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Senior Men (1st XV)

  • Men’s 1XV v Murrayfield Wanderers | Match Report

    Senior Men (1st XV) | 8th Nov 2023

    Stewartry RFC recorded their biggest win of the season with a 69-14 win over Muarryfield Wanderers in Edinburgh. The Blacks travelled to the capital looking to get back to winning away after narrowly missing out against Whitecraigs at home the weekend before. Sandy Currie’s men emphatically bounced back, scoring 10 tries against the Wanderers and […]

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  • Men’s 1XV v North Berwick | Match Report

    Senior Men (1st XV) | 23rd Oct 2023

    Stewartry RFC fought hard to earn their first victory in three games with a 27-10 win over North Berwick at Greenlaw. The win sees the Blacks climb two places into 5th in the Scottish National 4 table and record points on the board for the first time since the middle of September. On the balance […]

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  • Men’s 1XV v Greenock Wanderers | Match Report

    Senior Men (1st XV) | 18th Sep 2023

    It was a momentous weekend for Stewartry Rugby Club as on Saturday, September 16th the Men’s 1XV, 2XV and Women’s 1XV all played side by side at Greenlaw for the first time in their 53-year history. The Men’s 1XV made it three wins from three this season with a comfortable 67-17 win against Greenock Wanderers […]

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  • Men’s 1st XV v Strathmore | Match Report

    Senior Men (1st XV) | 4th Sep 2023

    Stewartry RFC kicked off life in the newly-formed National 4 with a well-fought win over Strathmore at Greenlaw. Flyhalf John Picken slotted a penalty in overtime to steal the game and secure a 30-29 victory. It was the away side that started the stronger, putting Stewartry under pressure at the breakdown and winning a penalty […]

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  • Men’s 1XV v Dumfries Saints | Match Report

    Senior Men (1st XV) | 22nd Aug 2023

    Last Thursday, August 17th, Stewartry Men’s 1st XV welcomed local rivals Dumfries Saints to Greenlaw for a pre-season fixture. The game was divided into three 30-minute sections, with the first 30 being played as something of a warmup, to allow fringe players to have a runout and coaches to experiment with new ideas. The following […]

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