Independence Day At Grangemouth

Grangemouth Stags Celebrate Independence Day With Touch Rugby Tournament & Family Fun

Grangemouth Stags are pleased to announce their annual touch rugby tournament and family fun day on Saturday July 4th 2009.

As it is the 4th of July the theme this year is Independence Day. Take part in the all American celebration with us at Grangemouth rugby club, Glensburgh, Grangemouth.

The day begins at 12:00pm with team registration. All Teams should be mixed gender with up to 10 players per team at £5 per person which includes free and night time entertainment burger (U16’s go free with no free burger).

The evening entertainment theme moves to the American state of Hawaii for a Luau, Karaoke/Disco 7 until late.

Grangemouth Stags are proud to supporting SANDS Forth Valley for 2009 and will be holding various fund raising activities for the club and SANDS with fantastic prizes throughout the day.

Event Schedule
Touch tournament 12:30pm
Final 3:30pm
Prize Giving 4:00pm
With ongoing entertainment throughout the day and night.

Dog Handling Display 3:00pm
Bouncy Castle 2pm till 6:00pm
Face Painting 1pm till 4:00pm
Assault Course 1pm till 4:00pm
British Lions v South Africa, 3rd Test, 4:00pm (recorded but don’t worry, we will not let anyone tell you the result!)

  • Touch Rugby is a minimal contact recreational sport that is about playing the game on the field and also the social atmosphere afterwards. Touch Rugby is a fast moving minimal contact evasive game that is played throughout the world by men and women of all ages and skill levels.
  • Touch Rugby is a fun game for the local park or even the beach, it is easy to learn and a great way to get in shape.
  • Grangemouth Rugby Club was established in 1929, Glensburgh, Grangemouth.
  • Sands is a national Charity, Established by bereaved parents in 1981.
  • The Charity can offer you support when your baby dies during pregnancy or after birth. 

The 3 key aims of this charity are to:

  • Support anyone affected by the death of a baby
  • To work in partnership with health professionals to improve the quality of care and services offered to bereaved families
  • To promote research and changes in practice that could help to
    reduce the loss of babies' lives