We’ve got an action packed Super Saturday in store as we welcome Yorkshire Carnegie to the Athletic Ground for the return of Greene King IPA Championship action.
The Scots currently sit fifth in the table and face Bryan Redpath’s side who occupy second place and have lost just once so far this season.
This match last year was one of the most dramatic seen in recent times at the Athletic Ground. Scottish trailed 8-20 with just 10 minutes remaining but two late tries and two touchline conversions from Peter Lydon gave his side what was a memorable 22-20 victory.
Mac The Lion Is Back!
London Scottish have teamed up with Tunnock’s and created a brand new mascot to bring joy and excitement to young and old! Mac will feature at all match days bringing energy, crowd challenges and of course big celebrations for those try scoring moments.
Keep your eyes out for the return of Mac ahead of the 14:00 kick-off, and tweet us your pictures with him using the hashtag #MacIsBack.
Whilst also enhancing the match day experience with music after tries and penalties to create a better atmosphere, we will have Cody Spicer playing live music from 13:30 during the warm-ups as the crowd arrives to the main stand.
Guard of Honour:
Members of the mini’s will be forming the guard of honour as the Scots enter the pitch before the match, and also be playing matches at half-time. Watch out for their flags and cheer the team on to the pitch ahead of a huge challenge!
We are delighted to offer London Welsh Season Ticket Holders free entry in to this match as a one-off deal. London Scottish will welcome our neighbours from Old Deer Park to watch Championship Rugby this weekend.
Please note the Burns Supper has been postponed and will NOT take place in the Members Bar after the match. The re-arranged date is Friday 24th February, head to the events page by clicking here. for full information on how to book.
Stay tuned to the London Scottish Twitter @LSFCOfficial to hear the team announcement from midday tomorrow. Peter Richards’ side will be named and there will be match previews as the team look ahead to their first fixture since 13th January after last week’s postponement.
This week’s 52-page match programme features an exclusive interview with Danny Kenny. The Irishman has played in 16 of the 18 matches so far this season and outlines his goals for the remainder of the campaign. Inside the £3 edition there are also updates on the amateurs and academy, as well as a look in to how the Community Team have been getting on.
Tickets are still available for this match but forecasts suggest a big crowd so we could advise booking online to avoid queues on the day!