Deeside RFC (formerly Aboyne RFC) runs a senior team and also has thriving youth, junior and micro teams, providing training and rugby matches for all ages.
Aboyne RFC changed its name to Deeside RFC at the 2008 AGM. The change reflects the club’s ambition and ability to grow and provide rugby training and games for all on Deeside.
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Scotland Internationals Descend on Deeside RFC
Around 50 members attended the Deeside RFC Royal Bank RugbyForce day on Saturday where a team of adults from the club turned their hands to the many tasks of repair, maintenance and enhancement of the Woodend playing facilities. The day was a great success as part of the community engagement and pre-season preparation of the facilities for the first home game of the season on 7th September.
Following a week-long successful training camp for the junior and mini team sections at the Woodend facilities in Banchory, Scotland internationals Tim Visser and Grayson Hart were on hand to support the club’s event. Both Tim and Grayson got “stuck-in” to some training sessions with the youngsters where they earned themselves a well-deserved “cuppa” and some of the home baking that was on offer.
The ladies from the club did try and tempt the Scotland stars to assist them in their painting duties of the facilities before they were both called to fulfil their formal duties to present the certificates to all the youngsters that attended the training camp.
Deeside RFC runs a senior team and has thriving youth, junior and micro teams, providing training and rugby matches for all ages. New members always welcome see www.deeside-rfc.co.uk for details.