Kingstone Press National Conference League Division 1 Season 2019
The new season is fast approaching with pre-season training well underway. The NCL has now produced the fixture list for the 2019 season. Please vist the results and fixtures page of this website for more information on dates.
Skirlaugh Life Member Returns as Coach
We are pleased to announce that Neil Hinchsliff has joined our coaching team within the open age section. Neil joins us after successful stints at Hull KR, York & Gateshead. We wish Neil all the very best.
The Open age presentation went really well with plenty of awards for the players & voluteers. e.g Harvey Gotts picked up Man of Steel 2018 and Colin Newton collected the Vice Presidents award for services to Skirlaugh RLFC.
A full photo shoot of the evening and awards presented can be found on the Video & Gallery page on this website.
Fantastic 2018 Skirlaugh RLFC Sportsman Lunch
On behalf of Skirlaugh RLFC the committee would like to thank every one who attended the 2018 Skirlaugh RLFC Sportsman Luncheon at the Royal Hotel, Hull.
Our special guests Iestyn Harris, John Stiles, and Malcolm Lord were on top form, and certainly did not hold back.
We would like to thank Napoleons for sponsoring the sportsman luncheon . Also, club sponsors Bonus Electrical, plus all the many other sponsors who backed the event, and the club financially year on year.
Again thankyou so much for the generosity.
Should you wish to explore more opportunities to get involved with Skirlaugh RLFC please dont hesitate to get in touch with a club representative.
Pre-Season Friendly & GB Legend
Lock Lane Open Age will host Skirlaugh RLFC on 19th January 14.00 ko in there 1st friendly of the 2019 season.
After the game will be followed with a Q&A with Castleford Tigers FC, Leeds Rhinos, Hull & GB legend LeeCrooks
We are proud to present the 2019 New Home & Away Kit
The new designed kits takes Skirlaugh RLFC back to its routes with the red kit being one of the very first kits to be used back in the 1980s.
In the late 80s early 1990s the Black kit was introduced and became a daunting site running out on any rugby pitch.
The Black kit will be used as the No1 Home kit, with the red kit a 3rd strip used when ever a clash is forseeable away from home in the NCL1.