Our brand new seasonal menus have arrived! Many more pictures to follow.
Winter lunch menu 12pm - 3pm daily
Winter dinner menu 6pm - 9pm daily
Winter bar menu 12pm - 7pm daily
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What a day yesterday, thanks to the c.300 people who came down to watch, play and take part.
The game was a huge success, the crowd were immensely generous with donations and we hope you all enjoyed it as much as we did.
Thanks to Stewart's Melville RFC; Rugby People for the photography and thank you to the Stew Mel Lions mini rugby for coming down in great numbers.
Lastly a massive thanks to all the staff at the Oriam and all our Cavaliers Xmas Elves who made the day run so smoothly.
Lots of xmas love, Cavaliers
Your Cavaliers XV Squad to play Stewart's Melville RFC - 7 sets of brothers
15. Christy David O'Donnell
14. Roland Walker
13. Jack Hannay
12. Matt Hannay
11. Sean Murchie (Captain)
10. Scott Docherty (Vice Captain)
9. Steve Noble
8. Robbie Lawrence
7. Lewis Scott
6. Fraser Mitchell
5. Andrew St Clair
4. Ben Docherty
3. Adrian Duncan
2. Rory Anderson Scott
1. Ben Peddie
16. Craig Watson
17. Craig O'Donnell
18. Justin Duncan
19. Henry Lawrence
20. Alan Little
21. Graeme Clow
22. Charlie Taylor
23. Neil Bowie
24. David St Clair
25. Sam Knudson
26. Matt Arnold
***Remember to get your free tickets pre-event to help us plan as best as we can.***
Erskine Stewart's Melville Schools
University of St Andrews
University of St Andrews Rugby Football Club
We would like to thank S&C Coach Luke Birmingham for all his hard work over the last few years ensuring that our players were in the best possible nick going into games. We wish him good luck in his next role at the Scottish Institute of Sport! ... See MoreSee Less
Have you just started playing rugby, want a chance at some proper game time, or have a development squad at your club? If so then enter a team, or as many people as you can, into the St Andrews development 10's tournament. It will be a fun filled day with an evening event to follow in the Union bar. Email firstname.lastname@example.org or message our Facebook page. Can't wait to see you there! ... See MoreSee Less
Strong St Andrews presence on and off the pitch at the East vs West game yesterday. Vice Captain Fiona Cooper stood out through her excellent tackling, strong rucking and impressive fitness. She played one half at #6 before being moved to #8 in what was a fast-paced and high-scoring game.
Huge congratulations to Vice Captain Fiona Cooper, who will be starting at #6 representing East Scotland at the East vs West game tomorrow! We're all so proud of you and can't wait to see where you go from here! ... See MoreSee Less
We are at the brand new St Andrews Day Festival selling festive Christmas Tree decorations outside Madras College on South Street until 3pm. There is some great live music and plenty of other stalls to entertain. Swing by and say Hi! ... See MoreSee Less
Unfortunately our away game to Dundee this week has been cancelled due to the recent artic weather conditions, but worry not, an update on recent Saint activity will still take place! Last week for the first time in a (long) time, Saints WRFC woke up at the crack of dawn to begin the perilous journey southwards to Leeds. With a final score of 58-19 to Loiners, the result may not have been what we wanted but everyone who played could agree that we thoroughly enjoyed every minute of the game. Well done to our VC Fiona Cooper MotM for somehow having the ability of being absolutely EVERYWHERE on the pitch at once, and to our MotM Rosanna Curtis after her incredible game playing at full back for the first time - getting under every ball in attack and putting in those crucial tackles in defence. A special congrats to our freshers Eilidh Sword, Izzy Clark and Miriam Woods for keeping great composure in what was a tough match and having an amazing first game!
We arrived to rather clement conditions, with a soft blowing wind that promised perfect climate for a bit of rugby. Of course, in typical British weather fashion, that turned out to be a pack of lies and we returned from the changing rooms to hurricane strength gusts and darkening skies. Northerner Rhiannon Fox-Rothwell said it felt good to be home to true rain while everyone else wondered if rugby could be played with bobble hats and mittens on. The game kicked off and the Saints were immediately put under pressure by Leeds, who played a fast paced game with an emphasis on kicking. Though this was something new for us, it was very exciting to be confronted to this type of play and after spending the first half of the game adjusting, we really came into our own in the second half. Despite a flurry of tries from the opposition, the girls kept their heads up and this was rewarded by a first try from Fiona Cooper off a quick penalty, boshing her way through their forwards to get over the line. The second try demonstrated perfectly what we have been working hard at training for, with linespeed that made it hard for Leeds to keep a hold of the ball. After a successful jackal in a ruck, Saints got a hold of the ball and Emily Jones finished off what was a great nugget of rugby. We couldn't have wished for a better end than the final try from Captain Rhiannon Fox-Rothwell in the final minute of the game! All in all, this was a really challenging game that truly brought out the best in our team. Thank you so much @University of Leeds Women's Rugby Club for having us and for the well deserved win, and thank you so much to all the girls that agreed to spending 12 hours on a bus for the game! ... See MoreSee Less