Glenfield Rugby Union Sports Club Inc

 

JUNIOR RUGBY - A GREAT LITTLE RUGBY CLUB

Developing Junior Rugby in Glenfield

 

 

2019 JUNIOR REGISTRATION DATES

Attend one of our registration nights on
Wed 13th Feb 5-7pm
or
Wed 20th March


Muster Day

Sat 16th March 2-4pm
Glenfield Rugby Club

Community & Open Day

Sat 23rd March
Glenfield Rugby Club


 

  • For new players please bring proof of date of birth (passport or birth certificate)
  • Lowest fees in the North Harbour region
  • $100 for 1 player - $50 for additional siblings (must live at the same address)
  • Payment Plans available


Any Enquiries related to Junior rugby please contact

Carol Herbert (Junior Club Captain) 

phone: 021 172 9245 or email 

 

Junior Rugby:


“The purpose of North Harbour Junior Rugby is to give all players the opportunity to participate against others of a similar age and size and to assist in the progressive development of the necessary physical, social, emotional and mental skills as a foundation for enjoyment and continued participation in the game”.


NHRU Junior Rugby is played in accordance with IRB & NZRU “Laws of the Game” incorporating the Small Blacks Development Model guidelines.


Regular Saturday Junior Club Rugby is run in a non-competition format, meaning that while individuals, teams and clubs may record tries, conversions, wins, losses and points tables, the Union does not collect and collate scores, keep tables or team placing.


Players and coaches should strive to win, however it is the responsibility of coaches, referees, parents and supporters to assist all players in developing the fundamental skills required to play the game safely, with enjoyment and in accordance with the Laws of the Game.

2018 JUNIOR GRADES CHART


  

2018 JUNIOR CLUB SEASON DATES 

Start Date - Saturday 5th May (Grade Day).


Finishing Date - Saturday 18th August


Non-Play Dates - Saturday 2rd June (Queens Birthday Weekend), Saturday
14th July (middle weekend of July School Holidays)

 

2018 JUNIOR COACHES & MANAGERS 

Why become a Junior Rugby Coach?

“Becoming a coach is a great way for me to stay connected with my kids. The sheer joy of being able to spend time, build confidence and skills and see them having great fun with a different group of friends is very rewarding. 

I have been involved in coaching children from their 1 st year of rugby to their last year of junior rugby. It’s an amazing experience to watch them develop in confidence, skill and ability and to reflect that you have had a part to play in that

Glenfield Rugby Club support all coaches ensuring they are upskilled with Small Black Coaching course, along with coaching workshops during the year.  You work with and are supported by other coaches.    Why not make a positive difference in your community and build great friendships with others in the community?”  Shane Blackwell, Coach J7

If you are interested in coaching please contact Carol Herbert, Junior Club Chair on 021 172 9245