MRUFC Under 10’s 2019/20

 

 

U10’s contact details:

Mike Ransom – Coach

Paul Bartle – Coach 

Simon Boyd – Coach

Tristan Wood – Coach

Lloyd Lamprecht – Coach

Team Administration – Ruth Lancaster (ruthlancaster16@hotmail.com 07733 006937)

Safeguarding: Mike Ransom, Paul Bartle

First Aid: Mike Ransom, Paul Bartle, Tristan Wood, Steve Sampson.

Blue Leaders – Steve Sampson, Jon Williams, Richard Taylor, Susie Oliver, Adam Duffy, Sammy Baguley and Erica Ashbrook. 

Macclesfield Rugby Under 10s would love to see any boys or girls who are interested in trying out rugby for the first time, or have indeed played at another club in the past.  So, if you want to know more, please either get in touch or if you prefer, just come on down to one of our training sessions at the Club on a Sunday morning at 10am when we are playing at home – see fixtures below for details.

This season will be our second season of playing contact matches, we now have the ruck, maul and uncontested 3 x man Scrum form part of the game. RFU Age Grade Rules Here

Above all it is about having fun while continuing to develop the basic skills and core values of the game: Teamwork, Respect, Enjoyment, Discipline & Sportsmanship. The core values will continue to be monitored and recognised with the awarding of “MRUFC Blue Laces” by our team of “Blue Leaders”

Following all home games and training sessions the clubhouse will be open for hot food and drinks. Please remember this facility is available for all to use both players and supporters so please ensure to drop in.

**Please ensure no muddy kit / boots in the clubhouse**

We also have training sessions on Wednesday evenings at 6pm and on a Saturday focusing on core skills. These sessions will be held at 1.30pm if the Senior 1st team are playing at home, so that the kids can ballboy/girl and we can all enjoy the matchday atmosphere. If the 1st team are playing away or have no game, we will train at 10am on Saturdays. 

 2019/20 Fixtures –

Please bear in mind that the following fixture list is the initial plan given for us to follow. Fixtures can change, however changes may not be reflected here and you should follow Teamer for the most up to date information. 

*Fixtures are in Bold where we have 2 on the same day.

29 Sep 19 Training H
06 Oct 19 Manchester and Stockport Festivals A
13 Oct 19 Leek H
13 Oct 19 Sheffield H
20 Oct 19 Heaton Moor A
27 Oct 19 Leigh {Derby Fields} H
27 Oct 19 Littleborough {Derby Fields} H
03 Nov 19 Warrington H
10 Nov 19 Wilmslow H
17 Nov 19 Stockport A
24 Nov 19 Lymm H
01 Dec 19 WP A
08 Dec 19 Trafford MV A
15 Dec 19 Wigan H
22 Dec 19 Lads and Dads H
05 Jan 20 Newcastle (Staffs) A
12 Jan 20 Burnage H
19 Jan 20 Alty Kersall H
26 Jan 20 Knutsford H
26 Jan 20 Stoke H
02 Feb 20 Leek A
07 Feb 20 Sandbach {MRUFC under the floodlights.} H
16 Feb 20 Wigan H
16 Feb 20 Littleborough A
23 Feb 20 Leigh A
01 Mar 20 Wilmslow A
08 Mar 20 Stockport H
15 Mar 20 Bowdon A
22 Mar 20 WP H
29 Mar 20 Stoke H
19 Apr 20 Wilmlsow Festival A
26 Apr 20 Cheshire Festival A


CLUB KIT

Kit required (MANDATORY FOR EVERY MATCH):

MRUFC Playing top – On the O’Neill’s on-line store, the jersey is labelled ‘Macclesfield RUFC Juniors Rugby Jersey Kids’ {NB from this season it must be the “MoneyGuru” sponsored shirt}

    MRUFC Shorts

    Macc Rugby Socks

    Boots with studs

    Gum Shield /Mouth Guard

Recommended (especially during the Winter months):

    Skins (legs and top)

    Hat – (warm hat covering ears best)

SUBSCRIPTIONS and RFU REGISTRATION

Registration has MANY benefits:

    Playing subscriptions and coaching

    Family Club Membership (no voting rights)

    10% discount for the Clubhouse Bar

    RFU Insurance

    Free match entry to 1st XV home games for children under 16

    Discounted match entry (£5) for an adult

    Opportunity to buy international tickets

    Free venue hire for functions

 

ALL PLAYERS MUST ALSO BE RFU REGISTERED. Please contact Ruth (contact details at top of page), or Andy Appleyard at the Club if you have any queries.

Support our boys: Macclesfield Minis and Junior 500 club

The M&J 500 club is a great was to raise money for the Mini & Junior section and in turn your child benefits.

We are asking people to buy £5 worth of tickets every month (so the cost of a beer or a glass of wine) numbers have fallen over the last 12 months so we are looking for some new members.

 

What we have spent the money on so far:

– Coaches jackets                                                – New Balls

– Post Protectors                                                 – New kit bags for age groups

– Container to house the training gear       – Tape for older age groups

– Ice packs for first aid kits                               – Sign for the clubhouse

– Food for touring teams                                  – Pendants and Shield for touring teams

– Website access for Coaches                         – Air horns and loud hailers for festivals

 

Player safety and expectations:

Macclesfield rugby Under 10s request all players must have a responsible adult present for all training and matches.

We are lucky to have such well-behaved children overall. However, we want a fun, competitive and most importantly safe environment and will therefore be strict in our encouragement of players to stop when the whistle blows, to listen/concentrate to coaches and to pay attention. Please reinforce this message on the way to the club on a Sunday morning.

Kindest regards,

Under 10’s Coaching Team – Mike, Ruth, Paul, Simon, Tristan, Lloyd and our “Blue Leaders” 

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