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By John Murray, 16th Nov 2012
Next Saturday 24th November, The Waid Buccaneers sail north to St Andrews to participate in the third running of the Rikki Lees Veterans Rugby Tournament.
As well as our Bucs, there will be extremely tough competition in Madras Vipers, Hillfoots Cast-tups, Kirkcaldy Zingari and....Kinross (get a cool name guys!!).
Start time is 11am.
Waid look to retain the trophy so lets have as many of us as possible up there to cheer them on!
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Sorry for all the !!!!!'s
New team added! Howe of Fife! Tough competition! Mon' the Bucs!
Ah, I see. Strengthening my good words. I set the foundations for you to build upon etc.
Carry on. #table14forlife
I was adding weight to your earlier comment! Not like me to miss anything you type (Table 14 aside!)
Maybe you missed this: " lets have as many of us as possible up there to cheer them on".
As there is no game for the 1st XV on that date, I think it's only fair that the guys come up and lend some support for the auld yins. Games will be finished and trophy presented before the Scotland/Tonga game kicks off.
Captain Mick McKowan, posing proudly with the Rikki Lees Vets Rugby Tournament trophy in 2011.
Unfortunately, the 1st XV were unable to come along and support as they were in RAF Lossiemouth playing in weather that made Hurricane Sandy look like a slight breeze.....
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