CLUB NEWS

EDINBURGH FLY HIGH IN THE BATTLE OF THE EAGLES!

Edinburgh Eagles (30) 46 Tries: Canakaivata (3), Tawanayavulala, Waibuta, Robertson, Bete, Mair, Taylor. Goals: Williams (2) Clarke (2) Tawanayavulala (1) Wallsend Eagles (10) 28 Man of the Match: Orisi Waibuta Edinburgh Eagles travelled to Wallsend to play their first North East Rugby League (NERL) fixture since 2019 in Round One of this year’s league competition….

IT’S AN ALL EAGLES AFFAIR!

Tomorrow, Saturday 7th May 2022 marks the return of the NERL season and what better way to kick off the campaign with an all Eagles affair. Edinburgh Eagles return to the North East for the first time since being crowned champions in 2019, following the hiatus due to Covid and they will be looking to…

EAGLES BACK THE RFL ENJOY THE GAME CAMPAIGN!

Ahead of the 2022 playing season, Edinburgh Eagles are fully committed to supporting the RFL’s Enjoy the Game campaign. Enjoy the Game is for everyone involved in Rugby League – Players, Coaches, Match Officials, Volunteers / Administrators and Spectators – in every club from Superleague to Community clubs like Edinburgh Eagles. By adopting Enjoy the…

GILL APPOINTED DIRECTOR OF RUGBY

Edinburgh Eagles are delighted to announce that Martyn Gill has joined the board of Edinburgh Eagles as Director of Rugby ahead of the 2022 playing season.Martyn, from Yorkshire, has extensive experience of business and project management backed with a good Rugby League pedigree of having coached at Castleford Tigers, Newcastle Thunder and most recently in…

EAGLES SECURE SECOND

In the final game of the regular season, Edinburgh Eagles travelled to fellow North East league newcomers West View Warriors in the knowledge that anything but losing would guarantee second place in the table and, more importantly, a home tie in the first round off the play-offs. For Hartlepool-based West View, this game was equally…

EAGLES SHOW THEIR TALONS

On Saturday gone, the Edinburgh Eagles produced a dominant display against a spirited Durham Tigers in the last home game of the regular season. The Eagles however still face a tough trip to fourth-placed West View Warriors this coming weekend, where avoiding defeat will see the reigning Scottish champions secure second place in their debut…

EAGLES STRIKE LATE TO TAKE WIN

Saturday saw Edinburgh Eagles face their namesakes Wallsend at Royal High, in the first round of the North East Cup. The game was a repeat of last years final which saw the Eagles from south of the border take home the trophy after a hard fought 36-28 win so, the Scottish Eagles were out for…

MAIR MAGIC FOR EAGLES

With more than 25 registered players unavailable for one reason or another, Edinburgh Eagles were a little short of numbers for the weekend’s trip to Catterick. Two late withdrawals meant that the team travelled with only 15, five short of a full match day squad, for the first away game of the season. Debuts were…