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Trish Wallace

Trish Wallace

We are having a Race Night on Saturday 25th March 2017 at Beith Community Centre at 7.00pm. Tickets £5 each or £12 for a family ticket. Children welcome until 9.30pm (ish) when the racing ends. There will be a bar, bite to eat and disco. See any committee member for

Our Child Protection Officer is Anne McNerlin - 01505 503779 or 077198 56788 or anne.mcnerlin@hotmail.com Please follow link below to our Child Protection Policy - http://www.scottishrugby.org/values/child-protection

  Cheque presented by Club President Ronald Stalker.

Following a pitch inspection today’s game at Kilmarnock is ON. 2.00pm kick off, why not come down early to Bellsland and support the U18s who kick off at 12.30.

This Saturday, 7th January, the 1st XV continue their league campaign with a home fixture against Irvine. It would be great to see a big crowd down to support the boys against their Ayrshire rivals.

Here is a list of prize winners from yesterday:   Jamie Holmes – £1,000 cash (Garnock Rugby Club) Robert Simpson – Hilton night for 2 (Fran and Andy King) Scott Gourlay – case of spirits (Front of Bus) Kim Ferguson – Garnock merchandise (Fusion Sportswear) Lolly (c/o Butch) – meal

Rory Walker (24) and his 17 year old brother Keir played with the Co-Optimists today in 41-41 draw against Heriots. Keir scored a try. Club coach Gavin Blackburn also coached the forwards

Meeting at 1.00pm at Lochshore.  Juniors welcome to join in first 20 minutes of game before the ‘serious’ stuff.   Please remember to return your raffle tickets and money to Ronnie Stalker or Andy King either on the day or beforehand.   Looking forward to seeing friends old and new

Raffle tickets have now been distributed.  If you haven’t received any please contact Andy King (07776 242497).   Ticket stubs and monies should be returned to Andy too.

Garnock Topple League Leaders (written by Allan McTaggart) Last Saturday Garnock welcomed East Kilbride to Lochshore on a dull afternoon. Both teams had unexpectedly lost the previous weekend but this time the home side eventually just came out on top by 13-8. With Fraser Miller, David Miller and Callum Harris