Based: Maidenhead RFC, Braywick Road, Maidenhead
Career record: 1-9-0
Colours: Blue/White/Gold
Website: No
Honours: None

1994 BAFA Division One 1-9-0


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Courtney Titus

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Joe Greenidge and Andy Tillbury

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Troy Hunter with Brian Smallworth

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QB Jimmy Skipper

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Tam Smith

Team notes: Formed through the merger of the Thames Valley Chargers and the West London Aces in 1994. In 1994, RB Tam Smith gained a scholarship at Taylor University, Indiana. Head Coach Chris Williams resigned in June of 1994, along with three other staff at the club plunging it into crisis. Williams said, "Owner Russell Scrace told me he was receiving a lot of complaints and if people don't believe in what I am saying there is no sense in me being here." Brian Smallworth became head coach mid-season, but QB Jimmy Skipper quit shortly afterwards after being forced to share playing time with Troy Hunter who returned after 4 years playing in Australia. Smallworth said, "The difference between Jimmy and Troy is like chalk and cheese. Jimmy's an option QB and Troy is more of a scrambler and a leader." Smallworth then quit the team at the end of 1994 after just 4 games in charge stating "I need a rest for medical reasons and I plan to get married in the new year. I've not had a break since 1983." Smallworth had damaged neck vertebrae when he was KO'd by Nottingham QB Ken Suhl, and spent most of the time on crutches. Shocked owner Russell Scrace said, "I haven't got a clue what to do next. I hoped to get someone lined up soon." Team disbanded at the end of the 1994 season.

Head Coaches:

1994 - Chris Williams (replaced by Brian Smallworth midseason)


1994 - Jimmy Skipper (quit mid-season)