Falkirk community trust business plan

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Falkirk community trust business plan

Sunday, March 18th, BordersRugby. We would like to thank everyone for supporting our venture over the last 10 years. We would like to thank Fraser Brydon from Fraser James Partnership for his sponsorship in this time which allowed us to continue, but with Fraser James Partnership recently amalgamating with another company we are no longer in a position to offer this service.

A cutback version has never been of interest. Our live score updates during games on a Saturday afternoon was something we were particularly proud of as it was the only place on Twitter which provided this service for the BT Premiership and BT NL1 leagues as well as Borders club games.

The many filming restrictions imposed on us over the past few years have made things impossible to push ahead with our plans for the future. When there were no restrictions we always brought out TV highlights on a Saturday night or Sunday morning at the latest — that was important to us.

This was our way of promoting club rugby and treating it with the respect it deserved, particularly at a time when club rugby coverage needs as much support and coverage as it can get.

The good news is that we are now involved with the brand new website for the Kings of the 7s which will bring you up to date news and videos from that tournament.

You can connect to this website here. Once again, thanks to everyone who has supported us on our journey over the past 10 years. It is now time to seek new opportunities away from rugby and to that end we have exciting plans which will enable us to do that.

In the meantime the website will remain live so people can enjoy the vast archive we have built up over the years, but from now the website will no longer be updated and the facebook and twitter feeds have gone. With one crucial game to play in the BT Premiership at home to Melrose on Saturday, the club are still in danger at the bottom end of the table.

Marr sit at the bottom but a good run of form has given them a chance to avoid automatic relegation. Hawick and Glasgow Hawks, along with Boroughmuir, are all in danger as the league goes down to the wire.

falkirk community trust business plan

The team which ends up in the second bottom position will face a play-off to stay in the Premiership in its final season next season against either Jedforest or Edinburgh Accies. But whatever happens with regards Hawick, George Graham will be relishing the chance to be at the helm again next season and feels he can continue to make a big contribution at the club.

They nearly came away with a losing bonus point but a late score from their hosts put paid to that. Dalton Redpath scored a brace of tries with Bruce McNeil getting the other, again just short of a bonus point. Marr, who everyone tipped for automatic relegation, collected a remarkable away win at Currie to give them five crucial points, and with Stirling County and Boroughmuir both picking up points on the day, the Greens are going to have to get something special from their last game at home to Melrose in two weeks so as not to rely on results going their way in a tight and nervy end to their Premiership campaign.

Glasgow Hawks are also now in the mix with one game to play. The foot of the table looks like this.

falkirk community trust business plan

Despite comfortably sitting at the top of the table there is absolutely no hint that they will rest players for the Hawick game to concentrate on the Play-Offs. As Fraser Thomson told us, it is important for the squad to keep the momentum going right through to the knockout stage of the BT Premiership.Grangemouth Golf Course could be closed as part of dramatic moves by Falkirk Community Trust to save money next year.

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It is one of six facilities identified in chief executive Maureen Campbell’s latest business plan as being surplus to requirements. The ‘hit list’ being considered by Falkirk.

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