Selkirk youth rugby players go for ghoul for Halloween

It’s not often that you see witches and warlocks whizzing down the wing with a rugby ball in hand. Such ghostly goings-on were the order of the day at Philiphaugh on Sunday, though, as Selkirk Rhinos players held their annual Halloween fancy-dress training session. “The youngsters had a great time, with some really imaginative costumes on show,” said Rhinos convener Kirsty Cowens.

Thursday, 31st October 2019, 9:26 am
Updated Thursday, 31st October 2019, 9:27 am
Players in fancy dress at a Halloween-themed Selkirk Rhinos training session.
P3 and P4 group members at a Halloween-themed Selkirk Rhinos training session.

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Coaches Jason Hendrie and Blair Amos join in the fun at a Halloween-themed training session for Selkirk Rhinos.
Youngsters playing rugby at a Halloween-themed Selkirk Rhinos training session.
Players in fancy dress at a Halloween-themed Selkirk Rhinos training session.