It was almost two years ago to the day and on a similar perfect day for running rugby that Lenzie destroyed a very inexperienced young Carrick side. That year Lenzie was promoted to West 1 but Carrick’s young team recovered from that poor start and managed to finish a creditable fifth.Read More
We currently play out of Carrick Academy, which can be found on Kirkoswald Rd in Maybole and compete in the BT West League Division 1.
If you are interested in joining us for training you are more than welcome - whether looking for a game or just a bit of fitness, we train at Carrick Academy on Tuesday nights from 7.00 - 9.00pm. Please come to the changing rooms in the Community Wing, and bring along trainers as well as boots as we often train on the astro grass.
Carrick travelled last Saturday to Lochshore, Glengarnock, to the scene of a famous battle between Garnock and the West Highland hordes from Oban. The result of which was dependent on Carrick’s slim chance of promotion to West 1.
It was almost two years ago to the day and on a similar perfect day for running rugby that Lenzie destroyed a very inexperienced young Carrick side. That year Lenzie was promoted to West 1 but Carrick’s young team recovered from that poor start and managed to finish a creditable fifth.
Carrick RFC racked up a 57-3 win over Waysiders Drumpellier on Saturday to march into Round One of this seasons BT Shield.
However you'd be wrong to think that the Carrick coaches were happy with the preliminary round win which sets up a home tie with Kilmarnock on 18th October.
Mums, dads, kids, partners and even wives were there supporting Carrick in their final push to gain promotion. It was a grey day but it might as well have been the beach at Majorca; there was not the razzmatazz of the international sevens tournament at Scotstoun but the soft drinks and hot dogs stalls were doing a roaring trade; this was Maybole and the Carrick faithful was out on the town.
That must have been the thoughts of Coach Brown after the demolition of a very much weakened Cumbernauld side in an E&C Firewood sponsored match at Academy Field last Saturday.
Last Saturday Colonel Petesy McNair, an avid Gazette reader, commanding a raiding party of fifteen brave souls travelled to Ardrossan to take the short ferry trip to Arran. It was the Arran annual sevens tournament where winning is just being there.
Carrick travelled to Loch Lomond or rather to Bonhill, Alexandria to take on the side named after the famous loch. Loch Lomond was a club formed from the amalgamation of Dumbarton RFC and Vale of Leven RFC .The match was played at the quaintly named Dillichip Park which sits on the banks of the River Leven. The pitch was wide and with the strong breeze drying out the underfoot conditions the conditions were ripe for a fast handling game.