The home of Drumpelier Cricket Club is not the easiest of places to go to play the Waysiders Drumpelier Rugby Club. The last time Carrick visited it was an enormous battle in the mud when Carrick sneaked a victory with the last kick of the game.
We are organising another first for Carrick Rugby, our Christmas dinner dance will take place in Maybole Town hall on Saturday 14th December. The event will start at 7.00 pm and will include a 3 course meal, coffee/tea and a glass of sparkling wine on arrival. The cost of the event is £25 a head.
It was an all-round disappointing day for Carrick, in a game where it was all at stake. There was only one team in the game for the first half hour, and it was the visitors.
After a tremendous first session of rugby, the team would have a tough first test in the new session. Although this match was by definition a friendly, the events two weeks before in cup tie, meant this game would be anything but.
Kilmarnock of West 1 were the visitors to Carrick of West 2 in the quarter final of the Regional Shield match on Saturday with the match sponsor being Daily Road Stores, Maybole.
It was a grey dreich day with rain threatening at Cumbernauld on Saturday and that about sums up Carrick’s performance. The faithful ‘Rick support, on the touchline, was put through misery as their team stuttered its way through an error strewn game with the possibility that the game could be lost.
Saturday was a clash of the top four in the league. Top team, Garnock were away to second top, Oban, whilst fourth top, Carrick, were at home to third top, Cambuslang.