Regina Minor Rugby is Run by Volunteers and is a safe and educational environment where children can learn and develop their rugby skills.
Rugby is a sport that goes above to teach children character, respect, dedication and teamwork. Players respect their team, their opponent, and officials. By its nature, rugby requires players to develop a sense of solidarity, camaraderie and loyalty. Through rugby life-long friendships are created and valued by players of all ages and origins. It is widely seen as one of the most inclusive sports as everyone can play, whatever their size and skill level. As well, rugby doesn’t require a ton of equipment making it very accessible.
Rugby is one of the fastest growing sports in the world. It has been played all over for more than a century by players of all age. From its origin in the elite schools of England and the Commonwealth to its growing popularity in Asia and the Pacific Islands, rugby is now truly a global community. Canada is a part of that great community and has taken part in Rugby World Cups.
Regina Minor Rugby has been designed to help players develop their rugby skills and physical abilities while making the game as simple and safe as possible for all kids, regardless of their age, gender, or size. The Regina Minor Rugby Model has been developed to ensure that there is a consistency of play, coaching and player welfare at all levels, and is a great way of getting kids involved in a team sport.
We are in the process of finalizing our Return to Play safety plan which we anticipate will be approved by the Saskatchewan Rugby Union within the next few weeks. Once the plan is finalized and approved, we would be happy to share the information with you!