In season 1996-1997, the Club was playing in the old National League Division 2, often in the shadow of their long-time local rivals, Gordonians.
An ambitious 5-year plan saw the Club rise to Premier 1 in season 2000-2001, thereafter finishing in the top half of this league for 5 seasons before being relegated in 2007.
Premier 1 status was regained in 2010-2011 and consolidated during season 2011-2012 when the Club became members of the new streamlined 10 team Premiership.
In 2012-2013 the club finished 5th in the Premiership, missing out on British & Irish Cup involvement by a single point. The Club did, however, win the Caledonia Cup that season.
In season 2018-2019, the Club won the Scottish National League Cup by defeating Highland RFC 26-10 at Bridgehaugh, Stirling. Read a match report and view highlights by clicking here
The Club currently has around 70 registered players across its 2 senior sides. For Season 2021/2022, the First XV is competing in Tennent’s Premiership while the Second XV are playing in Tennent’s Caledonia North Regional League Division 2.
There are also currently around 275 players across the Club’s successful Juniors (U13-U18) and Mini sections (P1–P7) which are open to both boys and girls.