Tuesday, 1 October 2013

Sunnyside - Falkirk RFC

28th September 2013

Falkirk RFC 43-21 Cartha Queens Park

What looked to my untutored eyes a fairly even match during the first 40 minutes (the visitors turned around with a 18-14 lead, both sides having scored two tries), developed into a bit of a rout after the break.

The more powerful-looking Falkirk lads just appeared to bully their visitors into error after error in their own half, each of which were punished mercilessly. 


Home Number 8 Aubrey MnCube took most of the plaudits with his fine hat-trick of tries.



Cala Park or Sunnyside, as it more commonly known


The stand at Sunnyside - Falkirk RFC



The stand at Sunnyside - Falkirk RFC

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

This first-half penalty p-tinged back of one of the posts

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Behind one end of the ground was a makeshift camping ground, full of hairy bikers.
I am assuming there was some sort of motorbike festival/rally going on nearby.

I'm coming to get you !


We're coming to get you !!

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Ouch !

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

I am fairly sure this was Harry Russell sprinting away to score Falkirk's sixth try.



Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Falkirk v Cartha Queens Park - September 2013

Panorama of Sunnyside/Cala Park - Falkirk RFC

Panorama of Sunnyside/Cala Park - Falkirk RFC


2 comments:

  1. Hi Ian, you previously provided content for Non League Scotland. I have used some of your rugby photos for a new website at scottishclubrugby.org.uk. Please let me know if you have any objections.

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  2. More than happy for you to use any you feel are any good. Ian

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