We are very grateful to Dunbar RFC for partnering with SiMBA; having us on their mini strips and allowing us to have a board on the pitch side too.
Friday saw the 33rd game played in Dunbar against Skerries (the first being played in 1952), which is now the longest continuous fixture played between an Irish and a Scottish club side! The P7 kids sold match programmes and the club held a collection at the match dinner raising over £250.
Dunbar RFC Chairman David Wilson said "Dunbar Rugby Football Club are delighted to link up with SiMBA (Simpsons Memory Box Appeal) to highlight the great work the charity does responding to those affected by the loss of a baby. SiMBA are based in Dunbar so what better charity to support than one that does a fantastic job and are based in our own Community. Dunbar Rugby Club P7 Minis recently took the time to show off their new strips and it is hoped that all the club teams with be wearing new strips with the charity logo, proudly highlighted.Dunbar RFC have also erected a board at their Hallhill home and will continue to support SiMBA in any way possible."
Please keep your eye on our events page for details of more Dunbar RFC events!
If you would like SiMBA to become your charity partner please contact Gillian on firstname.lastname@example.org