All players no matter their age or ability want to participate in some form of competitive game. To cater for this the shape of the game for each successive age group must take into account the ability, attitude and maturity level of the players so that all can participate purposefully.
This will take the form of Small Sided Team games. A non-contact form of rugby called Tag at U7 & U8 and then as children progress and develop their skills they can go on to play Mini Rugby (9 a-side or less at U9 and U10).
A number of fixtures and festivals will be arranged against other clubs, there must be a balance between games and practice/teaching sessions. These games are in the main Tag, Mini or Midi rugby, however, all games whether they be within the club training sessions or fixtures/festivals against other clubs will be played under the rules of the RFU Rugby Continuum. All practice/teaching/training sessions will only be structured as outlined in the rules of the RFU Continuum.
All new players welcome. Contact email@example.com or feel free to turn up at a training session.