Any club member (excluding players) who would like to receive notification of any last minute senior match call-offs, as well as other updates from time to time, please text 'MRFC UPDATES' to the MRFC club phone (07891 259 212) followed by your name.
The Scottish rugby team will be staying in Aviemore during their pre tour training camp on the 28th and 29th May. During these day there will be the opportunity for coaches and players to come and watch the national team during two open training sessions-
It’s that time again. The time when all full members can decide how the Club should be managed. The time when you can make your contribution. The Executive Committee is always looking for new blood and fresh ideas.
Last Friday, around 160 players, members, parents and friends met in the New Elgin Hall for the first ever Moray Rugby Club Awards Evening. Eighteen trophies were presented to award winners from 5 years old to senior.
The club will be hosting family touch rugby, as a fun event, each Tuesday evening 6:30-7:30 during the Summer (off season). This is open to all levels of the club from Micros to Seniors, players to families, even Granny could come and have a go!!
Moray lost out by 24 points to 10 against Garioch last Saturday in their penultimate RBS Caledonia League Division 2 North league fixture. The hard fought win ensured that the Inverurie side picked up the league title this season.
Moray U16s finished off a very good season by putting in a terrifically committed performance against Perthshire in the final of the Caledonia U16 Shield Final in Inverness last Sunday. Coming from behind, the side secured a hard fought 7-7 draw and with it a share of the Shield.
The Moray U16 competed the final of the Caledonia U16 Shield against Perthshire on Sunday at Highland. A very competitive game saw the final score Moray 7 Perthshire 7. The rules state that no extra time is played and therefore the teams share the trophy. A fantastic achievement for the U16 and their coaches.
The Nairn Invitational is always enjoyable. Usually the last event on the fixture calendar and with rugby, tug o’ war and ‘big mouth’ passing task, the variety brings something different to a festival day.