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Hillhead Jordanhill RFC

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This Week's Fixtures

LeagueSat 4th Oct1st XVPeebles Peebles15:00
LeagueSat 4th Oct2nd XVCurrie Hughenden15:00
LeagueSat 4th Oct2A XVHamilton 3rd XV Hughenden15:00
LeagueSun 5th OctLadiesWandies Hughenden14:00

Latest Results

First XV lose to Biggar at Biggar 7-19
Ladies lose to Melrose at Melrose 5-33

Hills 1st XV v BIggar Photos (27th September)

Posted: Mon 29th Sep 2014

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1st XV v Kelso Match Report

Posted: Sun 21st Sep 2014

The report for yesterday's match is now available from our match reports page

Hills 1st XV v Kelso (20th September) Photos

Posted: Sun 21st Sep 2014

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Hills 2nd XV vs Dumfries (6th September) Photos

Posted: Sun 21st Sep 2014

Formal Opening of the Fraser Stand

Posted: Thu 18th Sep 2014

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Prior to the start of the National League 1 game at Hughenden on the 6th September, the new Fraser stand was formally opened. Hon.President, Bernie Mitchell,welcomed members , guests and friend from Jedforest rugby Club to the dedication of the stand and noted that everyone at Hughenden should remember the grounds and Clubhouse were products of the efforts of the WW1 Hillhead High School War Memorial Committee who had left a substantial legacy for all succeeding generations to enjoy. He paid thanks to the chair of the Stand Committee, John Maclean, for all his efforts in fund raising and to rugby club President, Hunter Kirkpatrick, who had given freely of his time to ensure a successful stand procurement. Dr. Kenneth Chrystie, chair of the Hugh Fraser Foundation, formally opened the stand noting that the late Sir Hugh had lived in the west end of Glasgow and would have been delighted to have been associated with such a project. In his dedication service , The Rev. David Locke reminded everyone of the background to the playing fields at Hughenden by reading McCrae's WW1 poem " In Flanders Fields " and commenting that Hughenden's playing fields were a fine memorial to be enjoyed by future generations. The final part of the dedication service was the symbolic raising of the Club flag by Mr. Willie Wight,the twelfth head teacher of Hillhead High School , and Dr. Iain Todd, former chair of Hillhead High School War Memorial Trust and President of the Scottish Rugby Union, 1995-1996 .. Full report (opens in new page)

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