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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.

Our Annual Dinner Dance will be held on Saturday 2nd June 2018 at St Mirren Football Club, Paisley. Tickets cost £30 each, please let us know how many you want.  We have more table availability this year and it would be great to see a good turn out from the

  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

Overs and Unders at Lochshore tomorrow 2nd January 2018. Meet at 1.00pm, kick off 2.00pm.  Come along for a game or just to watch.  Bring the family with you – everyone welcome.   Raffle tickets and money to be returned to Eglinton after game.   All the best for 2018!!

Due to ground conditions, today’s game against Annan is OFF.

£1,000 – Garnock Rugby Club Night for two in Glasgow Hilton (B&B) – Fran and Andy King Case of spirits – Front of the Bus Table for 5 at Garnock Hospitality season 18/19 – Garnock Rugby Club Garnock Merchandise -Fusion Sportswear (Sandy and Katy Service) £50 Braehead voucher – Junior

Annual Curry Night is on Saturday 2nd December.  Bus leaves Eglinton at 6.30pm.

Garnock Go One Over the Eight (Reported by Tom Dickson) Garnock travelled to Cambuslang to take on the local club in their quest for league points and to establish themselves as promotion candidates. Missing a couple of regulars, Coach McDonald elected to include some young club members on the field