Due to the withdrawal of North Meck, Providence put together a series of scrimmages against South Meck and Myers Park. After the Panther’s A-side lost to South Meck 5-43 in week 1, they hit the field with renewed confidence and were ready to roll. Panther 8-man Jeffrey Smith scored the only try of the night… Read More
A young Providence Panthers played their first game of the 2021 season against the South Meck Sabres. In a 5-43 loss, team captain and fly-half Zach Martindale scored the only Providence try. Open-side flanker Will Mahaffey led the team in tackles with 10.
The Providence Rugby Club defeated South Meck 22-18 to win the “State Plate” at Rocky River High School. The win avenged an earlier regular-season loss and assured Providence 3rd Place in the NC High School Rugby Association. After starting off the season hot, with four consecutive wins, injuries mounted and the team suffered three losses…. Read More
Fri, March 24, 2017 CHARLOTTE– The Providence Panthers Rugby Football Club suffered their second loss of the season at the hand of the South Mecklenburg Sabres 24-48. “We just made too many stupid mistakes and weren’t able to capitalize on our opportunities. We had good possession of the ball, but our size got the… Read More
CHARLOTTE– The Providence Panthers Rugby Football Club rebounded from their first loss last week by beating the East Meck Eagles 62-19. Fri, Feb 24,2017 “I’m very glad we came out here and made up for that disappointing loss last week against Hough. Tonight was a statement game, and we showed that we are still a championship… Read More
Fri, Feb 17, 2017 CHARLOTTE– The Providence Panthers Rugby Football Club suffered their first loss of the season to the Hough Huskies 14-15 this past Friday. “We just made too many stupid mistakes and weren’t able to capitalize on our opportunities. We had possession of the ball for at least 80 percent of the… Read More
Sat, Feb 11, 2017 GREENSBORO– The Providence Panthers Rugby Football Club kept their undefeated season alive with a 55-5 victory over the Northwest Guilford Vikings. “We got off to great start with Mayo’s try in the first couple minutes, but I feel we got too confident after that. It was a while before we… Read More
CHARLOTTE– The Providence Panthers Rugby Football Club opened their 2017 spring schedule with a 53-7 win over the Rocky River Ravens. “We got off to a fairly slow start today, but after our first try, picked up the tempo considerably and by halftime, everyone seemed to be working together,” said team captain Glenn Tarry. “Once… Read More