MORRIS MASTER'S RUGBY
Morris Masters is a collection of old boys who still wear the jersey of Morris Rugby, but may be either a little on in years or unable to train as hard as they once did when they were a little younger ... OR BOTH.
WHY IS MY EARWAX BLACK? Going to work this week, I took out my earbuds when I got to the Port Authority, and discovered they were not a golden brown, but a dull black. Vestiges of our swamp-fest 10 days earlier. The pitch was so sloppy that the mud got everywhere. I heard an anecdotal…Read More
LIONS WIN 2!!! Well, it was the Village Lions and not the Morris Lions, but why quibble over details. For the 2.5 times out of 3, Papi was correct. With the great Oyster Bay to our right, Long Island Sound to our left, we would kick off on a sun splattered field nestled onto a…Read More
MASTERS GAIN FIRST VICTORY OF THE SEASON! First and foremost, I would like to state that we did NOT play Montclair. Maybe it’s me, but when Montclair states that “Morris Sucks”, I take it to mean they do not like our Morris County values. Papi’s weather prediction was spot-on. The weather WAS perfect for rugby. …Read More
MORRIS MASTERS FIRST GAME OF THE 2016 SEASON 6 Nations has passed. Easter has passed. My gas has passed. It means that the true harbinger of Spring has come – a dropkick beneath the Triboro Bridge to start the Masters season. It means Papi’s first muster. It means my first match report of the season,…Read More
If you shop at Shop-Rite this is an easy way to support our High School Girls team. They receive 5% of the gift card amount. The gift cards also make great gifts for others and/or can be used when doing your own holiday food shopping. Just email Cheryl Grimaldi at email@example.com or complete the form.
This past week so the completion of another successful program for Pathways Flag Rugby. Players from the Morris Rugby High School Girls and Boys teams were Mentors for the program. (Emilia, Megan, Sophia, Rachel and Turner are pictured above) The program is run by Jan Moran and teaches kids from ages 4-8 flag rugby over…
A cold and windy Saturday morning in November saw the Morris Lions High School Boys team turn out to help the Denville Beatification Department with the Canna bulb harvest. The boys, assisted by Head Coach Karl Matthews, worked hard for 3 hours to dig, lift and remove the large leaves of the plants. Meanwhile Andrea…
It was Long Island’s turn to host the Olde Boy Palooza. But L.I. Ralph was not there!! My Mom always used to say that apple pie without cheese is like a hug without a squeeze. This was a very similar situation, but I am too lazy to think of a word that rhymes with Ralph,…