Stirling County Award Winners Return - Player Announcement - Stirling County Rugby Football Club

Stirling County Award Winners Return – Player Announcement

Last year’s County award winners, Connor Gordon and Craig Robertson, continue to remain in the Stirling County Super6 team and we look forward to their performances this year. 

Last year, Connor was awarded both the Player’s Player award and the Man of Steel award for his efforts throughout the Super6 season. 

Craig Jardine was also an award winner, winning the Breakthrough Player of the Year award, sponsored by Kilgannon Motors, for his contribution and performance throughout the season. 

Looking ahead to this season, Connor Gordon, said,

“I am really excited for the upcoming season. I think the team has evolved a lot since the first season of Super6 and I think this season could be really exciting for us. 

We’ve built a solid foundation from the last two seasons.  We’ve got a core group of players who have played in Super6 previously and quite a few new boys that I think will make us very promising for the season. I’m excited to see the younger boys in the team express themselves at this level. I have high expectations for us as a team this season.”

Craig Jardine commented,

“The group of boys performed well last season and got some good wins. We are looking forward to building on last year’s performances and be in the fight for the top spot in the league. Our squad is looking good with lots of depth and talent, and I believe we will be a tough team to beat throughout the season!”

Ben Cairns, Head Coach, said,

“It’s fantastic to announce the re-signing of two of our outstanding performers from last season and to do so alongside our long term sponsor Kilgannon. Kilgannon’s support of the club has been tangible for both Jardy and Connor. Jardy has come through County’s youth section, of which Kilgannon is a big supporter, so it was fitting that Jardy picked up the award sponsored by Kilgannon last season. As a local garage they also help support the players’ transportation needs and the way they have continually assisted Connor in particular, in this regard has been first class.”