TOTTONIANS already have their eyes on the future after securing promotion from London 2 South West with three games to spare.

The Water Lane based club completed the feat by knocking Reeds Weybridge off top spot at the weekend.

“It will be new territory for the firsts next season and that is really exciting for us," said Tottonians' chairman Wayne Hausen.

"We will be the only Hampshire club playing at level six.

“I always describe Tottonians as an ‘amateur club with a professional outlook and facilities to match’. And we are doing so well in so many other areas.

“For example, it is so important for us to make this game and our club affordable for all youngsters.

“Membership is £70 for a family, so if you have six children who want to come along it would cost just the same as it would for one.

“We are the only club in Hampshire to charge this and I am passionate that it will remain affordable.”

Off the pitch there is also plenty going on for the family-orientated club.

With the help of a £25,000 grant from New Forest District Council, and their own funds of £125,000, several schemes are already underway.

They now have three pitches in the grounds of Totton College, a floodlit training area, new female changing and shower rooms and expansion plans for the clubhouse.

Despite the first team success, Totts are not sure what league they will be playing in next season.

But a massive restructuring of the leagues in England should mean an end to long journeys to Sussex and Kent for director of rugby Phil Osman and his team.

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