Monday, 25 November 2013

Heston Rovers v Crichton

South Of Scotland League
Heston Rovers 3 Crichton 4
Palmerston Park Dumfries 3G

Saturday November 23rd 2013 2pm Kick Off 
Attendance 35 (Capacity 7,620)
Weather Cold And Dry +5
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A Fact
Heston Rovers Football Club are a Scottish senior football club who play their home games Palmerston Park [Dumfries]],home of Queen of the South FC. Heston are members of the South of Scotland Football League and D&G Youth Football development Association league also.
Although Heston Rovers F.C. were originally founded in 1978, as a youth side, the present senior club were formed in 2008 following an amalgamation with Glencaple-based Dumfries Football Club, who were already members of the South of Scotland Football League.
Furthermore, Dumfries F.C. itself was the result of an earlier merger in 2000, when Dumfries High School Former Pupils F.C. combined with Dumfries Amateurs F.C., to form Dumfries F.C. From Wikipedia

Hospital Park Dumfries

Hospital Park Dumfries
Crichton Football Club are a football club based in Dumfries in Scotland. The current incarnation of the club formed in 1972 as Auldgirth Football Club, they originally played in local amateur leagues, before adopting the new title of Blackwood Dynamos Football Club. They then changed their name once again in 1999, to reflect the fact that their ground where they play home matches is Crichton Hospital Park. They were originally going to adopt the title Crichton Royal Football Club, but never assumed the Royal part of the name. Their strip (uniform) colours are blue and white.
They currently compete in the South of Scotland Football League, which they joined in the 1992-93 season. They won the South of Scotland League Cup in the 2002-03 season.

Saturday, 23 November 2013

Goldenacre Rugby Ground Edinburgh

Goldenacre Rugby Ground Edinburgh
Pictures Taken Friday 29th November 2013
Goldenacre is home of Heriot's Rugby Club, also known as Heriot's FP, is one of Scotland's senior rugby football clubs in the Scottish Rugby Union, whose 1st XV play in the Scottish Premiership. The club's home is Goldenacre in Edinburgh.[1] The rugby club, founded in 1890, was originally intended for former pupils of George Heriot's School, but is now an open club, welcoming rugby fans of all levels.[1]
The club had a very successful season in 2008-09, winning the Scottish Cup and coming in as runners up in Scottish Permier 1 league, qualifying for the new British and Irish Cup. The club's second and third senior squads were also very successful, winning their respective leagues.
Player development starts with a highly successful Mini/Midi Section and moves onto the senior levels. The club has coaching staff that are very well respected in Scottish rugby. Heriot's Rugby club are the only Scottish club never to have been relegated from the first division.
The team had the surprising honour of having a player, Chris Fusaro, called for Scotland A for the recent IRB Nations Cup, in 2010. He was the only amateur player called and it was announced that he was joining Glasgow Warriors.[2] From Wikipedia 
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Monday, 18 November 2013

Dumfries Saints 24 Greenock Wanderers 36

Scottish Hydro Premiership Rugby Div Two
Dumfries Saints 24 Greenock Wanderers 36
Park Farm

Saturday November 16th 2013 2pm Kick Off 
Attendance 112
Weather Dry And Cold +7
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A Fact
Dumfries Rugby Football Club has been in existence for over 100 years. They  recently adopted the name of Dumfries Saints to reflect the link to Saint Michael and the town crest which has always been used by the club.