Posts In Category

Junior News

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.

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

What a difference from the beginning of the season until today. This is the 3rd time we have played Strathaven. In the previous two games we were well beaten but improving as we went. Today we were 19-19 with 3 minutes to go. The final score was 19-31 but the

The club has a Child Protection Officer, Anne McNerlin and an Assistant CPO, Trish Wallace.  If you have any concerns regarding any child please contact one of them.  Garnock Rugby Club adhere to the SRU Child Protection Policy. All coaches have completed Rugby Right which includes Child Protection training.  

Micro Match Report 8/10/17 We played the Waysiders Drumpellier who brought 11 children and we had 7. We played 9 a side. The children are starting to develop a good awareness of space and using the full width of the field. They are passing well and managed to score a

This season we have four U16 boys on-loan at Kilmarnock.  All four pictured played in today’s impressive performance against Loch Lomond with the team winning 62-29.  Among the try scorers were Liam with two and Harry with four.   Pictured (L to R) – Liam Morrison  (no. 8), Harry Travers

On a sunny day in Cumbernauld we pitched up to face Cumbernauld/Bannockburn. They only had 8 players and couple of our boys volunteered to play for them. In the usual Garnock way it took the boys time to get going but once they did they played some great team rugby.

U13/14 training starts back this Sunday(13th) – 1.00pm-2.15pm and Wednesday evening 7.00pm-8.15pm

Ladies Watch found at Dinner Dance – contact Andy King if you have lost one.