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Savannah Shamrocks RFC

Savannah Shamrocks Rugby Club
Union USA Rugby, Georgia Rugby Union, Division III
Founded 1978
Ground(s) Forsyth Park, Savannah, GA
President Sean Coburn
Coach(es) Ian Hastie
Captain(s) announced at Gametime
League(s) Georgia Rugby Union
Official website
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The Savannah Shamrocks Rugby Club is a [2]

History

The Savannah Shamrocks Rugby Club were formed in 1978 in Savannah by Tom Nelson and Carl Shoemaker, who were looking for something “different;” now the team has up to 50 members, a senior men’s and women’s team, plays around the region, belongs to the Georgia Rugby Union and hosts the popular annual St. Patrick's Day Tournament. The team colors are kelly green and gold. The home field is Forsyth Park, Whitaker and Park Street in Savannah.

The St. Patrick Day’s Tournament

St. Patrick's Day Rugby Tournament in Savannah is one of the largest in the country; every year the tournament has over 75 teams from Michigan, Maryland, Florida, Georgia, New York, New Jersey, Ohio, West Virginia as well as teams from Canada, England and Ireland. The St. Patrick's Day Tournament is held in Daffin Park, Savannah, Georgia.

The Savannah Shamrocks have given a portion of the proceeds from the annual event to local charities and individuals in the Savannah and rugby communities for the past 15 years and will continue to do so. They also host their own float in the annual St. Patrick's Day Parade, the nation’s second largest St Patrick’s Day celebration.[3]

The tournament Grand Champions are :

  • 1979 - University of Georgia
  • 1980 - Atlanta High Country
  • 1981 - Jacksonville
  • 1982 - Mystic River Club University of Maryland
  • 1983 - Xavier Old Boys
  • 1984 - Life College
  • 1985 - Augusta
  • 1986 - Cincinnati Marmots
  • 1987 - Pelicans (St. Petersburg)
  • 1988 - Augusta
  • 1989 - Old White (Atlanta)
  • 1990 - Life College
  • 1991 - Bergan
  • 1992 - Rock'n'Roll Rebels Ottawa, Canada
  • 1993 - Rock'n'Roll Rebels Ottawa, Canada
  • 1994 - Maryland Exiles
  • 1995 - New York Rugby Club
  • 1996 - BAT'S Boston Area Touring Side
  • 1997 - Northern Virginia
  • 1998 - Northern Virginia
  • 1999 - New York Athletic Club
  • 2000 - New York Athletic Club
  • 2001 - White Plains New York
  • 2002 - Unpossiable XV
  • 2003 - Atlanta Renegades
  • 2004 - Cincinnati Wolfhounds
  • 2005 - Worchester RFC
  • 2006 - Air Force
  • 2007 - The Willing
  • 2008 - The Willing
  • 2009 - The Willing
  • 2010 - The Willing
  • 2011 - Cincinnati
  • 2012 - Air Force

Our Opponents

Athens
Atlanta Old White
Atlanta Renegades
Golden Isles
High Country
Hilton Head
Jacksonville
Macon

Sponsorship

Primary
  • Murphy's Law
  • Guinness Official website
Secondary
  • The Black Ledge Group
  • STATS Tours
  • B&D Burgers

References

  1. ^ https://membership.usarugby.org/PublicRosterRpt.aspx
  2. ^ http://www.georgiarugbyunion.org
  3. ^ http://www.savannahsaintpatricksday.com

External links

  • Official Site
  • USA Rugby
  • Georgia Rugby Union
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