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Edinburgh Rugby Supporters Club - Annual General Meeting

18 July 2016

The Edinburgh Rugby Supporters Club AGM will be held on Monday 18th July 2016 at 6:30pm in the Rowan Suite at BT Murrayfield.   We are currently looking for new committee members and anyone who is interested should send their details to the Committee by e-mail to: All applications require to be accompanied by a proposer and seconder who should be season ticket holders if possible.


  1. Chairman’s Report

  2. Treasurer’s Report

  3. Update from Edinburgh Rugby

  4. Re-election/ Election of Office Bearers; AOB.

 All supporters are welcome and we would be grateful if you are attending if you could e-mail so we can cater for numbers.


Edinburgh Rugby: 17 (17) Cardiff Blues: 21 (7)

As this Embra season subsides to a close, the Gunners rounded off with a disappointing reverse to visiting Cardiff Blues.  They contrived to follow a strong first half performance with a second period of such unremitting hopelessness that observers were left wondering whether BT Murrayfield had disappeared down a cosmic wormhole and somehow travelled back in time to the dark days of the Bradley regime.  

The loss saw the capital side fall to a final position of ninth in the league.  From having a sixth place finish in their own hands two matches ago, they eventually finished third out of the three clubs that were comfortably off Champions Cup qualification.  While the league has been very tight this year, in large measure due to the World Cup, it is deeply disappointing to finish ahead only of two Italian teams who gave up the ghost some time ago and perennial strugglers Newport, who never got to the stage even of flattering to deceive.  The starting XV

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Leinster: 30 (6) Edinburgh Rugby:23 (3)

As we enter the business end of the season, top four and top six positions are at stake and the Gunners were sitting just off sixth position at kick off.  Any points are precious if they are to qualify for top tier European competition next term.  Yet while Fate has given Glasgow three matches against demoralised Italian opposition going down the stretch, she has been less kind to the capital club.  At the start of the season and today alike, if you were ranking the Gunners' fixtures by difficulty, this fixture would be at the top, somewhere between 'very difficult' and 'downright impossible'.  

Yet whether it was complacency, overconfidence or the IRFU, Leinster's selection seemed to have opened up a glimmer of home for the visitors, with many Irish internationals rested. It was still a strong side, mind, and showcased the depth that any title contender needs to have.  And, make no mistake, Leinster look set to be travelling to Murrayfield for the final

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