You can never write off Stirling County at home at Bridgehaugh and so it proved for the Firsts on Saturday as Stirling County came back with a penalty conversion at the death to draw the match 21-21. We are tucked in just behind the league leaders Ayr with Boroughmuir and Heriots breathing down our necks with their game in hand to be played on Friday night. We have a pause for breath this week and then we play Heriots in a bid to cement our position.
The Storm pulled off a great result and are also tucked in to second spot in their league behind Glasgow Hawks, the only team they’ve not beaten yet. They too have a week off this week and can build up for the visit of Heriots 2nds, which will be another toughie.
The Wasps kept the winning habit going against Berwick Colts and are the only team with a fixture this week against Gala Wanderers. Here’s wishing them all the best for that match up at Netherdale.
The Youth section are on their half-term break too so if you are a parent make sure you check what coaching is on over the school break.
The Ladies had their match called off against Stirling County, and there is now a real backlog of fixtures for them and we hope this can be cleared up without being disadvantaged.
We hope you’ll join us at the club on Saturday for another day of World Cup Rugby as Scotland take on Samoa in Newcastle. It was a great atmosphere at the ground, but also at the club with Dawn's curry winning great acclaim. See you there!