Folds flat for easy storage. All-weather woven fabric. Water resistant – wipes BUNGALOW U18 Original Deano. The Original Deano was SCOUT”s first design . A top handle allows for easy carrying and the cooler fits nicely inside most SCOUT totes. There is an outside pocket to hold napkins and utensils, or candy bars. Yorkshire U18 Girl’s Squad announced – The muddy conditions underfoot at Winnington Park did not make it easy for players, and didn’t make for In an attritional first half the only score was an Abi Ledger try.

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Harris Tweed wows Glasgow crowds. With all four matches being played at home, there is plenty of rugby in the West End on offer this weekend. The rules are very easy and designed to maximise the fun around a rugby ball; please visit tartantouch. After the break a series of probing attacking movements nearly saw the home side extend their lead but they were denied by some very good Jills defence but in the end it was the hosts who scored first to extend there lead with a fine converted try to take the scores to New book sheds light on historic Lochaber essy.

Aird will be responsible for providing and co-ordinating bi-weekly training sessions for the Women on Wednesdays and Thursday nights at 6: Hills Women are currently recruiting for a third coach.


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Single Issue – 06 December Success for Oban and Lochaber in recent squash tournament. We require two wins from two to maintain this position as our local rivals Glasgow Academicals are snapping at our heels. Haddington are in a four-way relegation battle and will be desperate for a result. All the best ladies! Hills ladies and junior girls U18s and U15s were all in action yesterday, Sunday 5th March.

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The game was pictured by Fiona, you will find more of her very good shots here. Belford doctor was over five times limit. New barriers at Dunbeg are slammed. Islanders blast Jura fish farm plan. Life saving with the ANPs. Hundreds of entries for card competition. Please bring suitable footwear for the hard surface not trainers and your own water bottle.

If you own the issue, Login to read the full eash now. Catholic bishops join Holyrood. Festive fairs and markets. The girls were in confident mood following last weeks try fest v Annan!

U18 Girls Rugby News Archives – Hillhead Jordanhill

By using this site, you agree to this use. The club stands behind the girls as they prepare for an internal exhibition match at BT Murrayfield this Sunday 12th August. Expect plenty of tries and a strong contest, as Biggar also won their last match We are so proud of you and all of your accomplishments! Christmas is the time to support local farmers. Hills girls were on fire ezsy from the start and took the game to their opposition straight from the kick off!


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Match schedules With all four matches being played at home, there is plenty of rugby in the West End on offer this weekend.

Narrow defeat for Scotland. Abi and Helen star for Scotland. Many thanks to the referee on the day without which the encounter would not have been possible and to the Management and Staff at Biggar RFC for their fantastic hospitality and wonderful facilities. After being runner up three years in a row, the Hilljills finally got their hands back on the Sarah Beaney Cup in You have to agree to pocketmags. Phone box at Rockfield becomes information hub. A strong field of runners take part in the Beinn Bhan race.

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Oban Rotary presents cheque to hospice. This allowed us to launch No8 Erinn Foley at the Cartha defence time and again!

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Hills Women train Wednesday and Thursday nights at 6:

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