North Yorkshire Fire and Rescue were called to the Rugby Club on Claro Road in Harrogate this evening (27 October 2013).
Harrogate XV Rugby Team – This was another match, played in dreadful conditions, which Harrogate won by skill, organization and a tremendous collective team
High quality attacking rugby from Harrogate saw them score 4 tries within 27 minutes and race into a 24-0 lead. The pressure continued and
For the final 10 minutes, Harrogate had 2 players in the sin bin and this enabled Kendal’s Liam Hayton to score a consolation try.
Although this was a satisfactory result, Harrogate could and should have scored several more tries in a match which they largely dominated. Efficient forward
Both teams were committed to attacking rugby and this, combined with excellent refereeing, made for an exciting match which Sandal just about deserved to
Harrogate have got out of jail with late winning scores on a number of occasions this season. However, an injury time penalty opportunity was
In a fast entertaining game, Chester’s backs had the edge over Harrogate and raced into a 15-0 half time lead. Harrogate’s pack gradually gained
In what threatened to be their sternest test of the season, Harrogate Rugby 1st XV produced an outstanding team performance to consolidate their position
In glorious autumn sunshine, the spectators were treated to an open game with both sides committed to running attacking rugby. Max Lewis was in