Folds flat for easy storage. All-weather woven fabric. Water resistant – wipes BUNGALOW U18 Original Deano. The Original Deano was SCOUT”s first design . A top handle allows for easy carrying and the cooler fits nicely inside most SCOUT totes. There is an outside pocket to hold napkins and utensils, or candy bars. Yorkshire U18 Girl’s Squad announced – The muddy conditions underfoot at Winnington Park did not make it easy for players, and didn’t make for In an attritional first half the only score was an Abi Ledger try.
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This summer, The Hills will host abu at Hughenden of this very integrative and simplified non-contact version of Rugby. Derby win for Oban. Report from the Camanachd Association.
Hundreds abbi entries for card competition. Charities benefit from memorial fundraiser. Haddington are in a four-way relegation battle and will be desperate for a result. Oban firm wins RSPB innovation award. Anne, Chiara and Aimee provided a strong set piece platform with Juliet and Eve in the engine room! Oban chef needed TV subtitles for Americans. The girls were in confident mood following last weeks try fest v Annan!
Novel idea from Caol crime writer. Minis, junior and senior players will all mix in, and welcome any new comers to the game and the club. Drink driving warning eay festive period. Would you like to switch to your local site? A strong field of runners take part in the Beinn Bhan race.
Man issued threats to boss. Tonci, a capped Croatian International and Head Coach of the Croatian International Mens squad, will also have the responsibility of mentoring our Forwards pack. Success for Oban and Lochaber in recent squash tournament.
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By using this site, you agree to this use. Hills Women are currently recruiting for a third coach. Narrow defeat for Scotland.
His Majesty the Golden Eagle. He will provide weekly strength and conditioning sessions on Monday nights throughout the playing season. Life saving with the ANPs. More information will come following this announcement, stay tuned for details! The all important battle of the gain line once again proved vital and another period of sustained pressure saw Biggar dominate that area of the game and capitalise on a stretched Jills defence to score twice in succession with two unconverted tries!
Plans for more than houses in Upper Achintore.
Christmas is the time to support local farmers. Please bring suitable footwear for the hard surface not trainers and your own water bottle. New Iolaire exhibition opens in Sandwick hall. Deadline nears for Scots beef support scheme.
Lewis wind farm trust wins national award. The game was pictured by Fiona, you will find more of eaey very good shots here. This allowed us to launch No8 Erinn Foley at the Cartha defence time and again! Hills are nine points behind Gordonians, who play their last game on Saturday away. Argyll and Bute schools are given good report. Spring start for Glencoe bridge replacement work.
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Hills have already beaten Stirling County twice this season, including a thumping at home on a cold January Friday night, which has proved a popular night for rugby in the West End. Our opponents are Hamilton 3XV, who are second in the league, in what is expected to be a tight match. Fiuran Property launches Christmas charity giveaway. All level of ability is welcome — including those who have never picked up a ball before.
After a regroup Jills upped the ante and scored another 3 converted tries to end the match as victors, u1 a place in the final at Murrayfield on April 29th against Stirling county. Former Kirk Moderator regales Oban audience.
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Water treatment works completed. Council worker wins prestigious award. Strong running from the forwards and some dazzling back play saw the Hills blow Cartha away, scoring 8 tries in the process! Service to celebrate Christmas story. Puffer pub up for sale. Match schedules With all four matches being played at home, there is plenty of rugby in the West End on offer this weekend. Phone box at Rockfield becomes information hub.
Inveraray and District Accordion and Fiddle Club.