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  • Writer's pictureDan Lock

Lynne Edhouse to step down as Girls Chair.


Girls Chair, Lynne Edhouse has decided to step down from her role with Bucks RFU.


Buckinghamshire RFU would like to thank and congratulate Lynne for the time she

has worked for the County.


Through her foresight and innovation, Lynne has been able develop the girls game in Bucks, at County she oversaw the commencement of the U16’s ERDPP, as well as a representative side at U18’s, both of which are flourishing. Lynne has also been the conduit for communication and advice between are clubs and the CB.


Bucks RFU Chair, Neale Baker stated "I have worked with Lynne over the years and have always been impressed by her “can do attitude”. She has shown such passion and commitment to growing the girls game and by surrounding herself with like minded individuals, has shown the future is bright for the girls game in Bucks”.


As can be seen in the picture. Lynne was earlier presented with a County honours

(Administrative) ) cap, recognising her services to the County.


Her replacement will be the former ERDPP Manager Dan Lock, we wish him well.

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