The San Francisco Fog Men’s competitive and developmental sides square off against Berkeley RFC at 1pm this upcoming Saturday, November 15 at our home pitch on Treasure Island. Come on out to cheer on the Fog!
Place: Treasure Island on the corner of Avenue D & 9th Street
Date: Saturday, November 22
Time: Kickoff at 1pm
The San Francisco Fog Men’s competitive and developmental sides travel to Reno, Nevada to square off in two matches against the University of Nevada Wolfpack Rugby in Reno. Both games will be played in the evening under the lights.
Come out to Reno this weekend to support the Fog if you can, or cheer them on at home! Roll Fog Roll!!
Place: UN-Reno Campus
Date: Saturday, November 15
Time: Kickoff of first match at 6pm
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.
Members of the San Francisco Fog Rugby Football Club participated in a grass-roots Protest March against the passage of Proposition 8 in California on the evening of Friday, November 7, 2008. The march started at the United Nations Plaza in downtown San Francisco, proceeded down Market Street and snaked through the Castro Neighborhood, ending up at Dolores Park.