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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

On a sunny afternoon the U15 team took to the field with a game plan. Defend well, tackle, tackle and don’t leave anything on the pitch.   We faced a strong and well  structured ‎side who are placed a tier above ourselves and would have seen themselves as strong favourites.

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,

We are looking for volunteer coaches for our junior section – full SRU training will be given. This is a great opportunity, particularly if you have a child who is interested in rugby as it lets you become part of the club in a very important role and progress through

GAME OFF East Kilbride’s pitch is waterlogged.

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

Big game tomorrow when we take on Allan Glens at Lochshore – 3.00pm kick off. Hopefully the weather will be a lot kinder than of late – see you there to support our lads.

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

North Ayrshire derby against Irvine on Saturday 17th at Lochshore.