Some Quick Facts
Rugby was born one day back in 1823 when William Webb Ellis picked up a soccer ball in the middle of the game and began running towards his opponents goal line. The game has since evolved into one of the most exciting sports known to the world.
I’ve never played, I have some questions…
Q. Isn’t rugby a sport for large Amazon women?
A. No, rugby has 15 positions, and each position is built for varying size, fitness and speed of players
Q. I’ve never played rugby before, are you sure I should join?
A. Of course, the only way you will learn the game is by playing. We will gladly teach the game. Half of our girls had never played before joining the team.
Q. When are practices and games?
Q. What are the dues?
A. Rookie dues are $25 for your first season
Q. What should I bring to practice?
A. Bring shorts, cleats (without a front-toe spike),a mouthguard, a sturdy shirt and some water. (or H20 if you’d prefer)
Q. Will I get hurt playing?
A. Rugby is a contact sport, and you will certainly get some bumps and bruises. We will teach how to tackle and how to take a tackle to minimize injuries. Safety is our main concern.
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