Magnitude 15s Tournament - Day 1 Results

The San Francisco Fog have travelled to Seattle this weekend for the 4th biennial Magnitude 15s tournament hosted by the Seattle Quake Rugby Football Club. The tournament features IGRAB-member rugby clubs from all over North America who face off over a grueling two-day rugby-intensive tournament. The San Francisco Fog fielded an A side and combined their B side players with the San Diego Armada.

The following are Day 1 results:

San Francisco Fog A: 41, Minneapolis Mayhem: 0.
San Francisco Fog A: 17, Los Angeles Rebellion: 0.
San Francisco Fog A: 57, Dallas Diablos: 0.
San Francisco Fog A: victorious over the Seattle Quake B Squad.

Fog B/San Diego Armada: 5, NY Gotham Knights: 29
Fog B/San Diego Armada: 5, Phoenix Storm: 19
Fog B/San Diego Armada: 5, Seattle Quake A: 31

The tournament continues today as the clubs engage in a playoff battle to determine the winner of 2009 Magnitude 15s. Follow the Seattle Quake Magnitude website to get minute-by-minute results of the tournament.

Cheer on the Fog as they vie for the tournament win! Roll Fog Roll!

Beach Touch Rugby - Sat, May 9

The San Francisco Fog is playing touch rugby at Ocean Beach this Saturday from 11am until 1pm-2pm. Whether you’re new to the sport, looking for something fun to do, and/or wanting to get in some fitness, make sure to come out and join us!

You can find us at the most Northern point of Ocean Beach near the Cliff House and the Great Highway-Balboa intersection. See the Google Maps below for specific location.

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Fog Rugby to Host 2 National Tourneys

The San Francisco Fog RFC is pleased and honored to announce that we will host two prestigious national rugby tournaments later this year.

First up is the Women’s Sevens National Invitational Tournament, slated for August 14-16, 2009. Held on Treasure Island in San Francisco Bay, the Women’s Sevens Nationals brings together sixteen teams to determine which is the best women’s 7s side in the country.

Dana Creager, fresh from the USA national team, will coordinate the invitations and seedings of the Sevens tourney. The event coincides with the Men’s USA National Seven’s Championship, which will be hosted by San Francisco Golden Gate RFC.

Then, on November 6-8, 2009, the same Treasure Island location will be host to the USA Rugby Women’s Club Championships. It’s here that the 2009 national women’s champions in Super League, Division I, and Division II will be determined.

The pitches of the Gaelic Athletic Association will serve as the venue for both events, with Fog Rugby’s own Job Corp Field in service as a warmup and practice pitch.

Rugby School House at Truck

Come join in the the ruckin’ & rollin’ on Wednesday, April 15, at Truck from 7PM til closing. Hosted by the Fog Rugby, Rugby School House will be in session with international and local rugby matches being played on the big screen.

Wear your favorite team’s rugby jersey and receive a discount on your pitcher of beer! (Actually, that’ll work with any rugby jersey…so break ‘em out boys!)

Rugby School House aims to invite a weekly gathering of ruggers, friends, and fans of “the game they play in heaven” to unwind, watch some rugby together, talk about the game, drink and be merry, and raise awareness about some of Fog Rugby’s favorite charities.

Truck is located at the corner of 15th and Folsom Streets in San Francisco (website / map & directions).

Jock Sundays at LOOKOUT

This Sunday, April 11 (Easter Sunday), Fog Rugby is back again as the host of Jock Sundays at Lookout, high above Market Street in the Castro. The men and women of the Fog will be on-hand to sell raffle tickets, raising money to benefit — Fog Rugby!

Jock Sundays at LOOKOUT is a weekly Sunday afternoon/early evening, high-energy jump fueled by a rotating cast of top name DJs. Packed every Sunday with hot, sweaty, jocular boys — and girls — Jock is all-star!

The party starts at 3pm and there’s a suggested $2 donation at the door.

Lookout is located at 3600 16th St (corner of Market & Noe). More info at their website.