End of the year survey!!!

Posted by Your Coach on Thursday, May 22, 2014
The link below will take you to the survey for the end of the year. This survey is mandatory for all players, they must fill it out in order to earn their awards. Parents, you are also strongly encouraged to participate in this survey.

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March 24 News

Posted by Your Coach on Monday, March 24, 2014
Click here for our weekly news:
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March 2 Practice

Posted by Your Coach on Sunday, March 2, 2014
See news about practice at this link:[UNIQID]
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Parent Meeting

Posted by Your Coach on Wednesday, February 19, 2014
The pre season parent meeting is Wed Feb 19 at 6pm in the SAC gym. One parent must attend with the player. 

If you cannot attend please see the Forms & Links page for the handouts. 
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Posted by Your Coach on Wednesday, January 1, 2014
I was a little over ambitious with the schedule this week. The Plex turned out to be closed today. (go figure!) Also we haven't heard back on the school being unlocked, and the weather is calling for 6 inches in the next day. 
So we are going to cancel conditioning this week and let the boys enjoy there break. 

I am sorry for any mix-ups or time lost, hope everyone has a great new year. 

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Registration is open

Posted by Your Coach on Tuesday, December 10, 2013
Registration for the 2014 spring season is now open. Go to to register, it is a new and better system this year. 

There are a couple of things you should know about ahead of time. 
1. Please provide on the site the best and most up to date emails for us to use on our contact list, we prefer to have at least one email per parent and one per player. 
2. Fees have increased to $200 for boys, girls are $150 , we have new expenses with referees, training, and new field location. ...

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Fall Update Week of 9/16

Posted by Your Coach on Tuesday, September 17, 2013
Wed- Practice 3:30-5:30
Thurs- Practice 3:30-5:30
Saturday- Home games at McMillen Park ( 2600 Oxford St., Fort Wayne, IN 46806) Players be at McMillen by 11am
11am Warsaw v Noblesville
12:15 HAM Black v Fort Wayne Blue
1:30 HAM Gold v Fort Wayne Gold
2:45pm warsaw v Ham
3:30pm penn/ft wayne v. Warsaw
4:15pm FWA/Penn v. Ham 
Sunday- I am taking our top 23 players to Elkhart for a game against Penn at 1pm at the Moose Rugby Grounds (1500 County Road 6 West
Elkhart, IN 46514), I will nee...

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Sat 9/14

Posted by Your Coach on Thursday, September 12, 2013
The only change being made to this weekends travel plans is that we are leaving Dwenger at 11am now. 

Please bring a snack and drinks for the time we are there.

We still need a few more drivers, the more the better. 

The girls play at 1, and we play after at 3:30- it's a long day but we will try to be active in getting players time. 

Location for Saturday is below, and the field is behind the school. 
18111 Cumberland Rd
Noblesville, in  46060

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Fall Rugby 2013

Posted by Your Coach on Monday, August 19, 2013
Rugby Indiana and Fort Wayne Rugby Inc. announces its 2013 Fall Rugby League. Rugby Indiana’s fall league is non-competitive, with a primary focus of introducing the game to new players; existing players use this as an opportunity to stay “rugby fit” and improve skills.All games will be played on Saturdays and some Wednesdays beginning September 14th and ending October 26th. Practices will begin on August 28th. Practice will be 3:30-5:30 Wed and Thurs.

What is the schedule?
Practices: Com...

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Touch Rugby Tuesdays

Posted by Your Coach on Monday, May 27, 2013
Starting tomorrow and running all summer May 28-July 16 we are playing touch rugby at Northwood Middle School, Boys and Girls, High School, College, Adult...all are welcome, especially new players. 

Who: All Rugby Players
What: Touch Rugby
Where: Northwood Middle School 1201 E Washington Center Rd, Fort Wayne, IN 46825
When: 6pm May 28-July 16
Why: Have FUN!!!

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"In spite of having very sore feet and tight hamstrings, I have a warm glow about the game of rugby today. 

I have just finished two days of refereeing at the UK National Schools Sevens in London.

Normally I only get to referee my own team, which, like most coaches, I hate. But the event has been running for 71 years and is the world's largest rugby tournament. So instead I felt honoured to be asked. 

It's certainly a feast of sevens action, involving more than 600 teams, overseen by some 180 volunteer officials and helpers - including this year, yours truly. 

I had a wonderful time. The standard of rugby was excellent, with some close games and no lack of endeavour. 

In these days of cynical play and aggressive touchline comments, I can safely say I witnessed none of it. 

The sidelines were universally well behaved and players were responsive to the referee's decisions. 

For me, only one player questioned a decision and he quickly apologised. I had one coach, very politely, ask me about a decision of mine which went against his team. 

On reflection, his view was correct, and if I had not been told, then I might have let it go in later games. 

At one stage, a 13 year old took a drop kick for a conversion from near the touchline. It dipped as it reached the crossbar so I wasn't sure if it had gone over. 

As I considered my decision, he turned to me to say it was short. 

All these factors prove to me that tournaments can be hard fought and yet well behaved. 

Yes, players and coaches are disappointed by losing or not going through. But I heard plenty of coaches saying as the day wore on: "Well done guys, much better than the start of the day". 

Quite simply, after a tough few weeks coaching at the semi-pro level, refereeing those boys and girls at the Schools Sevens was the perfect reminder of why I love rugby." 

written by, Dan Cottrell
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