By iangrassby1, 24-May-2013 13:34:00
Tag Rugby – Sunday 21st July 9.30 – 12.30 @ Moss Farm - £21.00
Ideal course for anyone wanting to get into coaching
Rugby Ready - Sunday 21st July 1.30 – 4.30 @ Moss Farm - £18.50
Ideal course for anyone wanting to get into coaching -
Prerequisite course for levels 1 & 2.
Scrum Factory – Wednesday – 24th July @ Moss Farm - 6.00 – 9.00 - £15.00
A must do course for all age groups coaching the scrum “discover the tower of POWER!”
Prerequisite course for level 2.
Play it Safe – Safeguarding course – Wednesday 31st July @ Moss Farm – 6.00 – 9.00 - £15.00
A must do course for anyone working with children or vulnerable adults.
Entry level Referee Award (ELRA) Date TBC – 2 day course ages 14+ @ Moss Farm
Dates to be confirmed but will be hopefully around the dates above.
Level 1 – 18th, 24th & 25th August @ Chester RUFC - £100.00
An excellent course aimed at coaches delivering to children in the mini & midi games.
Prerequisite – Rugby Ready Course
Level 2 - 1st, 15th & 29th June at Sir John Deane’s College Northwich - £34.50 – Discounted Price
For coaches working with 15 a side teams
Prerequisite – Rugby Ready & Scrum Factory
CRB - Karen will organise times to carry out the CRB checks, in and around the dates above.
Payments – the club will pay course fees in advance for coaches currently delivering regular sessions. Coaches not delivering regular sessions will be reimbursed either on completion of the course or after completing an agreed number of coaching hours with the club.
For the ELRA course the course fee can be reimbursed from refereeing either junior or senior fixtures.
To Book online go to - http://www.rfu.com/takingpart/olcb/coursesearch
Any further questions please contact Ian - email@example.com or Phil - firstname.lastname@example.org
By iangrassby1, 22-May-2013 18:11:00
“Crouch, bind, set” sequence to be trialled globally from next season
Changes come in to force for pre-season friendlies and warm-up games
By iangrassby1, 19-May-2013 15:27:00
A very long season ended with a “reccy” to the Manchester 7s Tournament, having not played a 7s match for 2 years nor training in advance for the event, things were always going to be difficult. With most of the squad on their D of E weekend the hardy band of nine took to the field against opposition from Ampthill, Egremont, Rugby and Didsbury, all teams we had never played before.
The transition from 15 aside to 7s proved difficult with players holding the ball too long but despite tries for Elis Vickery and Dan Tyrrell the Blacks succumbed to Egremont B, 35 – 14.
Ampthill were next up but mistakes and not looking after the ball saw a 28 -0 defeat, the final group game saw the blacks blown away by Rugby St Andrews, with Jack Kennerley getting a deserved consolation try 49 – 5.
Much confusion over how the organisers sorted the quarter final plate draw, we thought we were playing Telford yet we ended up play Didsbury Toc H and again size counted in another 49 – 5 defeat. Man of the Day Josh Conway rounding the day off though with a try.
An interesting experience, well organised and the weather favoured everyone involved, well done to the lads for sticking at it.
By iangrassby1, 13-May-2013 16:28:00
A packed winnington Recreation club saw all the players rewarded for their efforts over the season, the winners of the awards were:-
By iangrassby1, 07-May-2013 20:16:00
A strange addition to the Cheshire Cup was the introduction of the Vase final, both Park and Northwich had lost in the Plate competition and Cheshire RFU sportingly gave the lads a big day out in a fixture that has not been played for the last two seasons.
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