Linlithgow RFC Micros – the “Wee Reds”
The Club runs Micro rugby, with squads at P1, P2 and P3 levels. Some Mini fixtures also involve P3 “matches” and coaches will notify parents / carers when this is happening.
Guide for Parents
The Club has put together a comprehensive guide and information pack for parents covering both Mini and Micro Rugby at Linlithgow.
The information in the pack, which can be downloaded by clicking on the image on the left, includes sections on coaches, training; home games; away games; tournaments; rugby kit; protective equipment; weather permitting; transport; parking; food and hospitality; administration; medical conditions; lost property; parents’ involvement.
It also covers the general Code of Conduct for players, coaches, supporters etc and lists the law variations for the different age groups in Mini and Micro rugby.
Scroll down the page for match reports and features from the Micros.
Here are the fixtures for this season for the Wee Reds:
Wee Reds Micro Tournament
Sunday 26 March 2017
The sun shone down upon us today as our Micros welcomed teams from East Kilbride, Lasswade, Livingston, Penicuik, Forresters, Boroughmuir and Edinburgh Accies. Everyone got involved in the games and it was wonderful to see so many young people out enjoying their rugby this morning.
Thanks very much to all of the parents for giving us such a good turn out – especially as it was Mothers’ Day!
Special thanks to all of you who helped on the barbecue, cafe, tuck shop and clean up crew, it was terrific to have so many helpers to make the day go with a swing. And extra-special thanks to our excellent Micros coaches who helped and encouraged the kids from all clubs to ensure maximum fun and participation in every game – and all while coping with last minute fixture changes with effortless good humour!
And of course a very special thank you to our two sponsors – CBS Consulting and Springfords Chartered Accountants.
The kids played really well with excellent sportsmanship and they may be excited to know that they were being watched not only by Edinburgh mascot Flinty McStag but by two ex Scotland Internationals who were impressed by what they saw.
I hope you all made the most of what remained of Mothers’ Day and that all the kids enjoyed the tournament and are justly proud of their medals! If you have any more photos of the day, please feel free to send them to email@example.com and we’ll add them to this website.