75th Anniversary   


PHOTOS FROM THE ANNUAL DINNER 13TH MAY 2006

 Thanks to everybody for their kind generosity, the 'flower raffle' raised 191 (which we will round up to 200) for the Furness General Oncology Unit. 

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PHOTOS FROM THE SPORTSMAN'S DINNER 21ST OCTOBER 2005

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A SELECTION OF PICTURES FROM THE CHAIRMAN'S GAME AND GALA DAY

 SUNDAY 18TH SEPTEMBER 2005

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MATCH REPORTS FOR THE PRESIDENTS GAME AND DAN LOGAN MEMORIAL TOURNAMENT SEPTEMBER 18TH 2005

DAN LOGAN MEMORIAL TROPHY REPORT

Ulverston, Chetwynde and Millom schools fought out a thrilling 7 a side tournament for the Dan Logan Memorial Trophy at the recent BAE Barrow RUFC 75th anniversary celebration day.

  The teams played each other twice with 3 points awarded for a win 2 for a draw and 1 for a defeat.

The Final game of the round robin tournament saw Ulverston needing only to draw to win the tournament out right but Chetwynde fought hard to record a victory by 21 19 .

This left all the teams on 8 points with tries scored and ultimately try difference deciding the winners with Ulverston coming out on top.

All the players deserve credit for the skill, discipline and sportsmanship throughout the tournament

 

Scores

Millom            26 v 19    Chetwynde         +1

Millom           10 v 24     Ulverston             +2

Ulverston        22 v 19     Chetwynde        +1

Millom            22 v 24     Chetwynde         0

Millom             24 v 15     Ulverston            +1

Chetwynde     21 v 19    Ulverston            0

FINAL TABLE

 

P

W

L

pts

Tries scored

Try difference

Ulverston

4

2

2

8

14

2

Millom

4

2

2

8

14

0

Chetwynde

4

2

2

8

13

-2

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 BAE Select XV  V Cumbria President XV

BAE Select XV played a Cumbria President XV in what was a great spectacle for the large crowd gathered to celebrate the 75th anniversary and family gala day.

 The BAE side were mainly home lads but a few guest players were brought in from Furness, Millom and Upper Eden. Knowing the average age of the BAE 'Dad's Army' XV the County President skilfully selected the County U21 squad with a few experienced forwards for guidance.

 Most of the game was free flowing and although the score was close for most of the game the Presidents XV ran out eventual winners by 33 - 17. The score was really not important, what mattered was the players and spectators all enjoyed the occasion and the game of rugby union was the winner. 

For the second day running home skipper Dave Gallagher was always in the action, and home centre Andy Bennett showed up well, along with Colin Niven from Furness.

 BAE would like to thank all the local lads who took part but would especially like to thank the County President, John Owen and all his team who travelled to Barrow from all around the County.