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Click on the link to be taken to the CRFC Club Shop hosted by Klasklothing.co.uk. https://klasklothing.co.uk/products/sports-club-shops/caithness-rfc

History (1 page)

Caithness RFC Caithness Rugby Football Club, known as the ‘Greens’, was founded in September 1962, though the sport was played in the County for a number of years previously by a team operating under the Dounreay RFC banner. From humble beginnings,

Contact List

President:Peter Body; M: 07850 753386;E: pb@braemara.com Chairman:Donald MacIntosh; M: 07799 418680;E: donaldmacintosh@rolls-royce.com Secretary:Vacant Post Treasurer: Steven Macgregor; T: 01955 611705; M: 07920 523532E: macgregor39@btinterne

Volunteers Required!

Are you able to lend a hand? Anybody reading this is likely to enjoy their rugby and is happy to support the Greens at all levels. This is great and no doubt the players greatly appreciate your support. But, Caithness rugby is not simply about what hap

Membership (1 page)

Membership Fees: Season 2017 - 2018 At this year’s Annual General Meeting, it was agreed that the membership fees for this season would be as follows: • Senior Player (18+): Annual - £96; Monthly (6 months) - £16 • Junior Player (U18) / Stu

Team Sponsorship (3 pages)

BE PART OF A WINNING TEAM Caithness RFC, which has become an established and distinctive Caithness brand, is positioned in the upper echelons of the BT Caledonia Regional League Division 1, just below the National Leagues. Each year the Club has to

Training Times (2 pages)

Tuesday night at Millbank, Thurso 7 pm and Thursday night at Millbank also at 7 pm. Saturday morning at Bignold Park, Wick at 9.30am.

Club Development Plan (5 pages)

Club Development Plan NAME OF CLUB: Caithness Rugby Union Football ClubDATE: 1st May 2012 Introduction Caithness Rugby Football Club was formed in September 1962 from a combination of Dounreay personnel and the local population. It was in these early

Positive Coaching (4 pages)

About Positive Coaching Scotland What do we do? Positive Coaching Scotland (PCS) is a cultural change programme designed to create a positive environment for young people in sport, by teaching them to: appreciate the value of effort and learning;

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