Scottish Rugby aims to facilitate local friendly fixtures in the months ahead at a time when it is safe to do so.
The Petronas Sprinta Racing rider will now be able to enjoy a well-earned of rest, before preparations start for the 2021 season.
Sessions are taking place at the 4G pitch at Oban high on Saturdays 10.00 – 11.30am.
Rain or shine, hot or cold, Fort William FC Juniors coach Ollie Stephen pledged to run at least 5km per day, every day, for 366 days (2020 being Leap year).
Results of the final of the musical shoot-out were revealed at 2.15pm on Saturday afternoon
‘We want to show our support for the sport, and the Camanachd Association, at an
extremely difficult time,’ said George Fraser, chief executive of Tulloch Homes.
‘I’m gutted to have finished the race early,’ said John.
Further sessions will take place on Thursdays and Mondays for the development, junior and fitness squads.
Groups are already working hard to ensure next season is equally successful
Fun Day helped raise cash for two charities dear to the heart of the town: RNLI and The Fishermen’s Mission.