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Christmas Events at West

24/11/2015 : As the festive season fast approaches there are a couple of event dates worth noting…

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Weekend results

23/11/2015 : The 1st XV had a good home win against Haddington by 16- 11.  Full match report…

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West Welcomes New Players of All Ages and Ability

West welcomes players of all ages, regardless of gender, from Micros (pre-school), through Minis (P1-P7) and Youth (S1-U16), to U18s, Seniors and Bulls (veterans).  For further details, please visit our Junior or Senior pages, via the links above, or by contacting Millan Browne, West Rugby Development Manager, at millanbrowne@hotmail.com.

Junior & Senior Membership/Registration for Season 2015-2016 OPEN

Junior Registration & Membership

Junior player and Junior family registrations for the 2015-2016 season is now open.  For further details on Junior rugby and membership at West, please click HERE.

To go directly to the Junior Membership and Registration form, please click HERE. A mobile/tablet optimised version is available HERE.

Senior Membership

Senior memberships for the 2015-2016 season, for both playing and non-playing members, can be made by completing the Senior Membership Form HERE. A mobile/tablet optimised version is available HERE.

Senior players should also complete the downloadable Player Registration Form, available HERE.


SRU Launch RugbyRight

Scottish Rugby has launched a new online training course, RugbyRight, which replaces the RugbyReady practical course for season 2015-16. The e-learning course includes modules on player welfare, safe coaching practice and law updates.

The online course is now live and has been created on a new online platform, which every coach, teacher and referee in Scotland will have access to, by clicking https://scottishrugbytraining.litmos.com/self-signup/, using the access code RR15-16. There is also an Apple, Android and Windows mobile app available called Litmos.

For coaches and teachers who are new to the game, and would benefit from a practical workshop, Scottish Rugby has developed a new Start Rugby workshop. These workshops have been organised in each region, with further info available here (http://www.scottishrugby.org/start-rugby-coaching)

For those interested in becoming a referee, please visit  http://www.scottishrugby.org/get-involved/referee for further information.

In line with policy, all coaches, teachers and referees will be required to complete the RugbyRight online course before the end of October 2015.


Well done to all S2/U16/U18 players tonight. Great numbers 39 players attended first night of New Rugby Development Programme session at West of Scotland. Keep up the good work boys and see you all next week!!!