Annan Rugby currently run 10 teams from P1 to adult.

  1. Two Senior Men’s Teams: 1st and 2nd XV;
  2. A Senior Women’s team: The Warriors;
  3. Two Girls Teams: U14 and U16 Hornets;
  4. Two Boys TeamsU14 and U16 Tigers;
  5. Three Mini/Micro Teams: P1-P3, P4-P5 and P6-P7 Tigers.

Our U18 Boy Players train and play with the Senior Men’s Teams.

Our U18 Girl Players train and play with the Senior Women’s Team.

New players are always wanted and welcome at Annan Rugby. No experience necessary. Everyone has to start from somewhere!

Whatever your age, skill levels, fitness, experience – rugby is a sport for everyone.

Come along to a training session and have a go or just watch and have a chat with the coaches/players.

Or if you want any more details just drop an email to


Our current training schedule is as follows:

  1. P1-P3 Boys/Girls: Friday at Violetbank. 6pm to 7.10pm
  2. P4-P5 Boys/Girls: Friday at Violetbank. 6.15pm to 7.25pm
  3. P6-P7 Boys/Girls: Friday at Violetbank. 6.30pm to 7.40pm
  4. U14-U17 Girls: Monday at Violetbank. 6.30pm to 8pm
  5. U14 Boys: Tuesday at Violetbank. 6.15pm to 7.30pm
  6. U16 Boys: Tuesday at Violetbank. 6pm to 7.30pm
  7. U18 Girls/Senior Women: Tuesday & Thursday at Violetbank.  7pm to 8.30pm.
  8. U18 Boys/Senior Men: Monday at the Everholm. 6.45pm to 8pm & Thursday at Violetbank. 6.45pm to 8.30pm

Click on an individual team name for more details.

Ground Address: Violetbank, Annan, Dumfriesshire, Scotland, UK, DG12 5NY



U14-U17 Girls Training at Violetbank. 6.30pm-8pm

U18 & Older Fitness Training at the Everholm. 6.45pm-8pm


U16 Boys Training at Violetbank. 6pm-7.30pm

U14 Boys Training at Violetbank. 6.15pm-7.30pm

U18 Girls & Senior Women Training at Violetbank. 7pm-8.30pm


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U18 Girls & Senior Women at Violetbank. 7pm-8.30pm

U18 Boys & Senior Men at Violetbank. 6.45pm-8.15pm


P1-P3 Girls & Boys Training at Violetbank. 6pm-7.10pm

P4-P5 Girls & Boys Training at Violetbank. 6.15pm-7.25pm

P6-P7 Girls & Boys Training at Violetbank. 6.30pm-7.40pm


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P1-P7 Youth Awards

11am start at Violetbank



To develop a sustainable club, in terms of our facilities and financial independence, to allow us to grow in line with the demands of an increasing and diverse player base.

To strive for a club that is inclusive to all that want to be a part of it – everyone counts.


To provide a positive, respectful, safe and enjoyable rugby experience for all, through the One Club ethos.



What do I need to do?

Just turn up at one of the training sessions and you’re halfway there!

All you need to wear are some football/rugby boots or a pair of old trainers and trackie bottoms/shorts and an old top you dont mind getting a bit dirty!

Anything else?

The SRU require all players to be registered with them via their SCRUMS system. Under 18 players must be registered by their parent/guardian. It’s a simple process and more information can be found at SCRUMS

Any problems or queries though then please ask a coach, someone at the club or email

What’s the Cost?

Membership for over 18 players is £144 per season

Membership for student over 18 players is £84 per season – on production of a valid student card.

Membership for youth players is £50 per season

Membership runs from the 1st August to the 31st July and can be paid in instalments over 10 months or in one go.

We know that rugby might not be for everyone (unlikely but true!) so you or your child can attend a few training sessions for free before any need for membership is required.

Player Membership forms can be picked up at training or on match days or via this link

Don’t fancy playing but want to become a member of the rugby club? Then why not take out an Associated Membership. £20 per season.

Associated Membership forms can be downloaded via this link

Need more info?

Contact one of the coaches or team managers, email and someone will get back to you or send us a message.

#OneClub #YourClub #JoinTheClub

Annan Rugby have partnered up with The Looseheadz Foundation to Support Players, Coaches, Staff and Volunteers, in these unpredictable times we are living in and going forward into the Future. #TACKLETHESTIGMA


  1. CONNECT ~  Stay connected with Family, Friends and Colleagues.  Regular contact enables us to share ideas, concerns, worries and offer or received support.
  2. BE ACTIVE ~ Physical activity is good for our Mental Health, done in a way that is safe and right for you. A good diet, sleep and staying hydrated benefits towards good Mental Health.
  3. TAKE NOTICE ~ It is important for us to try and focus on being present and in the moment, as our thoughts and feelings about the unknown can overwhelm us.
  4. KEEP LEARNING ~ Mental stimulation has been shown to protect our Mental Health, taking up a new hobby or rediscovering old interest gives us goals to achieve.

Here at Annan Rugby we aim to build a Mental Health friendly Rugby Club


If you are experiencing a Mental Health problem help and support is always available.

There are different helplines and listening services available that can provide emotional support.

  • The Samaritans (24 hours a day) – 116 123
  • CALM (5pm – midnight) – 0800 58 58 58
  • Shout (24 hours a day) – text ‘SHOUT’ to 85258
  • Childline (24 hours) 0800 1111
  • Papyrus (9am – 10pm weekdays and 2pm – 10pm weekend & bank holidays) – 0800 068 4141

If you are looking for support and advice;

If you are looking for self-help;

Here at Annan Rugby our Mental Health Coordinator is:


If you need any more information or just a chat you can contact Laura on:-

Mobile: 07808660753




Many thanks to all our amazing Sponsors.

Fancy sponsoring? You know you want to! Then pop along to the Sponsorship Page and see the options and contact details.