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David Perry

The senior preseason fixtures are as below. Kick off times will be confirmed nearer the date. Please check on the club Facebook page for updates 6th August GHA 2s away 13th August  Alloa away 18th August Paisley away

Notice is hereby issued that the Annual General Meeting of Garnock Rugby Club will take place on Monday 27th June at 7pm in the Eglinton Inn, Beith Any nominations for the General Committee should be submitted to the Secretary by Monday 13th June. These can be sent to davidperry99@gmail.com

Garnock Secure the Points and Safety (Reported by Tom Dickson) Lenzie Rugby Club were Garnock’s visitors at Lochshore on Saturday in their closing match of the BT West Division 1 season. On a glorious spring afternoon, Lenzie kicked off towards the whisky bonds. The kick went straight into touch giving

Garnock Win Comprehensively  Reported by Tom Dickson Garnock hosted Oban Lorne in their latest bid to escape the relegation zone of West division 1. The visitors had inflicted a 17 – 26 on Garnock in their last meeting but the home side were looking to reverse that result. This they

The club is saddened to hear of the death of Robin Johnston Robin was a founder committee member of Garnock, President from 1982 to 1984 and continued to support the club up to his death. The funeral is at 3 pm on 9th  May at Holmsford Bridge Crematorium Our thoughts are

HELENSBURGH  13   GARNOCK  21 Last Saturday Garnock travelled ‘doon ‘ the water for a crucial West Div 1 with fellow relegation candidates Helensburgh. The visitors had a strong squad and coach Gavin Blackburn was rewarded with four points after a gutsy performance. Rory Walker was reinstated to standoff,partnering his

The club is saddened to hear of the death of Sandy Boyd, one of the club’s founding players. His funeral is on the 26th April at 1.30 pm in the Dalry funeral parlour and 2.00 pm at Dalry cemetery.

Garnock in a One Point Game (Reported by Tom Dickson) Last Saturday Garnock hosted Kilmarnock Rugby Club in a “Double Header” rugby match. Not only were vital league points at stake but the winners would also take possession of the Brian Gilbert Memorial Trophy for the next year. The outcome

Garnock continue their battle to move up the league with a home fixture against local rivals Kilmarnock on Saturday 9th April. This sides will also be playing the annual fixture for the Brian Gilbert Memorial Trophy. It would be great to see a big crowd down to support the boys

Garnock’s Bonus (Reported by Tom Dickson) Garnock travelled to Cambuslang Rugby Club last Saturday to play fellow relegation strugglers for crucial points in their quest to climb away from bottom position. Garnock kicked off towards the clubhouse end of Coats Park in dry conditions and immediately drove towards the home