Fixtures released for 2024-2025 club rugby season
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And Stirling County begin their own title defence in the Women’s Premiership away against Heriot’s.  Scottish Rugby has today announced the full fixtures list for the 2024-2025 Women’s and Men’s Premiership seasons, as well as National Leagues 1, 2, 3 and 4, and Regional Leagues 1, 2, 3 and 4. Reserves leagues and youth club ..read more
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David Sutherland: from the first game to the last
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Back in November 2019, the FOSROC Super6 got underway for the first time as Stirling County beat Boroughmuir Bears at Meggetland with referee David Sutherland in the middle. In a fitting “full circle” moment, it will also be David who takes charge of tonight’s final, which will see a Super Series trophy lifted for the ..read more
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A Super Series Legacy
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From the first game on Friday 8 November 2019 to its last on Saturday 8 June 2024, we look back at the 1675 days of Super Series rugby, the people who progressed into the professional game as well as reflecting on the tournament itself. The Tournament FOSROC Super6 rugby kicked-off under Friday night lights at ..read more
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Mixed Ability Rugby festival in Kilmarnock a triumph
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Mixed ability rugby is an inclusive approach to the game, ensuring participation that engages everyone, no matter their age, ability or experience level. It means barriers participation are removed and a supportive and welcoming environment is created. Hosted by 2023 winners of the Spirit of Rugby Award, Brian and Senga Johnston and the Ayrshire Clan ..read more
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Social Return on Investment: Garioch RFC mums returning to rugby
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One of the three key pillars shown in the Social Return on Investment (SROI) report is social, of which volunteer contributions make up a large portion. Throughout society, there has long persisted the myth that motherhood and sport are incompatible. Whilst it cannot be denied that it’s a tough gig, an increasing number of women are ..read more
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Social Return on Investment: Dumfries Saints women and girls pathway
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One of the three key pillars shown in the Social Return on Investment (SROI) report is health, of which subjective wellbeing makes up a large portion of the overall contribution. Dumfries Saints can now boast a women and girls pathway stretching all the way from the final year of primary school to women’s rugby and beyond ..read more
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Social Return on Investment: Murrayfield Wanderers provides youth opportunity
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One of the three key pillars shown in the Social Return on Investment (SROI) report is social, of which targeted projects and participation programmes make up a large portion. It was a spark that lit a fire when the rugby development officer for Murrayfield Wanderers headed to a young Liam Reilly’s primary school nine years ago ..read more
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Social Return on Investment: Orkney RFC, Caledonia North’s club of the year
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One of the three key pillars shown in the Social Return on Investment (SROI) report is economic, of which spending elements such as trips and tournaments make up a large portion. Orkney RFC have had a successful 12 months both on and off the pitch. Club memberships have continued to grow, as has the improvement of ..read more
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Rugby in Scotland delivers 8x return on investment
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The report – a first of its kind for Scottish grassroots rugby – demonstrates the value participating and volunteering in rugby delivers for society and the economy. The report does not include professional players or assets owned by Scottish Rugby, such as Scottish Gas Murrayfield. The headline number of £159.16m per year is broken up ..read more
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2024 Community and Recognition Awards winners
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Headlined by the Club of the Year and Spirit of Rugby awards, Scottish Rugby’s annual awards evening for club rugby ran on Saturday 24 May. About 150 people from clubs all over Scotland attended the evening, enjoying a three course meal and celebrating some of the many community heroes. Ben Healy and Harry Paterson took ..read more
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