Missed the banter of your teammates and fellow Strathie supporters during lockdown? Join us at Inchmacoble for a Virtual Club Dinner featuring speakers such as Dougie Donnelly, Scott Hastings and Hollie Davidson (Scotland's first female Ref)
We have worked very hard to open the Clubhouse back up after lockdown and we have put in place measures to ensure everyone's safety in accordance with Government guidelines. Places will be limited, so please get in touch with Karen to book your tickets - 07376 971464.
Don't worry, if a pints not your thing, an alternative beverage can be ordered (at Geoff's discretion), so with a range of local Gin's and other stuff available ... what.s stopping you.
We’re delighted to announce that we will be hosting a virtual Big Club Dinner live on our Facebook page on Friday 24 July at 8:30pm.
No club dinner would be complete without some top notch guest speakers and we are going to be joined by some of the best.
Scotland and British & Irish Lions legend Scott Hastings.
Broadcasting legend Dougie Donnelly.
Scotland International Rhona Lloyd.
International referee Hollie Davidson.
YouTube genius and king of rugby analysis Squidge Rugby.
At the “top table” will be the usual suspects from the podcast. Between speeches we’ll be reviewing the 2019/20 season and having the usual chit chat. We’ll also be looking for you to get involved in the comments on the night and over on Twitter using the hashtag #BigClubDinner.
The link to the Facebook event is here:
The event is free but in return we will be asking those that are able to donate the normal cost of a club dinner or night out to their local club. If you don’t have a local club then we’ll be asking for donations to the My Name’5 Doddie foundation.
With this line up, there is something for everyone, so get involved.
If you can't make it along to Inchmacoble, why not tune in from your own house and support the club by buying a virtual pint via Pitchero. To coin a phrase ... Every little helps
Most clubs rely on their annual club dinners to raise vital funds to keep the club going and most have been unable to host their dinners and other fundraising events. Anything you’re able to give will be greatly received and help towards ensuring your community club survives the impacts of coronavirus.