Everyone's Game - Scotland v Japan
Everyone’s Game campaign continued at the weekend with clubs and schools across the country showing their support for Scotland as they faced Japan on Sunday. Here’s what went on across the regions...
The activities at Falkirk's family fun day included things such as a rugby assault course for all, mini games, face painting and various competitions across an action-packed day.
After the fun and games breakfast rolls were served in the clubhouse before watching Scotland v Japan in their Rugby World Cup group decider on the big screen.
Oban Lorne RFC
Oban Lorne RFC kicked off the morning with a Tartan Touch Rugby session before heading into the clubhouse to cheer on Scotland!
The club then got behind Oban Lorne Ladies as they took to the pitch against Glasgow University. Final score Oban Lorne 46 - 12 Glasgow University.
Musselburgh RFCMusselburgh RFC opened their clubhouse to members and the local community:
Boroughmuir Rugby Club
Boroughmuir youth players were invited to a special screening of the match by The Consul General of Japan and Mrs Yumi Takaoka at their Edinburgh residence.
Murrayfield Wanderers FC
Murrayfield Wanderers held a Tartan Touch session before watching Scotland v Japan:
Howe of Fife
Howe of Fife held a Sumo, Saki and Samurai open clubhouse to watch the game and presented competition winner Julia Baird with her signed Scotland shirt.
Howe Harlequins then welcomed Stewartry Sirens to Duffus Park for their Tennent's National Division 1 Match. Full time score 39 - 29.
Currie Chieftains mini section held a World Cup Touch Tournament with over 100 youth players taking part!
Dalkeith RFC opened their clubhouse to cheer on the team!
Annan RFC opened their clubhouse to the community to cheer on Scotland in their last pool fixture.
Annan Warriors then took on Broughton Ladies at Violetbank. Full time result 17-17.
Aberdeen Wanderers RFC
Aberdeen Wanderers welcomed supporters into their clubhouse:
Waysider's once agains had an extra busy clubhouse supporting Scotland in a tense game:
Hamilton Rugby Club
Hamilton Rugby Club opened their clubhouse to cheer on the team.
Bannockburn RFC opened their clubhouse for the fixture and announced their Cow Pat Challenge winners, raising over £1600 for their club!
Clubs all over the country will be showing the 2019 Rugby World Cup fixtures in their club houses, find a club near you and get involved!
We are encouraging clubs and schools to show us what they are up to during the Rugby World Cup 2019 by tagging us on Twitter @Scotlandteam using the hashtag #EveryonesGame.
Rugby is everyone’s game, and there is a game for everyone. Find out about all different types of rugby and at a level of competition that is right for you HERE - whether it’s 15-a-side game, casual touch rugby, volunteering or even just visiting your local rugby club our clubhouses are open to all!
Let the 2019 Rugby World Cup inspire you, your club and help bring your community and nation together.