Entries by Dylan Turnbull

CORONAVIRUS (CONVID-19)- UPDATE

Clubhouse and Gym closed from 21.03.2020 until further notice A further message from SRU has been issued which states that the Domestic Rugby Season has finished. Decisions will be made during the coming weeks in how the final standings will be made. We may or may not be promoted, hopefully the former. SEE SRU website […]

WEST OF SCOTLAND 16 v LASSWADE 41

Try bonus in the bag by half time! BY RICHARD PAYNE With Storm Dennis wiping out fixtures elsewhere West’s all-weather pitch saved the day albeit that the wind, the cold and the rain made for a slightly error-strewn game for both sides. West are hovering just above the relegation trio while Lasswade are at the […]

Ladies Day 2020 – POSTPONED

Sadly, after some consideration we have decided to postpone Ladies Day due to variables out with our control – particularly the ongoing affect of coronavirus on sport and gatherings. LD will now be held on 25 April, when Lasswade play Caithness on the last day of the season. We felt that this gives enough time […]

HILLHEAD JORDANHILL 13 LASSWADE 19

A solid if slightly nail-biting win with the bonus try frustratingly close. By Richard Payne. With seven wins (including away to Ardrossan) and a home draw (against Berwick) from fourteen, Hillhead were sitting plumb in the middle of the table like a banana skin for any visiting team. Lasswade needed to dig further into its […]

National League Cup Quarter Final – Sat 3pm

This Saturday we host Peebles 1st XV in the National League Cup Quarter Final with a 3pm kick off. We will be hosting our pre match lunch. £20 a ticket with 3 courses and entry to the game. 1pm meet for a 1:30pm seat. Message the page or speak to Billy Knowles if you fancy […]

A whole team performance sends Wanderers home empty-handed

To kick off the second half of the League programme, this was a proverbial eight-pointer game. Wanderers travelled to Hawthornden as League leaders and nine points clear of Lasswade albeit partly due to having played one more game. A simple win would stretch that to 13 points while a home win would keep Greenock, and […]