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Since the Christmas break all the mini and midi age-groups have come back and are now fully into the swing of things.
The U13s 7s squad played brilliantly to get to the Plate Semi Final at New Milton on 23 April. Final score 3-4 to Totton after draw at full time.
A good game at Salisbury in fantastic sunny weather on Sunday 2nd April. Click image to read more.
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Director of Rugby (Minis)
When is training?
We train most Sundays from September and the training times are 10:00 to 12:00 (Depending on age group)
Where is training?
Training is at the Clubhouse on Castle Road, or in the adjoining Hudsons Field - see where on the map above
Are the coaches qualified?
At each level we have a dedicated team of coaches and administrators who aim to make playing rugby fun for everyone. They all undertake coaching through the club’s development schemes for coaches. They are also required to complete child protection forms in line with the club’s Child Protection Policy. They are all volunteers, many from the parents of guardians and we are always looking for new helpers and coaches.
What do we get for our money?
Joining the club ensures that your child is insured with the RFU for the duration of their years membership. It also gives parents social membership of the clubhouse. They will then be trained every Sunday (except holidays) of the season and be able to participate in matches with other clubs (if they wish). The club also arranges a tour (at additional cost) every year.
Do I need to buy a rugby kit?
Your child will need a gum shields, socks, suitable boots, shorts and rugby shirt for training. They will also require a tracksuit or warm clothing to change into during the winter. Showers are available for children to wash should it be muddy so they will require a towel and shower gel.
If children wish to play matches they will need a Salisbury RFC kit (green and white hoop rugby shirt, white shorts, green and white striped socks). New kit can be brought in the clubhouse on Sunday mornings. This is the only authorised outlet for Club kit.
Will my child need to bring anything to training?
Yes, they will need to bring a drink, as they will get hot and thirsty even in the winter.
Can I get drinks and food?
The clubhouse is open all day Sunday for drinks and light snacks. Food is available within the clubhouse after training.
Please note that no-one is permitted into the main room in dirty kit or boots. Please remove them before entering.
Can I leave my child?
No. Your child needs your support. If you cannot be there then another adult must be present. That person must be responsible for your child in the event of an accident or your child becoming ill during training.
This person must be notified to the coach and administrator for your age group.