EDINBURGH RUGBY SUPPORTERS CLUB ANNUAL GENERAL MEETING
15 June 2013; 1430
The Annual General Meeting of the Edinburgh Rugby Supporters Club will be held on Saturday 15 June 2013 at 1430. It will be the held at the Murrayfield Hotel.
Immediately after the business of AGM there will be a question and answer session with new Edinburgh Rugby Managing Director David Davies. This will be followed by the Scotland v South Africa match being shown* in the main bar.
We are still looking for new committee members. To nominate a committee member, please email us at ersc[at]live.co.uk
New office bearers will also be nominted. To nominate an office bearer, please email us with their name, along with the name of a proposer and seconder.
Nominations should be with us by no later than 8 June.
We will also be providing light snacks. In order that we can plan for numbers, if you plan to come along, please email us at ersc[at]live.co.uk
Committee members needed
The Edinburgh Rugby Supporters Club is run by fans for fans. Due to a number of recent changes, we are currently looking for new committee members to join.
If you are interested, please email ersc[at]live.co.uk
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CHUNK TAKES A FINAL BOW
Edinburgh Rugby: 31 (25) Newportgwentdragons: 24 (10)
Allan 'Chunk' Jacobsen tormented his last tighthead at professional level at Murrayfield this evening. There was not a dry eye in the house as the legendary loosehead said goodbye after 16 years with the club throughout its various incarnations. While we have had a blizzard of corporate identities, management changes and wildly fluctuating budgets during that time, one man has stood like a colossus throughout.
On a night of high emotion, which was reminiscent in many ways of the equivalent fixture last season, when Chris Paterson bowed out, the Embra tifosi said goodbye to a man who has been a fixture in the side for more years than anyone cares to remember. Like Peter Clohessy at Munster, Chunk spent his entire professional career at one club. The idea of moving elsewhere never seemed to occur to him. At moments of deep depression - which have been pretty frequent for observers of goings-on at Murrayfield this season - sometimes one might
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