THIS WEEK AT ANNAN RUGBY
S1-S6 Strength & Conditioning Circuits sessions and Walking Rugby continue on Monday.
See Walking Rugby for more details on Walking Rugby. All Welcome
Training is on for all age groups.
New players of any or no experience always wanted and welcome.
This will be the last training sessions of the 2022/23 for a number of squads but Touch Rugby is starting on Friday 5th May at Violetbank. 6pm start. All ages welcome.
On Friday its the U14-U16 Girls and Boys End of Season Awards at Bank Street
While on Saturday and Sunday, the Warriors are in Sunny Majorca for a Beach Rugby Tournament
Finally on Sunday the U14 Girls, U14 Boys and U16 Boys are all in match action at Violetbank (U14 Boys) and on the road
Edit: U14 Girls trip to Netherhall is now OFF but the U16 Girls are now off to Dumfries Saints
Good luck to all the teams this weekend.
TEAMS IN ACTION
STOP PRESS: The Warrior are knocked out of the Shield Competition in the Semi Finals. After 2 days of playing the final tally was played 7, won 5. Well played Warriors
The Warriors have their last training session of the season on Tuesday and then they are off to Spain on Friday as they are taking part in the annual Majorca Beach Rugby Tournament which has been running since 2008.
Best of luck to the Warriors heading off as they aim to end the season on a high and get a bit of silverware. At worst some great memories and team building!
Preseason training details coming soon! 🙂
While on Sunday we have 3 youth teams in action.
STOP PRESS: U14 Girls trip to Netherhall is now OFF but the U16 Girls are now off to Dumfries Saints. The Hornets teamed up with Moffat, Shire and Newton Stewart for a 15 a side match with Dumfries taking the win 8-5. Well played to all
The U14 Girls (Kilmarnock Girls U14 Fair Play Champions) are off to Netherhall. Kick off TBC. The U14 Girls are having a great season and perhaps only behind the mighty P1-P3 Tigers in their greatness!
While the U14 Boys are at home to near neighbours Moffat. 2pm KO at Violetbank. Its been a development season for the young U14 lads but they will be wanting to get a tick in the win column on Sunday
STOP PRESS: The U16 Boys win! 51-12. Well in lads. Match Report – Now Online
Finally the U16 Boys take the long trip to Wigtownshire for a friendly match. Also a 2pm KO. Like the U14 Boys, it’s been a tough season but for all the lads who have stuck with the squad from an early age they will be wanting to show the best of their abilities on Sunday.
Good luck to all all 3 youth teams who will be aiming to end the 2022/23 season on a high, playing the best rugby they can.