The run of four consecutive home games has come to an end. We’ve seen four excellent performances from the team, three wins and a bonus point loss against perhaps the strongest team in the league Newcastle Falcons last weekend. Very well done to all those involved. Now it’s time to hit the road.
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We travel to the Lady Bay this Friday 18th to play Nottingham, kick off 7:45pm. We beat them narrowly in the Cup game three weeks ago but they impressed in scoring 40 points in winning away from home in the Greene King IPA Championship last Saturday. The boys will need to be at their very best to prevail this week and would really benefit from your vocal support.
Amongst the several standout performers against the Falcons was Mark Bright. He played the full 80 minutes, helping to neutralise the international Falcons back row and was named Man of the Match by President Paul Burnell. At the age of 40+, Mark is the Scots longest serving player by some way and his contract is crowd funded.
If you’re travelling to our away fixtures and want to be wearing London Scottish kit, then why not head over to our online shop which has a wide range of merchandise.
Our next match at home is against Ampthill, who join us this year from National 1, on Saturday 26th October, kick off 3pm. They have adapted to Championship life quickly and scored a notable Cup win away to neighbours Bedford Blues. We look forward to a good turnout! To purchase tickets for this match, click HERE. Pre-match hospitality for this game is available, please click HERE to book.
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And now to some non-rugby matters:
LSFC Golf Section will be holding its autumn meeting on Friday 15th November at the Royal Mid-Surrey GC (RMS). Tee off from 12:00 allows a finishing time at sunset (16:12), to be at Richmond Athletic Ground in good time for our home match against Cornish Pirates (kick off 7.45pm). The green fee is £45, members of RMS do not pay a green fee. Please email Lance Quantrill at firstname.lastname@example.org to sign up. Entries must be in by 12:00 on Saturday 9th November.
Two organisations with whom we liaised in the Scots in the Great War project have requested our members’ support for their coming events :
As part of their tercentenary celebrations, Crown Court Church are holding a ceilidh in conjunction with St Columba’s Church on Saturday 19 October 2019 at 7:30 pm at St Columba’s Church hall, Pont Street SW1X 0BD. There will be dancing with the Frank Reid Scottish Dance Band and haggis, neeps and tatties will be served. Bring your own bottle.