Linlithgow Rugby’s Memories Club extends an open invitation both to Club Members and members from other clubs to come along to our monthly meetings or to our monthly walking rugby sessions. Our programme for the season is shown at the top of this page.
Memories Group Makes National Press
The Linlithgow Memories’ Group was featured in an article in the Sunday Times – click here to see a copy of the article and the relevant extract.
On Monday 24 June, black bitch Hugh McCann entertained the group with reminiscences about his life in football – you’ll be able to read more on this later this week, as our Ace Reporter Hamish was on hand to capture the key points.
The Memories’ Group now moves into the Summer Recess and, with a full programme planned for next season, resumes on Monday 30 September with former Scotland Grand Slam star Sean Lineen.
Photo: David Gibson/Fotosport
Last month, Scottish Rugby’s first female President, Dee Bradbury, was the guest of the Memories Group. Our ace reporter Hamish McIntyre was on hand to pen a few words on Dee’s address to the group.
One of Scotland’s finest all-round sportsmen, Donald Ford, addressed the Rugby Club Memories’ Group recently.
The Memories’ Group welcomed Olympic athlete and Linlithgow resident, Frank Clement, on Monday 25 March. Frank enthralled the group – there were nearly 50 members present – with a talk on how he got into athletics together with an insight into the Olympic Games.
Linlithgow’s own Ken McKenzie was the speaker at Monday’s Memories’ Group. Once again, over 50 people remembered to turn up and were entertained by a very interesting and informative presentation from Ken.
Fifty people came along to the January Memories’ Club meeting to listen to former British Lions’ captain and Scotland Grand Slam winning team member Finlay Calder. In a thoroughly entertaining address, Fin demonstrated his continued passion for the game – he is currently Chairman of Stewarts Melville Rugby Club.
The Memories’ Club welcomed Stephen Gallacher as its guest speaker on Monday 26 November. Another big gathering of around 50 people attended to hear a fascinating insight to the world of professional golf. Big thanks to Stephen for giving up his time and giving such an entertaining talk.
Howard Haslett was October’s guest speaker at the monthly meeting of the Memories’ Club in the Mains Park Clubhouse and our intrepid journalist Hamish McIntyre was on hand to take some notes for the record.