Fletcher's Fields

Fletcher's Fields is a rugby stadium in Markham, Ontario, Canada. There are 6 rugby fields, but only one with a grandstand for spectators. The club house with changerooms and snake bar is located in the centre of the facility. Parking is located in two lots south of 19th Avenue and one north of the clubhouse.

The field was named for Denis Fletcher.

It currently serves as home to the Toronto Rebellion of the Rugby Canada Super League. The stadium, which seats 3,000 people, has hosted numerous Canada national rugby union team matches in the past was one of the venues for the 2008 Churchill Cup. It also hosted the 2011 Colonial Cup.

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    Now, good night! may Sweetest Slumbers
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