On May 7, 2015

Support your local hooker!

By Kate Troy

A Rutland player charges Mad River RFC’s defense in the 2014 Keith Page Memorial Rugby Invitional final.

Rugby tournament to benefit Silver Towers camp

May 9 at 8 a.m. — WEST RUTLAND — Rutland Roosters Rugby Football Club is hosting its annual Keith Page Memorial Rugby Tournament on Saturday, May 9 starting at 8 a.m. It’s a free day of rugby featuring teams from throughout New England, plus food and raffles. Proceeds from the day benefit Silver Towers camp, which provides an overnight retreat for those with mental and/or physical disabilities.

The tournament will start at 8 a.m. with the Rutland Roosters playing Black River RFC of Ludlow, Vt. The rugby pitch is located at 600 Marble Street in West Rutland.

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