2020 Season

Registration is OPEN! 

Club dues for 2020 are:

  • U14s: $370
  • U16s: $390
  • U18s: $390

Registration dues include:

  • Indoor training, two practices per week, and all matches until completion of play-offs
  • Rugby Canada/Rugby Ontario trained and certified Coaches at all events
  • Certified Athletic Therapists at all home games
  • Rugby Canada insurance coverage and dues
  • Rugby Ontario dues
  • Barrhaven Scottish RFC dues; (including but not limited to – field rentals, field maintenance, referees, coaching certifications, AT services, practice equipment, jerseys, etc)
  • One ticket to the End-of-Season Junior Banquet
  • The opportunity to join the best rugby club in the Eastern Ontario region.

Indoor Training

U14, U16 & U18 Girls and Boys

Where: Sooners Mega Dome, Stittsville
When:
Saturdays March 28, April 4, 18, 25, May 2, 9
Times:
6:30 to 8:00 pm

What to bring: water bottle, mouth guard (boil and form ones are adequate)
What to wear: sneakers, comfortable active wear

Cost: For current BSRFC registered players – FREE
For new players attending Try Rugby days – April 18, 25 and May 2, 9 – $40. These days are non-contact only.
****From May 1 – ALL PLAYERS MUST BE REGISTERED FOR 2020 SEASON****

Outdoor Training

Outdoor training will begin after May 16, at the earliest (subject to the City opening the fields)

U14 Boys
Mondays:
TBC
Wednesdays:
TBC
Times:
6:30pm to 8:00pm

U14, U16 & U18 Girls
Mondays:
Football field, Ken Ross Park, 600 Longfields Drive, Barrhaven
Wednesdays:
Rowan’s Pitch, Ken Ross Park, 600 Longfields Drive, Barrhaven
Times:
6:30pm to 8:00pm

U16 & U18 Boys
Mondays:
Rowan’s Pitch, Ken Ross Park, 600 Longfields Drive, Barrhaven
Wednesdays:
Woodroffe High School, 2410 Georgina Drive
Times:
6:30pm to 8:00pm

What to bring: water bottle, cleats (soccer or rugby), mouth guard (boil and form ones are adequate)
What to wear: cleats, layers of comfortable active wear strong enough to withhold contact sessions

Home Pitch

Rowan’s Pitch, Ken Ross Park, 600 Longfields Drive, Barrhaven

Coaches for the 2020 season are:

For more information please contact:

Johanna Dingwall – bsrfc.vpprograms@gmail.com

Rugby Ontario Long Term Player Development 

U14 Junior Girls & Boys “Train to Train”

  • The focus of this stage of development is on continuing to develop the basic technical skills, as well as introducing basic tactical and contact skills and mental skills (e.g. mental preparation, coping skills, etc.). The major focus of training continues to enforce the basics.
  • Practices: Monday & Wednesday nights, 6:00-8:00 pm
  • U13B & U13G are at Rowan’s Pitch on Mondays and St. Paul High School on Wednesdays.

U16 Junior Girls & Boys – “Train to Train/Train to Compete”

  • The focus of this stage of development is on continuing to develop the basic technical skills, introducing and solidifying the basic technical skills and contact skills for new players; while refining core technical skills (i.e. “getting better and better’), developing mental skills and developing decision-making skills for the more experienced players skills (e.g. mental preparation, coping skills, etc.).

U18 Junior Girls & Boys – “Train to Compete”

  • The focus of this stage of development is on learning to perform in competition situations. This stage of rugby development includes a focus on refining core technical skills (i.e. “getting better and better”), developing mental skills and developing decision-making skills. The focus of training is on using competition exercises to identify and address weak points in skills, as well as learn how to “read and react” to the situation.

Juniors Game Action