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(for children born after 1st September 2003 and before 31st August 2004 – Year 9)
Will appear here as the season unfolds …
We train once a week in Richmond Park on a Sunday morning starting at 11:00am for 2 hours and take part in leagues and play friendlies throughout the year for all teams. Every few weeks we train at the club on the new 3G pitch – on these days we often invite other clubs from our age group for friendly matches.
In line with RFU policy all players must wear a mouthguard and at Park we also expect every player to wear a scrumcap.
We have a large number of RFU qualified coaches, certified first aiders and RFU qualified referees for our U12 set up. We actively encourage parents to get involved, and support those who want to take qualifications, so there are enough for all the players to have a great time. All first aiders, coaches and referees are CRB checked.
For details on joining please look at the Joining Page.
If you have any specific questions around joining the U14s at Rosslyn Park please contact the Head Coach: Daryl Collins via email: firstname.lastname@example.org
As a group of players, coaches and parents we have evolved the following set of principles for how we approach our rugby.
This year sees the players entering their last year as Minis. We want to see an improvement in the core skills of every player and to create a lasting memory of the fun of mini rugby.
The majority of our players have been with the group since Under 5s. These players are spread across all our squads showing that membership of Rosslyn Park is about more than just being in the top teams.
One of the aims of this age group is to carry over a large number of players into Youth rugby.
The pre-season camp and the Spring tour will be open to all players as ever.
Many of our players are moving to senior schools this season. Many players will get to enjoy Saturday morning school rugby. As a club we are delighted to see the progression of our players and look to fit club rugby on a Sunday around any school commitments. With so many boys having won sports and all rounder scholarships to their new schools we understand that players may not always be available for selection and that school commitments come first.
As an age group we will continue to offer out of term time competition and tours to those that cannot make term time festivals and training.