OC Rugby league Champions - with a game to spare!
OC Rugby lost in the National Semi-Final of the RFU Senior Vase to Saltash - we wish them good luck at Twickenham in May.
OC U-15 girls play their first ever match!
OC Rugby win the RFU Junior Vase at Twickenham!
OCRFC 1st XV Champions of Surrey 1 for 2015/16
Mini Rugby: big success at OC
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Thanks for looking at the OCs for the development of your child’s rugby skills. The Under 12 age group is open to any boy who is in Year 7 of school. At this age girls and boys can no longer play mixed rugby, but we do have a separate section for the girls.
It is a great way for your child to develop their skills whilst running around, being active and above all having FUN, enjoying structured games that will keep them interested and excited.
It is about creating an environment where the children start to understand the key values that rugby provides - TEAMWORK, RESPECT, ENJOYMENT, DISCIPLINE, SPORTSMANSHIP.
During this season we will continue to provide a continuation of the principles of child development and the incremental introduction of new rules which are within the players’ capabilities, enabling them to become more successful. This will include increasing the numbers competing for the ruck and maul, 5 player scrums (no pushing, formed from the nearest 5 players) and the introduction of kicking the ball.
Team sizes increase to 12-a-side.
This age group will have joint training games against other teams both home and away, enjoy “triangular” (3-club) tournaments and enter the Surrey Waterfall Cups throughout the season.
Every Sunday from the first weekend of September through to May we start promptly at 10:30 (we suggest that you arrive soon after 10:00 to park and register). The session lasts for about 1¼ hours and is followed by free squash and hot chips for the kids. The bar is open throughout for tea / coffee / bacon butties, and of course beer / wine for the adults.
Head Coach: Russell Shaw (russell.shaw<at>btinternet.com)
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