The Barrhaven Scottish are a fully integrated rugby club.

The Club runs teams for boys & girls, men & women of all ages. It doesn't matter if you are just beginning or have a ton of experience, there are programs that are right for you.

Club Programs

Senior Program

Senior – “Train to Win” – Tues. and Thurs. nights, 6:30pm to 8:30pm

Junior Programs

U18 – “Train to Compete”

  • The focus of this stage of development is on learning to perform in competition situations. This stage of 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.
  • Junior Women’s Team: U18 Women – Monday & Wednesday nights, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Junior Men’s Team: U18 Men – Monday & Wednesday nights, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

U14 & U16 Boys and U16 Girls – “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 skills and mental skills (e.g. mental preparation, coping skills, etc.). The major focus of training is on learning the basics as opposed to competing.
  • Junior Women’s Team: U15 Women – Tues. and Thurs. nights, 6:00pm to 8:00pm
  • Junior Men’s Teams: U14 and U16 Men – Mon. and Wed. nights, 6:00pm to 8:00pm

Minor Development Program

U10, U12 – “Learn to Train” – Sat. 9:30 to 11:30am

  • The focus of this program is on learning fundamental rugby skills, such as passing, catching, running, kicking and tackling. The focus of training is on introducing core technical skills and developing coordination and fine motor control.
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U8 – “FUNdamentals” – Sat. 9:30 to 10:45am

  • The focus of this program is on having fun while developing the ABCs of physical literacy – Agility, Balance, Coordination and Speed. Additionally, participants will learn how to “read” what is going on around them and make decisions during games. This program helps to build the foundation for skill development in any sport, while introducing participants to elements of the sport of rugby (e.g. rugby ball and basic contact skills, like rolling, falling and bumping).
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