PLAYER REGISTRATION FORM
Mackenzie Rugby Football Club
The Mackenzie RFC is always interested in attracting new players and will assist new members to find work and accommodation in the district
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JAMES SIMPSON IS THE NEW CLUB PRESIDENT.
Well done James
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Sympathy to the famiy of Des Casey who passed away at the weekend in Ch-Ch.
Des was a member of the 1st Mackenzie senior tem in 1953. played until 1957
Club Captain 59-60: President 1961.
A brother to Mick & Digger.
A true "RAM"
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THE CLUB WOULD LIKE TO THANK ALL SPONSORS FOR THERE ON GOING SUPPORT DURING THE YEAR.
IT IS VERY MUCH APPREICATED.
27th February: Upper Clutha @ Fairlie
5th March: Ashlet @ Fairlie
12th March: Ashburton Celtic @ Ashburton
Mick Casey Trophy:
26th March Kurow @ Kurow.
won 17 --8
1st Holder of the "Jarred Blackler Memeriol Cup:
There has been a bit going on since I wrote in this section.
What a great weekend a couple of weeks ago both "RAM" teams had wins over the Harlies a first for some time,added to that it brought up "HORSE'S" 100th game for the club, a well deserved milestone for a unsung hero of the club.
Both teams were on a high for the small road trip down to "Mud Dog" country.
But when you plan things that hopped thar would go your way the wether gods turned nasty.
It was real a Mud Dog day, but more suitable to water polo.
But alas once again the two trophies that the club was after still remain in the Mud Dogs clubrooms. However as the saying goes thee is always next year.
A week off over Queens Birthday, but the Golden Oldies are host a tournament on the Sunday.
The" Magpies" are flying inon 11th June, club day.
See you all there.
Another 2 trophies up for grabs
Country Calendar Shield for "B's"
Speight's Cup for Seniors.
Mackenzie Rugby Football Club
The Mackenzie RFC is always interested in attracting new players and will assist new members to find work and accommodation in the district.
The Mackenzie District is a natural and scenic wonderland, central to the South island of New Zealand, and has boating, fishing, skiing, hunting, mountain biking, tramping, flight-seeing and tourist facilities on its doorstep.
The Mackenzie RFC enters teams in the South Canterbury Rugby Union competitions from Seniors to Under 6 year olds. Capable players have the opportunity to also be selected for South Canterbury representative teams, including the South Canterbury Heartland team.
The Mackenzie RFC is based at Strathconan Park, in Fairlie. The clubrooms are spacious and well appointed and have squash courts adjacent. Fairlie has a full range of work, school, shopping and social amenities. The clubrooms offer warm and convivial surroundings for friendship and fun !
10 Below Rugby In The Snow - Photo's are posted in Gallery.
Mackenzie RFC Club Day 2010 photos are posted in the Gallery Click Here