one point holding a world record when Rovers racked up an amazing 860 points in 37 games to break the New Zealand All Blacks’ world record points for a season of 830 set in 1905/06. This record, built on scoring 209 tries, would stand until 1953/54 when it was broken by St. Luke’s College, Exeter.The clubhouse is available for hire, for a £50 deposit you can have access to one of the best party venues in town, a popular spot for birthdays. The clubhouse has a large function room with dance floor area, kitchen facilities and large bar, and has a projection screen and microphone facilities. It also has access to toilets as well as a disabled toilet.  The function room can hold up to 200 people.


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