UNDER 8 COACHING (NON-CONTACT)
The HKRU Under 8 course is designed specifically for those coaching the non-contact version of the game to U5s-U8s.
Age: 14 (on 19th August, 2017) or above
WORLD RUGBY LEVEL 1 COACHING COURSE
The HKRU/World Rugby is a foundation course designed to introduce basic coaching skills, safe coaching of contact rugby through “Hotspots” or Key factors and the ability to analyses the game through the principles of rugby.
Age: 14 or above
On successful completion, the coach will be able to: identify playing positions, methods of scoring and attack and defence. Apply the principles of rugby to the play of a team. Identify skill faults. Plan a session. Deliver a session. Apply risk management & ethics. Demonstrate understanding of the Laws of the Game.
Rugby Ready Certificate [Rugby Ready Online Test: ]Pre-course Requirement (certificate or supporting document upload is required during application)
Our first edition of The Pirate Code is now available. We'll also be distributing via PIP, at DC & DBIS, Uncle Russ and several other venues throughout DB.
Please collect your copy and when we send out our survey, let us know what you think. It's been lots of fun and lots of work putting it together but we think it looks awesome and hope you all enjoy it as well.
Click here to view the full magazine!
Following the Townhall meeting held on 16th November, we have pleasure in posting the minutes of the meeting for your attention.
Please click here to view.
On behalf of the Board of Directors and executive staff it is my great pleasure to welcome all players, coaches, referees, administrators and supporters to the start of the 2014/15 Senior Domestic Season.
Carrying on from last year’s highly successful competition I am sure there is even more excitement in the months ahead.
I am delighted to report that Hong Kong Rugby will set a new participation record this season with 81 teams representing 17 clubs competing across 11 levels of competition for both men and women. Over 1,700 senior players will be involved on a week-to-week basis.
Following on from last seasons success, ‘Super Saturdays’ will return to the schedule in 2014, offering fans the opportunity to see all six Premiership teams in action against each other on the same day at the same venue. In addition to two Premiership Super Saturdays in the coming season, the HKRFU will also hold a Super Saturday event for Women’s teams and for the Championship clubs.
The official kick off of the HKRFU’s 62nd annual domestic season will be on September 27 with the first Premiership
Super Saturday together with a full round of matches in all the senior men’s and women’s leagues.
As ever, there is a busy slate of pre-season activities and international competitions, including the IRB Women’s Sevens World Series qualifiers on Friday and Saturday, September 12-13, 2014 at Shek Kip Mei, before our men’s and women’s sevens teams head off to South Korea for the 17th Asian Games at end September.
Last year’s competition reached new heights in competitiveness and support and the HKRFU looks forward to continued growth in the season ahead.
The Board and Staff of the Hong Kong Rugby Football Union are pleased to wish all players, participants, supporters and clubs a successful and enjoyable season. We look forward to seeing you around the pitches of Hong Kong in the coming months.
Yours in Rugby,
Chairman, Hong Kong Rugby Football Union
7pm - 8pm
NEW PLAYERS, + last year’s Black Pearls and Buccaneers
8pm - 9pm
ALL previous players