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           Minor Rugby (Under 7- Under 11)

 

'This is the starting point for rugby.  The U7 and U9 groups use flags and the U11 groups lose the flags and have a transition to contact.  Skills are taught weekly and there is a progression involved as an individual moves up the ranks.  Tournaments and festivals are the main avenue that the practiced skills are put into play.  Skills such are backward passing, running with the ball and introduction to tackling (U11 only) are taught.  As was said before, each group develops what was learned in previous years.  However, missing U7 does not stop progression. (Wave Code of Conduct, Emergency Action Plan, minor rugby information)

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           Junior Rugby (Under 13 plus)

At this level, the game starts to take on more structure, and positions become more important.  Rucks and scrums become a part of the game. Tackling and ball handling, defence and passing take on a greater emphasis and skills are further taught and developed.

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           Women's Rugby 19+ (Banshees)

 

The women's team is known as the Banshees.  They are a competitive rugby team and are in the NRU 'B' division.

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           Men's Rugby 19-35 (Barbarians)

 

The men's team is known as the Barbarians.  They are a competitive rugby team in the NRU 'B' division

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          Men's Rugby 35+ (Master's)

 

This men's team is similar to the Barbarians but is less 'competitive'.  They are all plus 35 years of age and are affectionately known as the 'ole boys'.