Saturday 21st October:
1st XV Ardrossan Accies v Gordonians RFC, 3pm KO
2nd XV Annan RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 3pm KO
Sunday 22nd October:
No games but all youth training is running at the normal times
A massive thanks to this weekend’s weekend sponsor, former player and president Willie Gibson for his support this year.
A massive thanks to this weekend’s match ball sponsor Danny McGreish for his support this year.
Friday 29th September:
P4 Glasgow Warriors pre match tournament
Saturday 30th September:
1st XV Haddington RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 3pm KO
2nd XV Ardrossan Accies v Whitecraigs RFC, 3pm KO
U18s Cambuslang RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO
Sunday 1st October:
Ladies Ardrossan Accies v Annan RFC, 2pm KO
U15s Ardrossan Accies v Bishopton RFC, KO TBC
U14s Cumbernauld RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO
U13s Hillhead/Jordanhill RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO
This weekend we have rugby at Memorial Field every day. With our U18s playing on Friday night, our 1st XV playing on Saturday and our U13s playing on Sunday. The 1st XV return after a good win away to Perthshire last weekend and look to keep their winning streak alive against an Orkney side that are bottom of the table. The game will kick off early to allow our visitors to get home for their ferry. All other fixtures are listed below:
Friday 22nd September
U18s Ardrossan Accies v Kilmarnock RFC, 7:30pm KO
Saturday 16th September:
1st XV Ardrossan Accies v Orkney RFC, 12:30pm KO
2nd XV Cumnock RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 3pm KO
Sunday 17th September:
Ladies Ardrossan Accies v Oban Lorne RFC, 2pm KO
U13s Ardrossan Accies v Loch Lomond RFC, 2pm KO
Rugby continues for most of our teams away from home this weekend. The 1st XV travel to Perthshire and will be hoping to build off of the momentum they gained last week. There is plenty of room for spectators on the team bus if any of the acciesfam want to come and cheer the boys on. For those that don’t want to make the journey then the 2nd XV are playing at home and as always the bar is open from 12:30pm.
On Sunday the Ladies play in their first ever league match away to Kelso. If anyone would like to travel to see that game, then contact Brian Reid or Shelagh Milligan for bus information.
Saturday 16th September:
1st XV Perthshire RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 3pm KO (Bus leaves Memorial Field, 11am)
2nd XV Ardrossan Accies v Lenzie RFC, 3pm KO
U18s Bishopton RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 12:30pm KO
Sunday 17th September:
Ladies Kelso RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO (Contact Shelagh Milligan for bus information)
U15s Strathaven RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO
U14s Birkmyre RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO
U13s Birkmyre RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO
Minis & Micros East Kilbride RFC v Cambuslang RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 10:30am KO
This weekend rugby is returning to Memorial Field in a big way. We have games across both Saturday and Sunday as our youth teams get back in to the action. If you are down to watch any of our games, then why not join us in the clubhouse after the final whistle and have a drink in our brand new bar. This weekend’s fixtures are.
Saturday 9th September:
1st XV Ardrossan Accies v Dalziel RFC, 3pm KO
U18s Stewartry RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 2pm KO
Sunday 10th September:
U15s Ardrossan Accies v Kilmarnock RFC, 2pm KO
U14s Ardrossan Accies v Kilmarnock RFC, 2pm KO
U13s Ardrossan Accies v Kilmarnock RFC, 2pm KO
Minis & Micros Kilmarnock RFC v Ardrossan Accies, 12:30pm KO
The club’s senior prizegiving will be taking place this Saturday from 6pm onwards in the lounge. There will be prizes for our 1st, 2nd and ladies XV’s so why not come down and celebrate with us.
As many of you may have noticed the bar is being completely refurbished and there are some exciting changes being made to improve it for all members. This project was dreamed up by our former vice president Tony Bale who sadly passed away last week after losing his battle with cancer.
The project has two main objectives that we are hoping to achieve. Firstly, we want to bring a focus back to all sections of the club and to bring everyone under one umbrella working to achieve one goal. If we all come together as a club and help improve the fabric of our clubhouse, then we will all benefit from it. Secondly, we want to give everyone a more modern bar that people will enjoy using.
Tony has kindly provided the money to transform the fabric of the lounge and to make the changes to the actual building. What we need to do is raise the money to replace all the furnishings in the bar because there’s no point in having a brand-new bar with old tables and chairs in it.
This is where we need your help, we’re asking for donations to help make this project a reality. Any donation big or small will go a long way to help us achieve our goals as a club.
We have several ways for people to get involved and to stake their claim on the club. We will be running events throughout the summer which will be announced in due course. There will be donation buckets around the club for any spare change that people might have and we have also set up a gofundme page so that people can donate money online. www.gofundme.com/ardrossan-accies-bar-refurbishment
At the end of the day, the only way we can make the club better is by doing it ourselves. The club doesn’t just belong to a team or a group of players; it doesn’t just belong to the people that sit on the committee, this club belongs to everyone that supports Ardrossan Accies because it’s #ourclub.
The bar is closed for refurbishment until Friday the 26th of May. The club will still be open for any training, matches or events however the member’s lounge will be shut.
The bar will be open from 5:30pm on Friday. So if you are getting the bus to the 95th dinner then why not pop into the club while you wait.