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ROYALIANS YOUTH RUGBY

Rugby 101 takes off!   Royalians’ grassroots program, Rugby 101 was off to good start! With a value – based approach to the delivery of the program, it was jammed pack with lessons on teamwork, respect & passion. To break the ice with the participants, the coaches used creativity to encourage them to fly like […]

Rugby 101 takes off!

 

Royalians’ grassroots program, Rugby 101 was off to good start! With a value – based approach to the delivery of the program, it was jammed pack with lessons on teamwork, respect & passion. To break the ice with the participants, the coaches used creativity to encourage them to fly like planes and reversing like cars before the general warm. The activity seemed to set the tone for the rest of the 1hr 30min session as the Lead Coach of the session described “the session was really great with lots of laughter from both the coaches and the kids” – Blossom Stewart.

 

Some rugby skills learnt in the first session was handling, evasion & kicking.

 

 

 

Participants mimicking an airplane in their warm up.

 

ROYALIANS TRAINING AND EDUCATION

 

Kaazim Seechan, the youth development officer successfully completed the Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee Sport Administration Program Level One. The program provides participants of clubs and communities an opportunity to strengthen the skills to effectively and efficiently manage their club or organization. A very practical course, the participants were supported with resources and templates for administrative tasks.

Topics included: Sports Administration, Planning, Roles and Responsibilities, Budgeting and Management of Funds, Planning an Event, Social Media, Networking and Communications.

 

Kaazim expressed, on completing the course he further understands how important sport administration is in the success of any sport organization and now has more confidence to serve as the Youth Development Officer of the club.

 

 

Upcoming Courses

Royalians First Aid in Rugby

 

Dr. Dalia Jordan Browne, one of Rugby Americas North Medical Educators and member of Royalians will conduct Royalians first “First Aid in Rugby” (FAIR) Course for our coaches and interested persons.

 

First Aid in Rugby is one of World Rugby’s initiatives in providing rugby clubs with educational resources and guidelines on putting the player and their safety first.

 

See link below.

 

http://playerwelfare.worldrugby.org/firstaidinrugby

 

Please email the club to indicate one’s interest by Friday 7th. Limited spaces available.

 

ROYALIAN’S MEN GAME RECAP: ROYALIANS vs UWI/TOBAGO

In front of a home crowd of 60 people, Royalians Men trounced UWI/Tobago in their second game of the fixture. Agreeing that it was a better performance than last game, head coach Carlton Felix (Smokey) expressed the team was more disciplined which resulted in the clinical finishes of 11 tries and 3 conversions against UWI/Tobago 2 tries and conversion.

 

Despite the final score of 61- 12, UWI/Tobago’s aggression in the scrums and rucks throughout the game fostered great competition causing Royalians to fight for their chances of scoring.

 

Leading the scoring with four Tries was Keishon Walker, Captain Jonathan Blackburn followed with two and Felician Guerra, Kelvis Figaro, Mark Roberts, Akeem Murray and Dominic Caesar all contributed with one try.

 

Scoring his first try ever, Dominic Caesar’s highlight of the game was the team’s ability to compose themselves in the second half increasing communication and improving the team play!

We can also note that his try came in the second half!

 

Felician Guerra was the coaches pick for Player of the Match as he led aggressive attacks, his decision making and awareness on the penalties gave the team critical advantages in the game. Andreas Yorke on the other hand was his pick for most improved player. He credited this to his aggression and handling in the lineout, his awareness and use space created magic for one of the 6 tries in the second half.

 

Next Fixture

Royalians Men v Caribs

4.30pm – Saturday 8th July 2017

Royalians Pitch

The team stretch after the game.

 

ROYALIAN’S WOMEN RUGBY

 

There was no scheduled game for the women this weekend.

 

Please note, due to the transportation issues with both the air and seas bridges to Tobago the scheduled fixture game for the 9th July has been postponed.

 

Next Fixture

Royalians Women vs Caribs Women

4.30pm – Sunday 16th July, 2017

Royalians Pitch

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