Subscriptions are due!
Written by Raymond Mann   
Friday, 13 June 2014

Subscriptions are due! 

At the AGM the members agreed to increase the subscriptions, the first time for 5 years. The subscriptions are now due and the treasurer would appreciate early payment.

In order that the club has the correct information all members, when renewing their subscription, must complete an application form.

Different information is required for the various classes of membership and to simplify the process four different forms have been produced.

These are detailed below. Please select the correct one complete it and send to the address on the form or hand in to the bar.

Playing Membership - to be used by all adult playing members male and female. This form now gives the opportunity to pay by instalments over 5 months or to pay membership and home match fees by monthly standing order

Non Playing Membership - As it says to be used by all non playing members

Youth Membership - To be used by all youth grade members - U18, U16, U15, U14, U13  and P1 to P7 Wee Blues

Family Membership - Available to families where the parent or parents and all playing youth members wish to be members.

Raymond Mann - Membership Secretary

S1/2 Awards and Fun Day - 25th May 2014
Written by James Shaw   
Wednesday, 28 May 2014

The S1/2 juggernaut of a season was due to continue into June; however, call-offs from other teams meant that the season came to an end this week.  In a repeat of last year's mixed touch rugby tournament the sun came out (as well as a little bit of rain) which allowed parents, coaches, players, brothers, sisters and friends to tread the hallowed Beveridge Park turf in pursuit of victory.  The key to the day was fun and so it proved to be.



Soroptimists' Charity Match - Photos
Written by Ken Dunn   
Sunday, 25 May 2014

Photos from Soroptimists' Charity Match courtesy of Ken Dunn



Notice of AGM
Written by Derek Harper   
Wednesday, 07 May 2014
The AGM of Kirkcaldy Rugby Football Club will be held in the clubrooms, Beveridge Park, on Wednesday 28th May 2014, at 8.00pm. Motions to be discussed at the AGM require to be sent to the secretary by 21st May 2014
D W Harper, Secretary to KRFC
Cossack Sword - Matt Harvey voted Players Player of the Year
Written by Raymond Mann   
Sunday, 04 May 2014

Former Kirkcaldy player and now with the Royal Navy, Matt Harvey has been awarded the Cossack Sword in his first season of representative rugby. Matt was voted by the Senior XV squad as the player's player of the year. Full story is available here .

Matt was also selected to play for the Navy in the annual Army v Navy match at Twickenham yesterday before a sell out crowd of 80,000 fans - a record for the amateur game. The Army won 30-17

The game was shown of Sky Sport 2 live and should be available on catch up

For the first time since former Selector, Captain Leigh Merrick, presented it to the Royal Navy Rugby Union, a player has won the Cossack Sword in his first season of representative rugby.  Matt Harvey was voted by the Senior XV squad as the player’s player of the year and succeeds Dom Taylor as the Cossack Sword holder.  The Cossack Sword was presented to the Royal Navy Rugby Union by former player and selector, Leigh Merrick and first awarded in 2000.  The sword is for “Ground Gained and Held” and is awarded at the end of each season to the player, from the Royal Navy Senior XV, whose performances over the course of the season best meet the battling qualities invoked by the heritage of the “Cossack Warrior”. - See more at:
Kirkcaldy Community Sevens
Written by Ian Gray   
Saturday, 26 April 2014

Kirkcaldy held their now annual and first Legacy Community Sevens Tournament last Saturday sponsored by Digby Brown Solicitors. There were actually three events –  Men,  Ladies and Colts.

Before the Tournament started Kevin Moon and Tom Morgan of Raith Rovers appeared with the Ramsden Cup to give a great photo opportunity for the kids and adults alike. (Heather Bonner was in such a state of excitement that we had to calm her down!) Also we had a minutes silent for the death of Graeme Christie who passed away on the morning of the Tournament.

The Tournament was well attended and the weather was blustery but dry and sunny As well as the rugby there was the Condies village which consisted of a Tombola Stall, Face painting and a refreshments tent. There was the usual hamburger stall run by Jimmy Bonner and Guy Brewer while in the clubhouse there was Cake and candy and a stall set up by Digby Brown giving away a whole variety of goodies for the children.

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