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Welcome to CRFC U10'S

Under 10’s is for all children age 9/10 (school year 5 in September 2017) and we welcome all new players throughout the season.

This is the season where children start develop their contact skills and get to grips with scrums (3 man, uncontested) as well as learning to ruck and maul the ball.

We embrace the ‘rugby for all’ ethos at this club which means we will look for players to play in a variety of tournaments and festivals throughout the season.

If you would like to come along, please ensure that your child has studded boots, a drink, a snack and clothing to suit the conditions.

In the interests of safety and appropriate behaviour, we would remind parents that they (or another nominated adult) are required to remain at the club during the training sessions/matches although this can be done in the comfort of our clubhouse with a hot drink and a bacon roll.

Our dedicated coaches promote skills development, teamwork whilst teaching the basics of contact rugby, and of course to have fun and enjoy this all inclusive sport!

Any parent, player, ex-player wishing to get involved as a coach, first-aider, etc. is welcome and encouraged. Support and training is available and all help is deeply appreciated. We work closely with the players and coaches of both the Senior and Junior teams - it’s all part of our one club ethos.

Contact a member of the coaching team below or feel free to turn up.

Club Kit - Players will require blue shorts, red socks and a club shirt (available through the club shop). Rugby boots should be worn with kite marked studs. Coaches will make regular stud checks and it is recommended that you bring alternative footwear for players to wear after training, particularly as studs are not allowed in the clubhouse. Please note football type ‘blades’ are not allowed. Gum Shields are also a requirement for contact rugby, it suggested you start with a cheap mouth guard as the children do like chew them, these are readily available at major sports stores. Rugby is an all-weather sport and we will train throughout the winter, therefore we recommend ‘skins’ on colder days to provide an extra layer of warmth, along with weatherproof training tops. A woolly hat is a useful addition as is a nice warm layer to put on after training!

U10s Coaching and Admin Team

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About the team

<p>Under 10’s is for all children age 9/10 (school year 5 in September 2017) and we welcome all new players throughout the season.</p><p>This is the season where children start develop their contact skills and get to grips with scrums (3 man, uncontested) as well as learning to ruck and maul the ball.</p><p>We embrace the ‘rugby for all’ ethos at this club which means we will look for players to play in a variety of tournaments and festivals throughout the season.</p><p>If you would like to come along, please ensure that your child has studded boots, a drink, a snack and clothing to suit the conditions.</p><p>In the interests of safety and appropriate behaviour, we would remind parents that they (or another nominated adult) are required to remain at the club during the training sessions/matches although this can be done in the comfort of our clubhouse with a hot drink and a bacon roll.</p><p>Our dedicated coaches promote skills development, teamwork whilst teaching the basics of contact rugby, and of course to have fun and enjoy this all inclusive sport!</p><p>Any parent, player, ex-player wishing to get involved as a coach, first-aider, etc. is welcome and encouraged. Support and training is available and all help is deeply appreciated. We work closely with the players and coaches of both the Senior and Junior teams - it’s all part of our one club ethos.</p><p>Contact a member of the coaching team below or feel free to turn up.</p><p>Club Kit - Players will require blue shorts, red socks and a club shirt (available through the club shop). Rugby boots should be worn with kite marked studs. Coaches will make regular stud checks and it is recommended that you bring alternative footwear for players to wear after training, particularly as studs are not allowed in the clubhouse. Please note football type ‘blades’ are not allowed. Gum Shields are also a requirement for contact rugby, it suggested you start with a cheap mouth guard as the children do like chew them, these are readily available at major sports stores. Rugby is an all-weather sport and we will train throughout the winter, therefore we recommend ‘skins’ on colder days to provide an extra layer of warmth, along with weatherproof training tops. A woolly hat is a useful addition as is a nice warm layer to put on after training!</p><p>U10s Coaching and Admin Team</p>

Training

Upcoming

September 2019
Sun, Sep 22
Training
10:00 - 12:00
Sun, Sep 29
Training
10:00 - 12:00
October 2019
Sun, Oct 6
Training
10:00 - 12:00
Contact
Officials
Wil Rockall
U10's Head Coach
Wil Rockall
Dan Martin
U10's Coach
Dan Martin
Tony Frank
U10's Coach
Tony Frank

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