Ottawa’s Barrhaven Scottish Rugby Club Junior Program

Ottawa’s Barrhaven Scottish Rugby Junior Programs

All junior programs are on the field in mid-May. All Players must be registered before taking to the field.

 

2017 Training:

  • All programs move to outdoors when the city opens the fields Wednesday May 24th.
  • all players must be registered before taking to the field.

 

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Home Pitch: Rowan’s Pitch at South Nepean Park (700 Longfields Drive)

Alternate Practice Pitch: St. Paul High School (2675 Draper Ave)

Registration Fees for 2017 Season:

  • U18 Men  -$350
  • Combined U16/U18 Women -$350
  • U16 Men  -$350
  • U14 Men & Women -$300

Registration Fees include:

  • Minimum of 8 games (3 exhibition, 5 regular season + playoffs);
  • Two practices per week until completion of playoffs;
  • One free rugby kit (practice dry fit T-shirt, shorts or ball) if registered before June 10th
  • Rugby Canada insurance coverage and dues;
  • Rugby Ontario dues;
  • Barrhaven Scottish RFC dues; (club dues pay for field rentals, field maintenance, referees, coaching certifications, practice equipment, jerseys, etc); and
  • the opportunity to join the best rugby club within the Eastern Ontario region.

For more information please contact: Sonja Hanisch, VP Junior Girls Rugby, at bsrfc.vpjuniorgirls@gmail.com or John Dingwall, VP Junior Boys Rugby, at bsrfc.vpjuniorboys@gmail.com

 

U18 Junior Men & Women – “Train to Compete”

  • Field locations are: Ken Ross Park & St. Paul High School.
  • Practices: Monday & Wednesday nights, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
  • 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.
  • Head Coaches: U18M Simon Washer (washer@apoc.abbott.com)
  • U18W Dan Gauthier (dangauthier.rugby@gmail.com)

 

U16 Junior Men & Women – ““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.).
  • Practices: Monday & Wednesday nights, 6:30pm to 8:30pm
  • Field locations are: Ken Ross Park & St. Paul High School.
  • Head Coaches: U16M Greg Thaggard (thaggsg@gmail.com)
  • U16W Dan Gauthier (dangauthier.rugby@gmail.com)

 

U14 Junior Men & Women “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, 6:30pm to 8:30pm
  • Field locations are: Ken Ross Park & St. Paul High School.
  • Head Coaches: U14M Lem White (lemwhite@adobe.com)
  • U14W Barb Gillie (bsrfc.president@gmail.com)

All junior programs are on the field in mid-May. Registration is open. All players must be registered before they can take to the field.

Juniors Game Action