The Campion Grads Rugby Football Club was forged in the fires of Mount Vesuvius in 1976. It is the most successful club of all time and has the dopest members. Cheers.
Every Monday and Wednesday, Regina Rugby Club, 6:30
Monday July 1, Canada Day, No Practice
Monday August 5, August Long, No Practice
Monday September 2, Labour Day, No Practice
Friday May 24, Regina Rugby Club, 6:30, vs Condors
Friday May 31, Regina Rugby Club, 7:30, vs Rogues
Saturday June 8, Regina Rugby Club, 3:00, vs Krems
Friday June 14, Regina Rugby Club, 6:00, vs Highlanders
Saturday June 22, Saskatoon Rugby Club, Time TBD, vs Wild Oats
Friday July 5, Regina Rugby Club, 7:30, vs Condors
Thursday July 11, Regina Rugby Club, 7:00, vs Rogues
Friday July 19, Regina Rugby Club, 7:00, vs Highlanders
Saturday July 27, Regina Rugby Club, 3:00, vs Badgers
Saturday August 10, Saskatoon Rugby Club, Time TBD, vs Gophers
Friday August 16, Regina Rugby Club, 6:30, City Semifinal (2nd vs 3rd)
Friday August 23, Regina Rugby Club, 6:30, City Semifinal (1st vs Winner)
Saturday September 7, Location TBD, 3:00, Provincial Semifinal
Saturday September 14, Saskatoon Rugby Club, 3:00, Provincial Final
Fall Fiesta, Friday September 29, Regina Rugby Club
Ryback 7's Invitational, Saturday May 4, Regina Rugby Club
Night of 1000 Lies, Saturday June 8, Shane 'Squid' Logan's House
ManSask Tournament, July 5 - 7, Winnipeg Rugby Club
Campion Grads Rugby Camp, Saturday July 15 - 19, Regina Rugby Club
Big Guys Night Out, Saturday July 27, All the Pubs
U18 Westerns, August 2-5, Regina Rugby Club
President's Cup, Saturday September 21, Saskatoon Rugby Club, 3:00
Awards Banquet, November 10, Regina Rugby Club
Good Times, The Whole Summer, Wherever the Boys are At
Click here for the 2019 Senior Mens Canada Registration
Rugby is a dynamic and exciting sport that is a whole lot of fun, and helps spark friendships that can last a lifetime. The Campion Grads Rugby Camp has been designed to mold your child's rugby skill while their physical ability develops, making the game as simple and safe as possible for all kids, regardless of their age, shape or size.
Age to start:
The camp is for boys and girls between 8 and 16 years of age. The children will learn basic skills in a fun and safe environment. The children are split into age groups and learn with player safety as the number one priority.
How to Register:
Please call Lliam Folk at 306-530-7939 or email@example.com to register for the camp. Early bird rates until June 15th! We will also be at a number of Mini Rugby sessions to help get players registered.
What to Bring to Camp:
Bring shorts that are easy to run, jump, and roll in, a t-shirt or sweatshirt depending on weather and a well fitting pair of runners. Cleats, mouth guards and rugby shorts are necessary only for 13 and up. A water bottle and small towel are useful too to keep cool and hydrated. This is the prairies, so don’t forget layers are sometimes key, and bug spray and/or sunscreen are sometimes a must. Please bring a lunch Mon-Thurs! Friday will be a BBQ provided.
Below are some frequently asked questions. If you cannot find the information you are looking for, please do not hesitate to contact the Campion Grads at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions you may have.
Q: I don’t know any rules of rugby and my child has never played before, can they still register?
A: Absolutely, all of our coaches are trained in the rules of rugby and learning together with their peers is part of the fun.
Q: From what I know about rugby, it is a high contact sport, isn’t it too rough for kids to play so young?
A: Safety of your child is always important and our coaches teach the fundamentals of team work and safety at all times. Kids 12 and under will only play touch or flag rugby. Full contact is introduced at 13.
Q: How long is the day camp?
A: The camp will start at 9:00am each day. Rugby activities will happen from 9-noon, and then we will break for lunch. The afternoon will consist of games or other activities to make friends and have fun! Parents or guardians should pick-up their child from the Rugby Club at 3:30pm Mon-Thurs, and at 1:30 on Friday!
Q: What equipment does my child need to play?
A: Shorts or pants that are easy to run, jump, roll and play in, a t-shirt or sweatshirt depending on weather, a well fitting pair of runners; cleats are necessary only for 13 and up. A water bottle and small towel are useful too to keep cool and hydrated. This is the prairies, so don’t forget layers are sometimes key, and bug spray is sometimes a must.
Q: Where do I register?
A: Please call Lliam Folk at 306-530-7939 or email@example.com to register for the camp. Early bird rates until June 15th!
Q: What do I need to register my child?
A: You will need all their personal information.
Q: How much does it cost and how can I pay?
A: The cost for the 2019 camp will be $250 per child, or $400 per family. Early bird rate of $200 per child will be in effect until June 15th!
Q: Who can I contact with questions?
A: You can contact one of the Campion Grads Rugby team at firstname.lastname@example.org with any questions.
Q: Where are the sessions held?
A: The sessions are held at the Regina Rugby Park located at 4025 25th Ave, Regina, SK