FALL 2020 TEAMS
(Sept - December 2019) All teams are dependant upon numbers.
Coaches: Elyssa Chalmers, Wade Perry, Jason Dobson, Brittany Hiemstra
u14/u16: TBD @ Delair, 6:30-8pm
u19: TBD @ Delair, 630-8pm
For more information on how to register visit the club Registration Page
Players must register through Rugby Canada at this link: http://reg.sportlomo.com/rugbycanada
ALL REGISTRATIONS WILL BE DONE ONLINE AND PAYMENTS CAN ONLY BE MADE BY CREDIT CARD AT THIS TIME.
This price includes registration and insurance through Rugby Canada and BC rugby, referees, year end banquet and awards, and helps subsidize operating costs, such as field usage and lights fees, balls, equipment, medical supplies, field paint etc. These fees do NOT include shorts and socks
Team jerseys are supplied by ARFC
Players will need black shorts (these are not supplied by the team) These items are available at Soccerwest on George Ferguson.
Players will be expected to wear red socks (these are not supplied by the team) These items are available at Soccerwest on George Ferguson.
It is mandatory that players wear a mouth guard on game days. Mouth guards molded at the dentist are most comfortable and can be acquired at Venier Dental or most dental offices. Soccerwest on George Ferguson Way also sells mouth guards.
Players will need cleats, especially in wet weather. We recommend having a pair with long studs for the fall season. Many rugby players wear soccer cleats. Metal cleats are fine as long as they do not have a toe cleat (football cleats) or sharp metal (some baseball cleats). Cleats can be purchased at most sporting goods stores, including Soccerwest on George Ferguson Way.
OPTIONAL GEAR (SHOULDER PADS and HEAD GEAR)
Some players choose to wear additional safety gear, but these items are not mandatory. Items such as shoulder pads and head gear offer additional protection. These items are available at Soccerwest on George Ferguson.
It is recommended that players have clothing for all types of weather. Practices are rain or shine, so track suits and practice jerseys that can get dirty may help athletes perform in cold weather. Some players also like to wear 'sliders' or spandex shorts under their rugby shorts, which again is optional.