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The Sunday Telegraph has done an artical on the clubs involvment with RBS Rugby Force on the weekend of the, 17th of March.
Christopher Gibson and Sam Graham of Cartha Queen's Park RFC play for the Glasgow Warriors U16s team against Edunburgh U16s on the 27th of February 2013, Glasgow win 38-24
Cartha Queen's Park Rugby Club are the first club in Glasgow to recive Positive Coaching Scotland Accreditation in conjunction with the Bill McLaren Foundation.
Group A, winning spot still up for grabs.
Hawks Group B Winners
Group C, still an open group.
Scottish Rugby has recently introduced a simplified way for clubs to earn commission through the sale of Scotland match tickets. This new development uses the existing Scottish Rugby On-Line Ticket Centre, but in such a way that allows us to continue to earn valuable commission on the sale of tickets through our club members.
How Does It Work?
Every Club in Scotland is being provided with its own unique URL (i.e. website address) to gain access to the Scottish Rugby On-Line Ticket Centre. This is virtually identical to the existing On-Line Ticket sales process so if you currently use this method of purchase you won’t notice any difference. However, as soon as you enter the site using the web address on this email/letter, the system will automatically match your purchase against our club and immediately allocate the appropriate commission (based on the gross sales value).
The URL for our club is:
When Will the System Start Operating?
The new system will start operating when tickets go on sale on Wednesday 20th April 2011 for Scotland’s 2011 EMC Tests and 2012 RBS 6Nations games. Commission will also be available to our Club for sales of tickets to the Emirates Airlines Edinburgh 7s. You should note that the sale of tickets relating to the biennial Scotland v England game will continue to be processed manually and our club has already received an allocation for the 2012 England game.