Panmure RFC

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Panmure RFC
Full namePanmure Rugby Football Club
Founded1880
LocationBroughty Ferry, Scotland
Ground(s)The Law
Linlathen Park
Forthill Sports Club
League(s)Caledonia Regional League Division 2 Midlands
Official website
www.pitchero.com/clubs/panmure

Panmure RFC is a rugby union club based in Broughty Ferry in Dundee, Scotland. They play in Caledonia Regional League Division 2 Midlands.

History[edit]

Panmure was founded in 1880 and joined the Scottish Rugby Union in 1884.[1]

The name Panmure was chosen as many of the club's original members stayed in Panmure Terrace, Dundee.[2]

The club began in Dundee but moved to Broughty Ferry in 1888, as tenants of Forfarshire Cricket Club.[2]

Honours[edit]

  • Midlands Rugby Championship (1910-11),[3](1922-23)[4]
  • North of Scotland Cup (1912-13, 1936-37, 1937-38*, 1938-39*)
  • National Division 5 Caledonia (2005-06).[2]
  • RBS Caledonia 3 Midlands (2011-12)
  • BT Caledonia Regional Bowl Midlands (2017-18)

Notable former players[edit]

Scotland internationalists[edit]

  • Scotland Gordon Pattullo

North of Scotland District[edit]

These players played for the combined North of Scotland side (which contained Midlands players).

  • Scotland J. K. Mearns[5]
  • Scotland W. Robertson[6]
  • Scotland P. A. Watson[6]
  • Scotland J. Mitchell[6]
  • Scotland J. K. McIntyre[6]

North and Midlands District[edit]

These players played for the North and Midlands side.

  • Scotland J. K. Morrison[7]
  • ScotlandD. P. Fullerton[8]

Midlands District[edit]

These players played for the Midlands District side.

  • Scotland A. S. Kydd (1938)
  • Scotland J. R. McKenzie (1921)
  • Scotland D. Reid (1907)
  • Scotland R. Cunningham (1907)
  • Scotland N. A. Gillanders (1936-38)
  • Scotland J. R. Phillip (1921)
  • Scotland W. Ovenstone (1907)
  • Scotland D. P. Mitchell (1907)
  • Scotland A. I. Abbott (1938)
  • Scotland A. S. Reid (1907)
  • Scotland W. A. Robertson (1907)
  • Scotland J.A.W. Wright (1932)
  • Scotland Gordon Pattullo (1921)
  • Scotland P. Watson (1907)
  • Scotland Charles Cleghorn (1909)
  • Scotland C. Cunningham (1907)
  • Scotland L. Graham (1947)

References[edit]

  1. ^ "Panmure R.F.C."
  2. ^ a b c "Information - Panmure R.F.C."
  3. ^ Archive, The British Newspaper. "Register - British Newspaper Archive".
  4. ^ Archive, The British Newspaper. "Register - British Newspaper Archive".
  5. ^ "The Glasgow Herald - Google News Archive Search".
  6. ^ a b c d e f "The Glasgow Herald - Google News Archive Search".
  7. ^ "The Glasgow Herald - Google News Archive Search".
  8. ^ "Evening Times - Google News Archive Search".