Girls enjoy feast of rugby at Wolves’ fantastic festival
Waysiders/Drumpellier Wolves celebrated hosting their first-ever girls’ rugby festival at the weekend.
Five teams – more than 60 girls – took part in the rugby bonanza.
A tremendous 28 tries were scored throughout the weekend.
East Kilbride, Falkirk and Strathaven all took part, as well as Islay who made a three-day round trip to participate.
Islay brought a commemorative teddy bear for the Wolves to thank them for the invitation to the tournament.
The hosts, who are W/Ds Under-15s side, won one, drew another and were beaten twice.
Coach Colin Steele said: “We are so proud of all the girls who played today.
“The competition was extremely high, but so was the sportsmanship shown.”
Bear necessities (Above) Wolves captain Abbi McDonald and co-captain Georgia Steele with the Islay bear, while (main picture) girls give no quarter on the field of play
Picture perfect The Waysiders/ Drumpellier Wolves club photograph used in our recent Club of the Week feature
Brilliant banner Welcome to the festival
All set Wolves warm up for action