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.
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.Read More
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,…Read More
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.…Read More
Help the High School Girls with their fundraising whilst doing your Grocery Shopping. ShopRite cards can be used at any ShopRite or on-line and also make great gifts. Cards are available in $100, $50, $20, $10 or $5 amounts. To place your order In person – Give to Rachel, James or Cheryl Grimaldi. Via email…Read More
Help the women’s team with their fundraising whilst taping into your creative side by painting your own 16×20 masterpiece. When: Saturday February 9th at 7pm-9pm Where: Dover Moose Lodge #541, 21 Sammis Avenue, Dover, New Jersey 07801 Cost: $40 registration includes paint, canvas, brushes, materials and instruction plus Beer, Wine and Snacks are included. Reserve…Read More
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,…Read More
The Harvard of New Jersey left our captain unprepared. Oh, he may have learned the air-speed velocity of an unladen swallow (both African AND European), but his miscalculation of the incubation period of cryptosporidiosis (“crypto”) proved to be the undoing of the Morris Masters on that fateful Saturday in Bayonne, NJ. Morris, you see, had…Read More
In the shadow of the venerable olde Yale Bowl, just a Misty Mountain Hop, skip and a jump down I-91 from the Meriden YMCA camp, the Greys would host the opening palooza of the Fall 2018 season. A decent number of Masters signed up to battle the I-95 traffic to New Haven, but after Wankers…Read More
Ruggers from all over the world gathered to celebrate the date on which Mrs. O’Herlihy dramatically improved the trajectory of Morris’ own Cal O’Herlihy’s life by promising to be with him through the best and worst of times. The latter was exemplified by the performance of the Motley crew with which Cal and several other…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 firstname.lastname@example.org 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…
For the 15th Annual Rudy Kelly Alumni Game on Saturday November 24th we will gather at 12 noon. Dependent on the weather the game may be moved to Mennan so please look out for updates. The current team will play against younger Alumni. This will be followed by periods when we will mix…
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,…