Drummoyne Rugby Song



Our Song

The Drummoyne Rugby Club Song is sung to the tune of ‘The Marseilles‘ and was written by Bruce Rollo and John McKenna, circa 1971. Traditionally sung at the end of a victorious match, or at Drummoyne Rugby functions. To listen to a version of the Drummoyne Rugby song, sung by “The Highlandairies” [c/o Ray Hill, April 2008] click here.

Verse 1

Drummoyne, the team that means so much to us, displaying greatness today.
We fought like demons all the way, to keep our rivals at bay.

Chorus

Our name is feared throughout the rugby land from the last team to the heads.
We are The Dirty Reds!
We are The Dirty Reds!
Scarlet men are we, our emblem is the “DD”
We are The Dirty Reds!

Verse 2

Now the game is over from another day, come & help us drink the wine.
So join in song and merriment, oh please do not decline.

Chorus

Our name is feared throughout the rugby land from the last team to the heads.
We are The Dirty Reds!
We are The Dirty Reds!
Scarlet men are we, our emblem is the “DD”
We are The Dirty Reds!