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.
Some may have been to Honolulu and spent some time on Waikiki Beach. Others may have been to New York City and spent some time on Randall’s Island. Only the luckiest of us have been to both. As a public service, I offer this travelogue for you to decide where your next vacation destination should…Read More
a Bris Kit sandwich . . . . . . or a pulled pork sandwich. . on second thought, I’ll stick with chicken. What does this have to do with rugby? Absolutely nothing, just a reaction to Jeff Gresack regaling 3 goys and a guy for 2 hours each way about his experiences with life…Read More
In the world of sport, the hat trick is the mark of a great performance by an individual athlete. It is rarely achieved. Rarer still, but not as desired, is the Golden Sombrero in baseball, signifying individual lack of performance. But for all these achievements, the rarer-est is the cherished Yamulke Trick. This is when…Read More
The scions of Babe were no stranger to leadership. On this glorious sun-splattered day in Denville, these descendants would lead a procession of melted pig fat tendrils up into the atmosphere to waft their ways to the ever hungering crowd. It was opening day for the 2016-2017 Tri-State Rugby Palooza season. The jambalaya recipe had…Read More
ELVIRA THE ALBINO RHINO AND THE GOOGOLTEENTH ANNUAL JIM MCCLOSKEY MEMORIAL CANOE TRIP BEEP . . . BEEP . . . BEEP. Samuel Adams. Brewer. Patriot. The twin diesel exhausts competed with the leaf-blower whines for audio supremacy on this otherwise quiet morning in the sleepy Bergen County town. Neighbors yawned nonplussed as they came…Read More
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
Got sneakers? Don’t throw them away! We’re running a sneaker drive and need them. We’ll earn $1.00 per every pair collected, and will go to our girls teams. Just bring your sneakers to the Dover Moose Lodge 541 on Saturday March 16, 2019 between 9 am and 2 pm. Molded cleats are accepted too.
The Morris Lions High School Boys travelled once again to the 16th Annual Carolina Ruggerfest. The event, with four games played over the first weekend in March, provides a great opportunity for some pre-season rugby. Of the twenty-one players in the squad there were a few experienced players along with graduates up from the U14’s,…
Morris Rugby will be marching in the St Patrick’s Day parade in Morristown on Saturday March 9th. Come along and join in the fun. Wear your Morris Gear or your Irish Green. We will be meeting at the parking lot of the Town Hall at 11.30. Please enter from the back entrance from Franklin Street.…
THIS HAS BEEN POSTPONED DUE TO WEATHER ~ NEW DATE IS WED., FEB. 27th!!! The High School and U14 girls are holding a fundraiser at Buffalo Wild Wings on Wednesday, February 27th at 343 Mount Hope Avenue, Rockaway. 11am -11pm Bring some friends, enjoy good wings and help the girls with their fundraising. For every…
Kat Ramage, a former Morris high school girls player and current Dartmouth player, has been named to the new Women’s Eagles (15’s) 2019 Performance Squad. Congratulations Kat!