Weekly Junior Information for 12 November

Weekly Junior Information for 12 November

 

BLUF:

  • Youth training at Falkirk from 11 to 12.
  • Juniors away to Dunfermline 10:30 meet at McKane Park (KY12 7XA) Lime kilns Road, Dunfermline.
  • Please check out our Clubs’s Facebook pages under Hillfoots Rugby Football Club, Hillfoots Youth and the Hillfoots Junior RFC Supporters where you will get all of our team information and which means that you can send us a message too!  We also tweet as Hillfoots RFC – so please do get in touch!
 

Scotland v Samoa

Firstly, many congratulations to former Hillfoots player Jamie Bhatti, who has been named on the bench amongst four uncapped players…  Here’s hoping he sees some action! We’ll all be rooting for you back at the Club.  So come down to the Club to watch it and then stay on to listen to Kieran Fischer Live from 5pm!

If you are attending the match, please note the ‘small bags’ policy:

Scottish Rugby has introduced a ‘small bags only’ policy for international matches at BT Murrayfield. Supporters will only be allowed to bring in bags up to A5 size – equivalent to a small clutch bag. This new policy has not been put in place in response to any specific threats, rather it is a result of our on-going review of security, with the aim of keeping BT Murrayfield as safe and enjoyable an environment as possible for everyone. There are exceptions to this rule for spectators who require to carry bags for health reasons, including parents with young children who require to carry medical/dietary items. If you need to carry bags larger than A5 size please email us now at [email protected]  to arrange for appropriate access.

 

Last week at Hillfoots

All our players braved the cold the weather  this weekend at Hillfoots.  I floated between all the age groups training on Sunday and was delighted to see the number of dynamic rugby players out on the pitches and innovative coaching.

On Tuesday the youth squad came along for some pad-work and “animal walks” conditioning.  The boys are being stretched and were challenged to hardest exercise on offer with many of the boys almost completing it!  It was impressive as I regarded it difficult to perform. I aim to develop the boys’ flexibility and body awareness along with their balance and co-ordination – bodes well for some strong performances in matches in the future.
 

Barry
 

Dates for the Diary:

November:

26th Juniors away to Strathendrick 

10th of December marks the beginning of indoor Training at Alva Academy  

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