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2018 Executives Announced - AGM

President - Brent Allum
Vice President - Mike Loney
Secretary - Jessica Fitzpatrick
Treasurer - Haley Lobreau
Fields - Owen Hagan
Junior Rugby - Danny Smith
Kit/Senior Player Rep - Tyler Jury
Social Rep - Ashley-Justine Bonnett

If you are interested in helping out with executive initiatives in any way, contact any one of the members and we will get you in touch with the right people!

COACHING CLINICS- March/April 2016

COACHING CLINICS UPCOMING: 
Contact Rugby Manitoba at youthdev@rugbymanitoba.com for more information on how to register for these programs or if you are interested in getting rugby programming in your area please contact our office at ExecutiveDirector@rugbymanitoba.com
 click the image above to register.


Rugby Manitoba Coaching Clinic Registration now open!
Competition Intro – March 12 & 13 – 8:30 a.m. – 5 p.m. – Winnipeg
Community Initiation – March 19 – 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.

The Rugby Combine- High School athletes


REFEREES NEEDED!


Brandon Barbs Youth Rugby


 The BBRFC Youth Program runs from ages 5-9 yrs for flag (non-contact) at a cost of $60.00. Junior (contact) runs from ages 10-13 yrs at a cost of $85.00. This season, we are "opening" our registration to 14 yr old players. They will be registered as Junior (contact) at a fee of $85.00. This will be a developement/skills program to ready the players prior to their High school programs in the Spring. 

For more information, contact Mel Tallant-Townsend @ meltallant@yahoo.ca

11th Annual John Keogh High School Tourney Cancelled

To all,
 
It is with great disappointment that we are officially canceling the 11th Annual John Keogh Rugby Festival.  The first time in 11 seasons we have to cancel the festival due to the long winter and snow levels on the field.  I know this is a useful tool to help teach the players the game, but we have to react to this adversity the best way possible and also in a positive manner.
 
I highly recommend you do everything possible to prepare your players for the upcoming season and utilize resources around you.
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