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Robert Gordon University Rugby Football Club currently play in Scottish Uni’s league 2A on Wednesday afternoons. We train on a Monday at Woodside from 7:30pm-9:30pm. Our focus for every season is to win the league and get promoted as well as win the Scottish University Cup, as well as have fun playing rugby.    
In addition, our sponsor Paramount hosts us every Wednesday evening for a social after a game. This is a great opportunity to get to meet new people.    
We are a club where life long friends are made, everyone is friendly and easy to approach.

Committee:
President: Rory Riddell
Vice-President: Finley Thain
Treasurer: Euan Robertson
Captain: Thomas Urquhart  
Vice Captains: Jared White and Ross Greig
2nd XV Captain: Fraser Swanney  
Social Sec: Fraser Ellison  
Health: Jack Barnes 
Social Media: Robert Fox

Regular events include:
Granite City  
Christmas Dinner  
Cup Games  
League Games


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