Preston Lodge Former Pupil Rugby Football Club are a rugby union side based in Prestonpans in East Lothian, Scotland. Formed in 1929, they currently play in BT National League Division 2
The club formed in 1929/30 with Dr. Boyle as its first president and originates from the roots of Preston Lodge High School, formed in 1924. This connection is still going strong today. The club fields teams at every age group primary 1-7, secondary 1-3, U16, U18. As well as fielding 2 senior XV's. The Club has formed links over the years with United Pirates - a club in New Zealand and Balmy Beach rugby club in Toronto, Canada. This has allowed for the exchange of players and coaching techniques.
A number of PLRFC players have played age group rugby for Scotland and gaining many caps for their country. The most recent and successful players to do this are Scott Murray and Allan Jacobsen, both played for Edinburgh and Scotland.
PL recorded an amazing season in 2013/14, winning the East Regional Division 1 Championship remaining unbeaten throughout the whole league, winning 18 out of 18 games.
In 2014/2015 PL gained promotion for the 3rd season running, finishing 2nd in BT National 3 and gaining automatic promotion to BT National 2 for the 2015/16 season.