Last Saturday the seconds – supported by FIRST XV and rugbystuff.com – played Selkirk 2nds in the Border 2ndXV Cup at Hay Lodge a strong Selkirk side won by 41 – 15 after a purple patch in the second half but the seconds players stepped up to the plate to play their part in an entertaining afternoon’s sport when new boy Pascal completed the scoring with a try.
The Colts – supported by BARC – travelled down to Hawick to play the Wanderers in the Borders Plate and won a tight game 10 – 8 going forward to the semi-final.
Tonight the Colts – supported by BARC - are on the road again in the semi-final of the Borders Plate where they play Kelso ‘Quins under the floodlights at Poynder Park.. All support will be welcome for this important fixture for the Colts – kick-off is at 7:30 pm.
Tomorrow Glenrath Farm Eggs sponsored Peebles play Hillhead –Jordanhill in RBS Premier C in what will be a vital fixture for the visitors who still have a good chance of making the top 4 at the end of the season and if the corresponding fixture in the autumn is anything to go by we can look forward to a feisty and entertaining match at the Gytes – kick-off is 3:00pm. The match is sponsored by Glenrath Farms. Pitchside catering will be courtesy of Thomson’s Snack Van with their usual varied menu.
Tonight there will be a quiz night in the Eastgate Clubrooms when teams of 4 will have their mental abilities put to the test – courtesy of quizmaster and question-setter Davy Cornwall. All proceeds from the night will go to Motor Neurone Charities.
Tomorrow is the grand finale of the RBS Six Nations and all three matches will be shown in the Eastgate Clubrooms on the big screen starting with the Italy v Scotland game from Rome which has a 12:30 kick-off. The matches will be rounded off with a ‘Jim Currie games session’. Later in the evening there will be a St Patrick’s Day disco at 9:00pm.
On Sunday in the Eastgate Clubrooms at 2:00pm Peebles Concert Band is presenting a concert for children aged 1 - 12 years. It's called KIDS FOR A QUID because that's the price of a ticket - £1.00. Adults may come along but they must be accompanied by a responsible child !! (That just means really young ones must be with their mum and/or dad )
Tickets may be bought at the door. Also on the bill we have the Junior Band playing a short programme and this will be followed by "HAVE A GO" when anyone can have a go at playing one of the spare instruments on display. Who knows what hidden talent might be out there !
On Saturday 31st March Peebles RFC is holding a ‘Take Me Out’ night starting at 7:00pm followed by a disco.
On Sunday 13th May David Swan, wife Jennifer-Anne and a large group of family and friends will be tackling the 22km of the John Buchan Way from Broughton to Peebles on a sponsored walk to raise funds for Alzheimers Scotland in recognition of the support given by the organization when Jennifer-Anne’s father Jimmy Marshall suffered from the disease. Members are asked to support this very worthy cause either by taking part or by sponsoring those who are taking part. Contact David Swan on 07976774279 or email at [email protected].