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We are a young and ambitious rugby club currently running 2 senior teams and several junior teams from mini level to Under 17. Our 1st XV currently play in West League Division 1. Based in Paisley our home is at the Anchor Recreation Grounds, (opposite P

Sponsor the Club (1 page)

As with all local sporting clubs we rely on sponsorship to continue to provide facilities and opportunities to the community that we serve. If you think that your business can help then feel free to get in touch with us and we can discuss the following o

Recruitment (1 page)

New players of all ages and abilities are always welcome at the club and should contact coach@paisleyrugby.org.uk in the first instance. Non-playing members are also welcomed and a family membership is available.

Introduction (3 pages)

U15 Tour to Rugby Country – 'Melrose' 2010

History (1 page)

Paisley Rugby Club – A History Paisley Rugby Football Club was officially formed in 1983 with the merger of Paisley Grammarians and Craigielea, but the club’s roots go all the way back to 1870 and a club known simply as Paisley Football Club – th

Facilities (1 page)

Playing Facilities The club has 2 rugby pitches, a training area and its own clubhouse. The clubhouse has 4 changing rooms and showering facilities.

Contact (1 page)

New players of all ages and abilities are always welcome at the club and should contact paisleyrugbyclub@gmail.com in the first instance. For all other enquiries please email the club at admin@paisleyrugby.org.uk or call on 0141 887 5544

Code of Conduct (1 page)

As a coach ensure that: oAll your players participate oAll teams are evenly matched – mix up the better players oYou are generous with your praise and set a good example oYou keep yourself informed on sound coaching principles oYou keep yoursel

Child Protection (1 page)

Creating a Safe Environment for Children in Rugby FOREWORD Scottish Rugby recognises that all adults involved in the coaching or supervision of children have a duty to safeguard the welfare of those children. This duty extends to the prevention of p

The Community (2 pages)

Paisley Rugby Club has been working with Renfrewshire Council,s Rugby Development Officer Lindsey Smith to go into the local community and schools and give kids taster sessions. We have been running rugby festivals in local schools where they have been gr

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