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Abby Kukri Sevens Schedule

chin sevens 2013.jpgThe Abbotsford Kukri Sevens are upon us on August 3 at Exhibition Park. We are excited as we get ready to watch 20 teams in three divisions compete on three fields over the course of the day. Having teamed up with the Agrifair, Exhibition Park will be bustling with activity and we hope that the rugby tournament and field-side beer garden will add to the entertainment.

Games begin at 9:30am with finals finishing at 6pm. Abbotsford has four teams in the tournament, including an elite men's and women's, as well as Finnegan's and Phoenix, two social men's sides. Come down and enjoy the tournament and the fair! Discount fair tickets can be purchased through Chris Farley at Mouatfrom 8am-noon on Saturday morning - $10 for adult and $8 for youth.

 Download a copy of the Schedule here (pdf format)

Abbotsford Rugby Kukri 7's Tournament

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Sevens

Saturday, August 3

Exhibition Park, Abbotsford

Come and join us for the 2013 Abbotsford Kukri 7’s in Abbotsford during the Agri-fair! It’s a great rugby tournament, but so much more. With a fair, rides, exhibits, a rodeo, beer gardens, concerts and more, it is fun for rugby patrons and the whole family.

 

Abbotsford Rugby Camp

For young athletes looking to improve their rugby skills, there is an Abbotsford Rugby Camp happening July 2-5 at Yale for players age 11-15. Former Canada players Scott Hunter and Ryan McWhinney will be involved with the camp and look foward to working with young rugby players through the games based camp.

What: Abbotsford Rugby Camp
Who: Students ages 11-15
When: July 2-5, 9am-2pm
Where: Yale Secondary
Cost: $140 ($125 if registered by Friday, June 21) - includes a t-shirt, ball and pizza lunch on Friday
Instructors: Scott Hunter, Ryan McWhinney
Registration: contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for registration pamphlet

Aaron Flagg Selected to Canada

FlaggAbbotsford Rugby Club product Aaron Flagg has been selected to the Canadian senior men's team who square off against Japan on Wednesday, June 19. The 6'4, 250lb lock/prop Chilliwack product made the move to Victoria in the early spring to train with the national group. Luckily for Abbotsford, he made the rare choice to stay loyal to his local club, making the weekend trips to train Thursday and play on Saturdays until the conclusion of season in May. His hard work has paid off, earning him his first potential cap in Japan as an impact sub.

ARFC Elects 2013-14 Executive

arfc logoThe Abbotsford Rugby Club had its annual general meeting on May 30 and voted in a new executive group for the 2013-14 season. After two successful years, Todd Di Guistini has stepped down from president due to work commitments. Chris Farley, Mouat teacher and rugby coach, as well as Abbotsford men's assistant coach, was elected as the new club president. Jerusha Dunsmore was elected into the role of Vice President. Youngster Bryce Hewko is a new member at large, who demonstrated his commitment to the club during recent renovations and as the first mini-rugby player to move through all of our youth programs and play men's. The executive is full of strong leaders and the group looks forward to another successful year for the club. Please read on to view the 2013-14 ARFC executive.

Fraser Valley Rep Trials

fvruFraser Valley representative trials are now underway in the Fraser Valley. This year there will be Valley teams competing for boys at the U-14, U-15, U-16 and U-18 levels. For girls there are U-16 and U-18 teams. Please read on for more information on trial dates and locations.

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ARFC Clubhouse

31929 Mercantile Way
Abbotsford, B.C.
V2T 4C3

ARFC Home Field

CFV Exhibition Park
32315 Haida Drive,
Abbotsford, B.C.


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