Match results

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Fog keeps Bingham Stein

In a rainy match at Franklin Square Park, the Fog fended off Shasta in a 30-20 victory to win the Bingham Stein. Tries were scored by Travis, Johnny, Jared and Daniel. A lot of hard work by the rookies and veterans alike kept Shasta from scoring through most of the second half. The man of the match was Jonny and it was well deserved.

Next game is against Napa (January 16, 2016) and the Fog will try to build upon their success from the Bingham Stein in that game and for the season.

Practice is at Minnie & Lovie Ward field in SF - come out and play with the fog!

Fog Men defeat Shasta, 37-17

The men of Fog Rugby achieved a 37-17 win over Redding’s Shasta Highlanders RFC on Saturday, March 7, marking the Fog’s third win of the 2009 NCRFU season.

In addition to the win, the Fog earned a bonus point in the NCRFU standings due to the margin of victory.

Fog Men prevail over Vallejo, 23-5

The men of the San Francisco Fog scored a 23-5 victory over Vallejo RFC today, garnering their second victory this season.

Fog Rugby sincerely thanks Vallejo for traveling to San Francisco and playing a well-fought match.

Fog Men victorious over Stanislaus

The San Francisco Fog Men prevailed over Modesto’s Stanislaus RFC with heart-felt and technical play to win its first victory in the NCRFU 2009 Season by a score of 27-5. Fog Rugby sincerely thanks the Stanislaus Harlots for traveling to San Francisco and playing a well-fought match.

Four Wins for Fog Rugby! - November 8

The San Francisco Fog prevailed on a day filled with lots of rugby, winning all four of its matches against competition from all over California, including two IGRAB (International Gay Rugby Association and Board) member clubs, the Los Angeles Rebellion and San Diego Armada, and the Sacramento Amazons women’s club. The day was highlighted by the presence of CHEER San Francisco, who provided excitement from the sidelines and pumped up the crowd throughout all of the matches.

The Fog Men’s developmental side started off the day with a 31-0 victory against the San Diego Armada. The Fog Men’s competitive side took the field next and defeated the Los Angeles Rebellion, 21-0. The Fog Women starred in the third match of the day, winning 31-19 against the Sacramento Amazons. Lastly, the Fog prevailed against a combined Los Angeles/San Diego side, 22-3.

The Fog offers thanks to the Sacramento Amazons, the Los Angeles Rebellion, and the San Diego Armada for traveling to San Francisco and playing some great rugby. The Fog also extends sincere thanks to CHEER San Francisco for all their spirit and support throughout the day.

Highlight videos of these matches will be posted on FogTV within the next week.