Talks for ground
facilities’ with one unnamed player quoted as saying: “It’s like eating in a pub every day we are training.”
Wasps responded to the article with a statement where Dai Young refuted claims of a mutiny, highlighting ten senior squad members had recently signed new contracts, including Joe Launchbury, Elliot Daly and Dan Robson.
Young said: “The construction of new training facilities is taking longer than originally hoped. We had a couple of projects which reached a pretty advanced stage but unfortunately did come not to fruition along the way, but no-one doubts this is the number one priority project for our development team.
“I know a further location is now under serious consideration and that this project could take a big step forward in the very near future.
Old Leamingtonians first team play in Level 8 of English rugby, having lost one and won one of their opening Midlands 3 West South games. They narrowly missed on promotion last season after losing a decisive game against Old Coventrians in April.
The club boasts a strong mini, junior and Colts set up, with their under-18s the current holders of the Bob Coward Colts Cup after defeating Stratford 33-0 in the final.
Old Leams are based at The Crofts off Bericote Road, off the A452 and is in close proximity to the town’s other rugby club, Leamington RFC, who play Level 7 rugby.
The Crofts has been Old Leams’ home since 1956, after club purchased five acres from the YMCA at Cloister Crofts for £1,500.