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Hillfoots Rugby Football Club

Hillfoots Rugby Football Club

Together we are a strong and positive community club where rugby is enjoyed by all ages and abilities

A freakishly goulish Friday night is planned at the club 👻Join the ghosts of rugby players past featuring your best scary outfits for a dreadful night of fun and games 🎃Hope to see all you Gouls down for an exciting night💀☠️ ... See MoreSee Less
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Thank you to DNS Creative Design for sorting us out with our pitch side sponsor banners. As always, a massive shout out to all our sponsors for their support with the club. If you are interested in supporting the club with sponsorship, please contact: [email protected] ... See MoreSee Less
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Hot off the spooky press… our kids Halloween party is officially here ! 🎃Please join us on the 28th of October in your most goulish costumes for fun, games, dancing and treats 👻Afterwards we will be showing the World Cup final and we welcome you all to join us for that too 😁 ... See MoreSee Less
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Rugby isn’t just about the 80 minutes of game time or the training, it’s about having fun and making new friends. We are always looking for more people to join the Hillfoots team no experience is necessary please get in touch for more info 🐏 ... See MoreSee Less
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Hillfoots RFC 33 – 42 Panmure RFC Hillfoots welcomed an undefeated Panmure side who were looking to continue their strong start to the season. On the back of a great comeback win the previous week, ‘Foots were hoping to build on the momentum.Panmure started the brighter and scored two converted tries in the first ten minutes after some missed tackles allowed strong runners space to exploit.‘Foots responded almost instantly with Martin McNee going over in the corner after some great support play and offloading from the home side. The conversion from wide was missed.Head coach Graeme Simpson was forced into two early changes in the backline with Aidan Kerr and Fraser Christie both picking up injuries with only ten minutes played, meaning a slight rejig.Midway through the half, Ryan Butterworth got the second try for ‘Foots after dancing through the defence and going under the posts. Gregor Manson added the extras.The away side got the final say of the half with a converted try with the last play to go in leading 12-21 at the break.Captain Duncan Arthur darted through untouched between the sticks with the first attack of the half for an easy conversion.Panmure replied with a further three converted tries with ‘Foots struggling to string phases together.The hosts got a deserved bonus point try with Robert Hodge going over after a fine wide pass from Keith Slade before Cailean Baird-Chalmers went over after receiving an offload from Danny Cockroft following a jinking run. Manson converted both but it left ‘Foots nine points adrift with a final score of 33-42.Each team received two yellow cards each following accumulation of high tackles, allowing more space and contributing to the high score.Despite their yellow cards, Martin McNee and Danny Cockroft impressed for the backs with Paul Slade and Ducan Arthur standing out in the pack. Tim Hardie also had an impressive debut with sound scrummaging and direct running.Man of the match was awarded to Aaron Anderson who is having a terrific start to the season at hooker. Strong set piece and solid carrying throughout helped provide good platform for the backs.Simpson said post-match: “Saturday was another enormous challenge for the players. Once again, they didn’t step back at all and gave the league leaders pretty much everything we had. This group of players continues to get better with every performance and the fact we put 33 points on the top of the table speaks volumes to the group, and how hard they have worked to develop. A week off now to enjoy some well earned R & R an then come back to build towards Falkirk.”Hillfoots have a free weekend before travelling to bottom of the league, Falkirk 2nd XV, as they look to get back to their winning ways. ... See MoreSee Less
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