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memorial park pitch
basic skills, set pieces, tackling, attacking and defensive principles of play.
Deadline is set to enable equipment purchases for the team. Girls CIPP fee is due then too, as this season we are registering as a team. If you miss this deadline, you can still register, you will just have to wait to receive your equipment. No one will be able to play until registers with payment on dues.
First Women's Eagles Sevens High Performance Camp of the 2016-17 HSBC World Rugby Women's Sevens Series season.
Something to to work towards as you set out to make goals for this season.
The difference between tighthead and loosehead props explained, and why Adam Jones became an unlikely hero
Harlequins' Adam Jones during the Aviva Premiership match against Northampton on the weekend
Today we had an amazing turnout, 60+ high school aged players and a couple from U of H. There were 7 coaches from HARC on hand, Carille Guthrie, Rene Hodges, Chris Howard, Jack Macdonohough, Conrad Chambers, Matt Tyrrell , Danny Corman and Spencer Wheat. Thank you coaches for your support. This is going to be a great season!
one of Chris Howard's line out drills.
For this generation playing high school rugby now, Chris Baumans story is an inspiration. Wellington, New Zealand is an amazing city, the Lions an amazing team. Watch the video, to get a hint of the Kiwi sense of humor. Mr Baumann and his Mulett will fit in just fine...
Chris Baumann is an American rugby union player. He was named in United States' squad for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and is currently signed to the Denver Stampede PRO Rugby team. Baumann plays as a Prop, but is also capable of playing at Hooker. Wikipedia
Born: May 18, 1987 (age 29), Steamboat Springs, CO
Height: 6′ 2″
Weight: 273 lbs
Education: University of Wyoming, Steamboat Springs High School
Video about committing to the mullet:
Story of him being asked to Lions:
Attention all Lamar, Southwest Houston Rugby players and those interested in being players. There will be a rugby camp / information session / parents meeting on October 8, 2016. If you plan on playing this season, please be present for this event.
Rugby Camp - Parents Meeting
October 8 - Rugby Camp - All Skill levels
8AM - 12 PM at Lamar High School.
8AM - 11:30AM
Intro and talk, Touch Rugby, Ball Skills, Contact Overview,
basic skills, end with games.
Last 30 min Parent Meeting and organization discussion
U-21 Pilot Program Houston Team
HARC is proud to be hosting the U-21 Houston team in USA Rugby's and the Texas Rugby Union's effort to provide more opportunities to play rugby. The specific goal of the U-21 program is to attract new players to the game and retain players that have left high school, but are not playing collegiate rugby.
The program is available to any rugby player who has graduated from high school and will still be under 21 on or before January 1, 2017. This does include collegiate players who would like to have more opportunities to play the game provided they have the permission of their collegiate coaches to participate.
The 2016-2017 season will be the inaugural season for this program with all games being played in the fall of 2016.
For all interested players please following the following steps to get involved.
1. Go to: https://goo.gl/forms/xUKYpBZK2UoIiEoe2 and sign up.
2. Contact your Regional Coordinator
3. Show up for Training:
The first training for the Houston team is this Saturday, 9/24/2016, from 9 am to 12 pm at Law Park, 6174 Scarlet Dr, Houston, TX 77048.
We look forward to seeing you all there!
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