Hopefully everyone has come through ‘lock down’ and is ready to start some form of rugby.
Up until very recently no one has had a clue what we are going to be able to do regards training/playing, but things have become clearer in the past week or 2, hence we will be able start non-contact rugby in September and below are the dates we plan to start training and player registration (click here for more details).
|TRAINING SCHEDULE – SEPTEMBER|
|Tue 8th||6 to 7pm||Girls U13’s & U15’s||Training|
|Wed 9th||6.30 to 8pm||Boys U13’s to U16’s||TBC|
|Thu 10th||6.30 to 8pm||U17’s & Colts||TBC|
|Sun 13th||10:30 to 11:30am||U7’s to U10’s||1st Team|
|Sun 13th||10:30 to 11:30am||U11’s & U12’s||2nd Team|
Above are all start dates for training below are a couple of dates where we will join the RFU initiative by playing ‘Ready 4 Rugby’ touch game.
|READY4RUGBY SCHEDULE – SEPTEMBER|
|Sat 12th||Midday to 2pm||U17 & Colts||TBC|
|Sat 12th||2 to 4pm||Seniors||TBC|
|Sun 20th||10:30 to 11:30am||U7’s to U12’s||TBC|
|Sun 20th||Midday to 1pm||U13’s to U16’s||TBC|
We are keeping the number of age groups training on a Sunday to a minimum for obvious reasons, if things go well both at the club and in the wider community we will look to get back to our normal Sundays as and when appropriate.
There will be more information to follow on the various events but for now hopefully this will start getting everyone thinking about rugby.
One final and very important thing, is that when we restart training all players will be required to bring a completed Covid 19 screening form that you can download and print by clicking here. This must be completed and brought with you otherwise your child / children will not be allowed to train. These will then be checked for any changes on subsequent training days.
Thank you and look forward to seeing you all back and enjoying rugby.
WRUFC Youth Rugby Development Officer