Reyner Kennedy will remain Stirling Wolves captain for the upcoming FOSROC Super Series Championship.
The Hooker, who returned from injury to captain the side through the spring Sprint Series, has played at Bridgehaugh for 17 years having joined the youth sections from Hillfoots RFC at the age of 13.
Born in Stirling, Kennedy was the Wolves’ first ever captain for the inaugural Super 6 season back in 2019 having previously captained Stirling County Men’s First XV.
He will be assisted throughout the season by Vice-Captains Marcus Holden and Connor Gordon, both of whom have captained the side previously.
Should all 3 feature in the Wolves’ first home game of the season v Ayrshire Bulls at Bridgehaugh next Friday night they will bring their accumulative appearance total to 100 games.
Reyner Kennedy said: “The privilege of leading this squad and being captain of the Stirling Wolves is something I will never take for granted.
“The characters that we have in this group makes it an extremely enjoyable environment to be part of and I can tell that playing for the Wolves and representing Stirling County means just as much to them as it does to me.”
“I couldn’t ask for two better men to be my vice-captains. Both Marcus and Connor lead by example on and off the field and make my job a lot easier.
“I think we made some great progress during the Sprint Series and the attitude and effort I’ve seen from the entire squad during pre-season brings confidence that we can improve even more over the course of the upcoming Championship.”