Royal Bank RugbyForce Round-up

Royal Bank RugbyForce Round-up

Over the weekend, Scotland rugby players from across the various national squads, along with Scottish Rugby staff, visited ten clubs to lend a hand for their Royal Bank RugbyForce event and help bring in more support from club members and volunteers from the local community.

Royal Bank RugbyForce is a grassroots initiative run by Royal Bank of Scotland in association with Scottish Rugby. The programme is designed to help clubs up and down the country to attract and retain members, develop their facilities and make their club more sustainable for the future.

There was once again a great number of clubs sending in submissions for 2019, with over 140 clubs making an application. Of this number, eighteen clubs (including the two Hero Clubs) will receive a grant of £1,000 with a further 95 clubs receiving £250.

Take a look through some of the stand-out tweets from the weekend

Brechin RFC were shouting loud and proud to encourage members to come to the club for their event that Ross McCann and attended.

Howe of Fife RFC welcomed two Scotland Women stars to their event who joined in a Tartan Touch game and answered questions from players at the club.

The work will continue for Allan Glen's RFC as the rain put a dampner on some of the work they'd lined up to complete at their event.

Ellon Rugby had a good clear-out ahead of the season kicking off, with a BBQ to finish.

Scotland Women's players Rachel Malcolm and Sarah Bonar travelled to Stornoway to take part in their Rugbyforce event.

There was something for all the family at Loch Lomond RFC event with face painting, designing your own rugby ball, tartan touch games and more. Lana Skeldon and Megan Kennedy joined the fun at the club.


Check out more tweets and images from a brilliant weekend on the @RoyalBank_Rugby and @Scotlandteam accounts, and on the #RoyalBankRugbyForce hashtag.

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