Welcome to Dalkeith RFC!
All players (of any experience) and fans of rugby,
are welcome to DRFC; training is held at Kings Park,
on Tuesday and Thursday @ 6.45pm. If you require
more information then please use the coach or
captain contact details on the site or
email email@example.com .
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Latest News & Updates
Dalkeith travelled to Forrester RFC, hopeful of holding onto their unbeaten league record, but conscious that Forrester were also going well in East 2 and boasted an unbeaten home record so far this season.
The latest instalment in Dalkeith’s League 2 campaign was a fixture against Earlston RFC at Kings Park. The return fixture earlier in the season had produced a fairly comprehensive win for Dalkeith, but the home players knew better than to take any side from the Borders lightly. Dahlstrom was still missing from the home ranks, but Walker, Ramsay and Cassidy returned to the match day 22 and McShane retained a spot on the bench.
Dalkeith’s so far impressive league campaign took them to Inch Park, for the away fixture against Lismore RFC. Dalkeith were still not at full strength, missing Dahlstrom, Walker, McMillan and Davidson, necessitating veteran hooker McShane making a welcome return to the 1st XV to cover the front row. However, Dalkeith were facing a Lismore side which was having an even tougher time of it, shorn as they were of nearly a full 1st out XV through injury.
Dalkeith welcomed Berwick RFC to Kings Park for a top-of-the-table clash, with these two teams being the form horses in East 2; Dalkeith unbeaten and Berwick with only one defeat, against Dalkeith, on the opening day of the season. Captain and stand-off Clugston was missing for the home side, meaning veteran Smith took over the number 10 shirt.
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