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Sunday 20th September Paisley 0- 48 Garnock In perfect conditions for rugby, Paisley kicked off the match towards the car park end of the pitch. The kick was fielded by Alex Montgomery and Garnock began their first attack up field which ended up in a knock on giving a scrum to the

Garnock travelled to Wigtown to take on Newton Stewart in their latest quest for league points with a much depleted squad due to injuries and other commitments. With a couple of first team debutantes and several positional changes the outlook was not bright. The game started with Garnock kicking-off towards

Garnock Lose to Helensburgh Garnock played host to Helensburgh Rugby Club in their opening league game of 2015/16 on a sunny Saturday afternoon at Lochshore. Both clubs had suffered early exits from the Shield competition and were looking to kick-start their quest for league points. Helensburgh kicked-off but were immediately

Garnock travelled the short distance to take on Glasgow Accies at New Anniesland last Saturday in a Preliminary Round of the BT Regional Shield competition. After their pre-season preparations the Garnock coaches were looking forward to testing their squad against a side that inflicted two defeats on the valley fifteen

Garnock made the short trip to Braidholm to take on GHA 2s in their final preseason friendly. The squad saw the return of Rory Walker, Paul Johnston, Richard O’Neill and Davy Ramsey Miller however there were a number of absentees including Greg Matthew, Gavin Paul and Luke Wynn The game

Garnock Gear Up For New Season. Garnock played Paisley in the first of three friendly games to test the level of their squad’s fitness and ability prior to the start of season 2015/16. With nineteen squad members on show coaches Jared Reekie and Barry Fitzgerald had a good opportunity to

Lochshore was in pristine conditions last Saturday for the visit of a youthful Glasgow Accies side sitting near the top of the League table. Garnock had the best of the opening 10 minutes but had trouble winning lineouts, allowing the visitors to gain momentum. They forced a penalty in front of the

Garnock entertained relegated club Annan at Lochshore last Saturday in dry, blustery conditions. The reasonable crowd were hoping for an enjoyable match after the annual Sponsors Lunch. The home team, having only one change from the previous week with David Miller restored at lock, had the advantage of the breeze

Last Saturday Garnock welcomed their Helensburgh visitors from across the Clyde to Lochshore in pleasant spring-like conditions.This was a crucial relegation match for the home team, and they were boosted by starts from Rory Walker and burly centre Danny Irvine, though lacking a regular hooker due to injuries. Playing towards Kilbirnie,

Last Saturday the Garnock team travelled to the Bearyards in Bishopbriggs to take on Allan Glens in overcast and windy conditions. After heavy overnight rain the pitch was remarkably good and Garnock started brightly, with driving forward play, but unfortunately couldn’t make a breakthrough. Despite having the benefit of the strong