RAMS RFC will begin their first-ever season in National One with a trip to Cambridge.

Seb Reynolds' men will hit the road on Saturday, September 7 to visit a side who were nearly relegated last season, before Birmingham Moseley – another side who struggled last season – become the first visitors to Old Bath Road.

A long trip to Darlington Mowden Park arrives in week three, before a mouth-watering derby with Chinnor ends the month.

Richmond – relegated from the Greene King IPA Championship – host Rams on October 5, before Hull Ionians are the visitors to Old Bath Road.

Two tough away games at Blackheath and Bishop's Stortford follow, with November featuring games against Cinderford (h), Rotherham Titans (a), Old Elthamians (h), Canterbury (a) and Rosslyn Park (h).

Rams have three games in December against Sale (a), Plymouth Albion (h) and Birmingham Moseley (a).

They start 2020 with a home game against Darlington Mowden Park on Saturday, January 4, and follow that with Chinnor (a), Richmond (h) and Hull Ioanians (a).

Blackheath visit Old Bath Road on February 1, with Bishop's Stortford (h) and Cinderford (a) to follow. After a week's rest, Rams host Rotherham Titans on February 29.

Their final six matches are against Old Elthamians (a), Canterbury (h), Rosslyn Park (a), Sale (h), Plymouth Albion (a) and Cambridge (h) on April 25.