Everyone’s Game at Waysiders Drumpellier

Everyone’s Game at Waysiders Drumpellier

As part of the Everyone’s Game campaign, Waysiders Drumpellier RFC showed their support for Scotland from home at their club on Monday (30 Sept), with a youth touch rugby festival and match screening of Scotland v Samoa. BBC Radio Five Live went along to their event to interview players and club members ahead of Scotland’s second Rugby World Cup pool match. Here’s what went on at the club!

The youth players enjoyed a game of Tartan Touch before the Scotland match:

Flower of Scotland was played on the bagpipes during the training session:

Everyone cheered on Scotland!

A young player from the club was interviewed for BBC Radio 5 Live, listen to the broadcast HERE.

To find out about all the events taking place at a rugby club near you during the Rugby World Cup click HERE.

We are encouraging clubs to show us what they are up to during the Rugby World Cup 2019 by tagging us on Twitter @Scotlandteam using the hashtag #EveryonesGame.

Applications are still open for clubs, university teams and schools to apply for event support during the Rugby World Cup which includes printed resources, t-shirts, bunting, giveaways and social media promotion as well as Scottish Rugby staff support on the day. Find out more and apply.

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