Seattle/OPSB Rugby Football Club is holding our annual Golf Tournament fundraiser on Sunday, April 7th this year at West Seattle Golf Course.
We are looking for sponsors to advertise with us on the day of the tournament. This is a big part of our annual fundraising push and we want to get everyone with an affiliation with the club and a love of the game behind us to promote your business to our players, Old Boys, and to our entire network.
Please contact Fraser Brumell directly at email@example.com
Last Saturday really was a "Rugby Day" for Seattle OPSB RFC. It is rare for the Seattle Orca's to play at home given the No Travel policy institued by the BC Rugby Union this year, it is even rarer for the Orca's to be home at the same time as the Beach Dogs, however on Saturday all the stars aligned and the result was an impressive weekend for the club.
This weekend Seattle OPSB will have 3 home fixtures that features a collegiate curtain raiser between Central Washington University and Western Washington University, all at Magnuson Park (7400 Sandpoint Way).
Seattle Old Puget Sound Beach RFC have appointed former Irish International Justin Fitzpatrick as full time head coach with a twelve month contract effective immediately. This is a significant move by Seattle OPSB RFC as it is in the first time a full time professional has been appointed to coach in American club rugby.
This weekend saw Seattle OPSB play two fixtures in two cities. With one side traveling to Utah in a fixture versus BYU and another side staying in the wet (hail was reported) but comfortable settings of their home pitch Magnuson Park versus ORSU.
The BYU game was won with a last second try, capping the game at 34-30. In Seattle, the squad started the game with a 5-0 deficit but regained their composure in a back and forth hard fought fixture. Final score saw the lads come out on top 26-19 against their down south brethren from ORSU.
A true rarity; Seattle OPSB host back to back weekends of home games.
The O-Club make their way from San Francisco in a two fixture series against Seattle OPSB at Magnuson Park (7400 Sandpoint Way)
4:30pm Seattle OPSB Vs. O-Club I
6:00pm Seattle OPSB Vs. O-Club II
9:00pm Post Game Players and Supporters Function - Paddy Coynes Pier 70
We look forward to seeing you all on the sidelines as we play under the lights at Magnuson park followed by a post game function at Paddy Coynes - Pier 70 (2801 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98121)
ORSU makes the trip from Portland this weekend to play Seattle OPSB for a winter friendly.
The game will kick off at 3:00pm at Magnuson Park (7400 Sand Point Way).
The post game function will be held at Paddy Coynes Irish Pub - Pier 70 (2801 Alaskan Way Seattle, WA 98121) at 5:30pm.
Come on out and help support the Seattle OPSB boys this weekend.
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New head coach Justin Fitzpatrick leads Seattle OPSB to a 38-5 win over the EPA Bulldogs in his debut.
A full game report will follow but congratulations to the team.
Tonight there will be a meet and greet at Paddy Coynes - South Lake Union starting at 8:30pm.
Upon their return from East Palo Alto this Saturday, the men of Seattle OPSB and new head coach Justin Fitzpatrick will be at Paddy Coynes - South Lake for post game meet and greet from 9:00pm on.
Come on out, meet the team and the new coach.
See you on Saturday at Paddy Coynes (1190 Thomas St Seattle, WA 98109)
Game 2 for the USA Division 1 season has Seattle OPSB traveling to East Palo Alto this weekend to take on the EPA Bulldogs.
After a slow start to the season with a loss to San Francisco Golden Gate, Seattle OPSB looks to rebound this weekend.
Seattle OPSB has plenty of talent to choose from this weekend including the return of Kellen Gordon & Jan Linowski return from injury and Stan Moaalii rejoins the team.
Stay tuned for a roster.