SECOND XV LOSE FOR THE FIRST TIME IN 26 - READ MORE
BAY EDGE SK WALMERS - READ MORE
SLA2014 WEEK 1 WRAP - READ MORE
BAY OIL THE COGS - READ MORE
FALSE BAY CROCKS vs GOODWOOD - READ MORE
HELDERBERG FRIENDLY RESULTS - READ MORE
BAY OFF TO A RUSTY START - READ MORE
SECOND XV COACHES SHOULD BE HAPPY - READ MORE
CLUB100 ROOFWETTING - READ MORE
GARY COETZEE: A TRAGIC INJURY - READ MORE
THE SCENE IS SET - READ MORE
FALSE BAY HARD AT WORK - READ MORE
DIMITRI CATRAKILIS - READ MORE
FAREWELL & WELCOME - READ MORE
BAY CROWN - READ MORE
2013 CHAMPIONS - READ MORE
FBRFC AGM - READ MORE
THE BAY - READ MORE
MAX PRICE TROPHY - READ MORE
MATTHEW NAPOLEON - READ MORE
PRE-SEASON FIXTURES - READ MORE
THE JOURNEY - READ MORE
SKINSTAD & QUIRK ENTHRALL CLUB100
In what many identified as the best Club100 Meeting to date, veteran broadcasting personality Trevor Quirk enthralled an audience of well over one hundred as he led the enigmatic and everyone’s favourite-boy-next-door-cum-pin-up-rugby-player/businessman, Bob Skinstad through a Q&A session at The Bay on April 23.
SEVEN FROM SEVEN !!!! This past Friday was one of mixed emotion , many saying there last farewells to friend & club stalwart Mark Seaward , whilst on the field , our 5ths did well to hold onto a win after dominating the first half against UCT.
SECOND XV BACK ON WINNING TRAIL
It’s April 26th and the Bay Second XV head on down to Kuils River for their third fixture of 2014. The team kicked off at 2:45pm ready to give the boys from Kuils River a go. A minute’s silence was held to pay respects to Mark Seeward, a true False Bay alumni. The players wore black armbands too.
BAY DISMANTLE KUILS RIVER
False Bay RFC stood up from a first minute try and early onslaught to subdue a determined home team in their 47-10 victory over Kuils River on Saturday. The half time score was 19-10.
MATIES PICKPOCKET A VICTORY OVER STOR-AGE FALSE BAY
Stellenbosch University had to pull out all the stops and more to exit the field of contest victorious in their match against Stor-Age False Bay RFC at the Danie Craven Stadium on Saturday. The final score was 19-18 to the students after they led 7-6 at the break.
WHAT A WEEKEND.
What a great weekend of rugby , no doubt it would have been greater if things had gone our way on Saturday but one cannot but BE PROUD of our performances this weekend.