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David Perry

David Perry

We are delighted to announce that Bill MacDonald has agreed to continue as Head Coach to our club for season 18/19. Bill has done a fantastic job this season and we look forward to this continuing . Pre season details will be announced in early course

Reported by Allan McTaggart Last Saturday Garnock entertained Annan in West Div 1 match with  underfoot  conditions perfect at Lochshore. The teams had met a month ago at Annan with Garnock running out easy winners, but the homesters were missing a few key players putting pressure on their reserve strength.

Garnock 63-0 Oban Reported by Allan McTaggart Last Saturday Garnock welcomed Oban Lorne to Lochshore for a West Div 1 League encounter. The clubs had a close game earlier in the season at Oban with the visitors just coming out on top. However with Garnock in a rich vein of

Garnock Crush Cambuslang Reported by Tom Dickson Cambuslang were Garnock’s visitors at Lochshore last Saturday. They found the valley side far too strong for them and finally succumbed to a 76 – 0 thrashing. Garnock scored a total of twelve tries, half coming from Man of the Match, Jared Reekie,

Reported by Tom Dickson Garnock travelled to Annan to take on the side who beat them in the early rounds of the West Shield looking to put a better show than they did last September. Although Annan were missing a few regulars, Garnock succeeded in producing their highest scoring total of

Garnock Penalise Glens reported by Tom Dickson In a penalty-strewn match, Garnock inflicted a second league defeat on high-flying Allan Glen’s at Lochshore. Garnock kicked off towards the town end but were soon on the defensive as Glen’s were awarded a penalty for collapsing a scrum. From the ensuing lineout

Garnock  38  Irvine 5  Reported by Allan McTaggart Last Saturday Garnock welcomed local rivals Irvine to Lochshore for a West Div.1 game. A bitterly cold East wind blew towards Kilbirnie which had a significant effect on the match. After a minute’s silence in memory of the tragic passing of a

  Garnock Well Beaten Garnock travelled to Maybole to play Carrick Rugby in their West Division 1 encounter. They kicked-off in dismal but dry conditions overhead but muddy underfoot. Play swung from end to end for the first few minutes while the sides adapted to the conditions. It was the

Garnock Go Top As reported by Tom Dickson. Last Saturday Garnock travelled the short distance to take on Greenock Wanderers at Fort Matilda. The weather was wet and windy and not conducive to handling rugby. In fact, for the first 10 minutes of the game it was not what the

Garnock Come Alive Reported by Tom Dickson. Having had no competitive rugby since mid-November, Garnock took the first half to run off any sign of rustiness before revealing how good they can be when they are on song. Last Saturday’s game against Stewartry of Castle Douglas was played in cold