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Langholm RFC
Year Formed: 1871
Home Colours: Crimson

Milntown
Langholm
DG13 0HG

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22 April 2017
First Tie: 14:00 pm
Milntown

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10 Tournaments | Langholm 7s

22 April 2017 at 14:00 pm

Come along to Milntown for a great day out at Langholm 7s , thrilling rugby action and entertainment for all the family.

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Langholm 7s on 22 April 2017
First Tie: 14:00 pm
Milntown , Langholm

Although Langholm was the first club formed in the Borders they did not hold their own Sevens until some time after the first tournament was held at Melrose in 1882. The first Sevens or Sports as they were then known were held on 1st May 1908 and were attended by 6 Border teams with Gala winning. Langholm won the trophy in 1959 and the tournament celebrated its centenary in 2008.

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Langholm Rugby Football Club

Langholm Rugby Football club was founded in 1871 after three sons of local tweed manufacturers, who returned to the town after being educated in english public schools, invited the young men of the town to join them in this game they had learned "Football" as it was then called.

The invitation was so well received that it was decided to form a club and a meeting took place in the Buccleuch Hotel. William Scott was appointed captain, president, treasurer and secretary all in one.

As Langholm were one of the first clubs in the borders, in fact the first outside the rugby playing schools of the central belt, games were hard to organise and early games took place between the Old and New town. On 23rd March 1873 Langholm first plated a team from Calrisle beginning the oldest club international in the world. Games against Border clubs were arranged as clubs were formed and Langholm first played Hawick in 1874 and Gala in 1877.


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