***NEWS JUST IN*** TOMORROW’s KICK-OFF IS 1.15pm Not only are we kicking off early so we can show the SCOTLAND GAME on the BIG SCREEN in the clubhouse afterwards, there will be BOOZE, a BBQ and a PROSSECO BAR (while stocks last)!!!!!! Come down and watch Accies kick their season off in style before watching […]

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This Sunday 10 AM at Lower Windy Edge. Thereafter Accies at Anniesland as usual (or as fixture list indicates if an away match). Please use other links found on this site to order kit print and complete forms etc… see you Sunday with drinks snacks and gumsheilds not to mention a pinch of passion, spoonful […]

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Accies finish with a flourish

Saturday 25th April – Accies finish with a flourish! Accies 62  Allan Glens19 at New Anniesland.   Accies finished the season with another outstanding performance spreading the ball wide at every opportunity, and running in some fine scores. There is a real heart in the club, and recently retired player, Andy ‘Beaver’ Jackson has created […]

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    Accies is on twitter! follow us & keep up to date! https://twitter.com/GlasgowAccies @GlasgowAccies

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Match Report – Accies V Carrick – 33-32

Report for Accies RFC v Carrick RFC Saturday 11th April 2015   Ladies and Gentlemen, this scribe was brought to book today by an eminent Academical with reference to my reports. Can I first of all apologise to anyone who may have been upset by my grammatical errors and felt that my parents had wasted […]

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Muddy Rugby

Training is off!

Sorry guys’ rugby training is off this morning. Too much rain last night and more rain forecast between 9 and 10 and therefore the pitches are unplayable….back to bed for a long lie! Have a fantastic February week, Accies are back on the 23rd of February. All the best Richard  

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Newton Stewart Match Report

With both our usual scribes away on Guinness testing duties, today’s match report falls to an apprentice, so apologies for lack of Reid or Walker erudite discussions of styles of play and references to Homer and Keats. Our day did not start well as our bus, once fully loaded with players and kit, almost ended […]

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