Heath Age Grade Rugby

HEATH AGE GRADE RUGBY UPDATE


Welcome to the Heath RUFC Age Grade Rugby.  On here you’ll find some useful information about our teams, the coaches and how to get involved.

Age Grade Rugby ensures that every player is able to enjoy rugby in a safe environment where they can develop their personal and social skills as well as a wide array of transferable multi-sports skills. This results in their holistic development as well as their life long involvement in rugby and other sports.

Age Grade Rugby is the game for all players aged 6 – 18 in clubs and within the representative pathway and it incorporates the rules of play, regulation, competition formats and the structure of the season.

It is based on the principles of player centred, development driven and competition supported with the wants and needs of young people at its heart.

At Heath RUFC we are proud to run the following age grades:

-    Under 8s (tag)
-    Under 9s
-    Under 10s
-    Under 11s
-    Under 14s
-    Under 16s

As players progress through the age grades more laws of the game are introduced to support player development.  More details of this can be found on here .

Here at Heath we are justifiably proud of our committment to Child Safeguarding please click the link to see our Safeguarding Policy Document: Safeguarding Policy Document.  Link.

 

The 2021/22 Season

After a difficult 18 months Heath RUFC are looking forward to a busy 2021/22 season.  The fixture list is getting full, although there are still slots that can be filled.

More importantly we are looking to recruit new players.  If you know of boys or girls (girls are able to play mixed rugby to u11s), then please get in touch with Alistair Gordon (contacts page here).  We intend to start pre-season mid August with training on Sundays (all age groups) and Wednesdays (u14s & 16s only).

We will also be taking the opportunity to hold some curtain raisers when the 1st XV are hosting local derby games.

Finally if anyone is keen to get involved with coaching don’t hesitate to get in touch, also, with Alistair Gordon.