A day that won’t soon be forgotten, both Scottish teams fell to the Balmy Beach, failing to win the Gee Gage and McCormick Cups. Neither was a blowout; neither demanded anyone to be reprimanded or held accountable over any other. It was just blood and guts rugby that TSRFC happened to land on the ill-side of. Besides, who better knows “there’s always next year” better than Maple Leaf fans?
All is not nearly lost, and we will build and thrive on what was the Toronto Scottish 2014 Season.
Great thanks to Piper Billy Boulet-Gagnon (pictured in above slideshow) for introducing both teams like champions.
You can view more game pictures on our Facebook page:
First team entry:
Second team entry:
Cameron Homer, 12-year old son of Alumni Director Mike Homer and player on the Toronto City U14 team, was kind enough to share his own words on one of the great days in TSRFC history:
USA vs All Blacks Game
In other news, the trusty Duke of Kent will be reserving the upstairs for us to watch the November 1st USA vs All Blacks game. Coverage begins at 3:30pm and KO is at 4pm. Please email Cathy Caldarola if you plan to attend.
St. Andrew’s Awards Banquet
The St. Andrew’s dinner is also being held at the Duke of Devon and is open to all! Formal attire is required, though by the end of the night it’ll probably be the opposite. Payment of $30/ticket can be sent to Sarah Mitchell, who has done an outstanding job keeping us together and sober all year. A ticket includes dinner and the best night of your life.
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