1. Charity Fundraiser at Kelso Game

    Help us fight MND and come out and support Aberdeen Rugby as we battle with Kelso on the 16th September.


    We have joined forces with The Euan Macdonald Centre to help raise awareness and cash support and we need your help. We have a number of events going on from 2.30 and we ask that you all get down early and support the cause.

    The Euan MacDonald Centre is a collaborative group of multi-disciplinary researchers who study MND using a broad range of disease models, approaches and health informatics. The aim is to understand MND and related neurological diseases at a cellular level and to implement strategies that will improve quality of life for patients.


  2. 2016-17 Club Awards

    The following awards were made at Friday night’s awards event held in the Aberdeen Boat Club:

    Colt of the Year: Craig Shepherd

    Young Player of the Year: Jake Gray

    Most Improved Player: Ross Anderson

    Best Half Back – Alan Mekie Trophy: Sam Knudson

    Top Try Scorer: Calum Ruxton

    Special Recognition: Khalid Elmanssor

    2XV Player of the Year: Ethan Murray

    Clubman of the Year: Colin Neilson

    Player of the Year: Grant Walker

    Players’ Player of the Year: Fergus McKenzie

    Many congratulations to these players and all those who made a contribution this season. Photos from the event are in the galleries.

  3. 2016-17 Awards Event

    The end of season awards night will be held at Aberdeen Boat Club on Friday 5 May, starting at 18:30.

    End of Season Awards

  4. Tour to Warsaw

    Anyone interested in attending the end of season tour to Warsaw last weekend of May 2017 should contact Mike Cox no later than 6 December to note interest and pay deposit of £100.


  5. Club Christmas Lunch

    Christmas Lunch 18 December 2016 – Venue Club Centre- noon kick off.  3 course Christmas Lunch.  Players/Coaches £15 a head, all others £20 per head.  Dress casual/festive.

    All playing and non-playing members names to Doug Russell.

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