Membership

Membership prices 2018-19

Hon Vice President

A minimum of 120 is required for this class of membership.

Full member

90

New member

60

Senior member

60, people of state pension age are eligible to be senior members.

Forms to download

Membership form

Bank standing order

Facebook and Twitter

Members can now follow Hawick RFC on both Twitter and Facebook.

Click on the logos below to get the latest Club News as it happens.

Help Hawick brick even

Your name on the wall

Hawick RFC are now offering bricks for sale which will be mounted on the facing wall inside the main entrance of the new Clubrooms.

On the brick, the purchaser can have his/her name and message, each with up to 15 letters (inclusive of spaces and punctuation).

The price is 50 inclusive of VAT and can be ordered by downloading the order form below or by e-mailing Eileen Davies at or the Secretary at .

Eileen Davies can also be contacted on 07703 575825, and Jane Renwick on 01450 373315.

Brick Application Form - MS Word format or PDF format.

Gift Aid form - MS Word format or PDF format.

 

Join Hawick RFC now and support the Green Machine

MEMBERSHIPS 2018-19

Memberships can be obtained in the following ways:-

Download and complete the relevant forms from this page.

Pay by BACS, sort code 83-23-01, account number 00176417.

On the following dates:-

Saturday 11th August at Augfest, Beer and Prosecco day at Mansfield Park,

Saturday 18th August at friendly triangular tournament involving Currie and Tynedale. Also Force v Currie,

Tuesday 21st August from 10am - 4pm at Chrysties, Victoria Road,

Saturday 1st September prior to first home League game v Melrose.

If collecting your card in person please note there is no card facility, payment only by cash or cheque.

Read the President's start of season letter here

GREEN ROOM

A unique affordable opportunity for the membership of HRFC to become involved in sponsorship of “The Greens”. Use of the Green Room after matches, lunch with guest speakers, guaranteed International tickets and MORE!

Further information from Marion Romeril or John Thorburn.

200 CLUB

Your chance to WIN!!

2 BIG PRIZE DRAWS (500)

10 MONTHLY DRAWS (100)

24 per year payable by standing order, cash or cheque.

Contact Jill or David Wright here.

CENTURION DEVELOPMENT CLUB

I’m sure it will not have escaped your attention that last season we successfully resurrected Hawick Force (our second team) who took all before them and went through the season with only one extremely narrow defeat, in a way that allowed our youngsters to develop into senior rugby players.

With the unparalleled history that Hawick RFC has, it is clear that Super Six is a potential danger for us in the future, where some of our best young elite talent may be taken from us to play for clubs that would not be the first choice of any young Teri.

With that in mind, I reflected upon my last period as President of Hawick RFC where many members and friends of Hawick RFC very kindly donated 500 to start up the Centurion Club. That enabled us to in-gather sufficient funds for Nikki Walker and others, over a 6 year period, to spend specialist time developing the youngsters of Hawick with a view to taking the field in a green jersey.

Now it is even more important to continue that development. The original Centurion funds have all been used up and so I am writing to friends and members alike to ask that you consider making a donation (or series of donations) to the Hawick RFC Centurion Development Club fund. The Centurion Development Club is an exclusive club but open to all, it is exclusive because its funds will be exclusively used for the development of youngsters who will aspire to wear the green jersey, as we bid to develop all of Hawick’s young rugby talent and channel their efforts towards playing on Mansfield Park and joining the Force of Hawick RFC in years to come.

The success of the Force shows us that the youngsters of age range 17 to 24 is thriving in Hawick but as we look around and see that numbers are beginning to dwindle, I reflect upon the fact that youth development is vital to try and keep youngsters interested in rugby and keep their ambition focused on wearing the ancient, and most famous, green jersey.

More here