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David Perry

On Saturday 18th August Garnock return to competitive action with a Shield Preliminary Round tie away at Allan Glens. Last season our games against Glens were shared with each side winning the home fixture. This promises to be a tough start to the season. Kick off at The Bearyards is

We are delighted to confirm that our Royal Bank RugbyForce and My Name5 Doddie Charity Day on 4th August raised £6000 for the charity.   Congratulations must go to all those who organised the event and to the many people who helped out on what was a fabulous day  

Our charity event last Saturday was a great success and it was fabulous to see so many people, young and old, attending.   A full update on the event will follow however for now we would like to say a big thank you to all those involved in organising the

We are now only a few days away from our Royal Bank RugbyForce and My Name’5 Doddie Charity Day   Final arrangements are now well in hand and this promises to be a great family day out. As well as the rugby there is a BBQ, bar, children’s bouncy castle

With just over a week to go arrangements are being finalised   The day will start around 12 noon with Junior games commencing around 12.30 . Peter Campbell’s 50th Select side will take on a Garnock Select around 1.30 followed by the current 1st XV v 2008 Shield Winning select

Pre-season training starts on Tuesday 26th June at 7pm at Lochshore Following a great season in 2017/18 we should be ambitious for the upcoming season.  We would therefore like to see as many down at pre-season as possible. Any new players would be most welcome regardless of experience or ability.

The 2018 AGM will take place on Monday 18th June at 7.00pm in the Eglinton Inn. Motions for discussion and any nominations for the General Committee must be sent in writing to the club secretary, David Perry, by email to davidperry99@gmail.com , to be received no later than 15th June. Apologies

Garnock Take Runners Up Place As reported by Tom Dickson. Garnock completed their league campaign with a short trip to Irvine last Saturday. They kicked-off in glorious spring conditions and immediately put the home side under pressure but could not capitalise on their possession. Play swung from one 22 metre

Garnock Restrict Kilmarnock (reported by Tom Dickson) Garnock made the short journey to local rivals, Kilmarnock, on Wednesday evening in their penultimate league match of the season. The rain had been falling for most of the day but the playing surface looked in very good condition for the start. Kilmarnock

Garnock’s Narrow Win at East Kilbride Reported by Tom Dickson Garnock, in third place, travelled to play fourth placed East Kilbride in what proved to be a tight match. Garnock started the game and camped well inside the home half. EK kicked a penalty award to their 10m line. Garnock