Andy McCreadie Obituary, Death – We are sorry to inform you of the passing of Andy McCreadie, who was a former captain of the 1st team. Andy was a longtime member of our team. It is with a heavy heart that we have to break this news to you, but it is necessary. During the year 1972, “Andy Mac” served as captain of both the 1st XV and the 2nd XV, which were, at the time, the two highest levels of competition. An electric scrum half who possessed a high level of intelligence and played rugby right up until the middle of his 40s. While he was playing for the Stags and Staggerers, he made a lot of friends who have remained in his life for the rest of it.
These friends have been there for him through thick and thin. These close friends have stood by his side through every difficult situation. We have a strong suspicion that if he had played for the Stags throughout their entire history, his total number of appearances would place him very close to the top of the all-time record for caps. This is because his total number of appearances would place him very close to the top of the all-time record for appearances. We are thinking of Chrissie, John and Alex, Sarah and Sam, and his grandchildren Percy, Clemmie, Ettie, and Dottie. Our hearts go out to you all. Our deepest condolences go out to each and every one of them at this time.
On behalf of the committee, the players, and all of the members of Huntingdon & District RUFC, please accept our sincerest condolences. We are truly sorry for the loss that you have suffered. On Wednesday, November 30, at 11:30 in the morning, the Thanksgiving Service will be held at the St. Thomas a Becket Church in Ramsey, which is located in the PE261DD postcode.