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Colts Rugby: Where have all the players gone? 2 Comments Read more »

Colts Rugby: Where have all the players gone?

Having done a few years of coaching at my rugby club I have decided to take a bit of a break this year and focus on the role of Chairman, which has included watching quite a lot of rugby matches on Saturdays and Sundays. Ok,…


Introducing Try Time Kids Rugby Leave a comment Read more »

Introducing Try Time Kids Rugby

Try Time Kids Rugby was set up to bring outdoor rugby based play sessions to kids aged 2-7, providing variation to the normal kids sports in local areas. Venues are owned by Try Time Kids Rugby license holders and are typically based on a local…


Maidstone Rugby U14s Fundraising Idea Leave a comment Read more »

Maidstone Rugby U14s Fundraising Idea

I am sure that many parents of youth rugby players will have shared the trials and tribulations of fundraising efforts on behalf of their blissfully unaffected offspring! So, it is not without some pride (& huge relief) that we managed to get the Maidstone Rugby…


Good Coaching Starts With Good Listening Leave a comment Read more »

Good Coaching Starts With Good Listening

In recent years, a lot has changed in terms of the qualities demonstrated by and expected of successful rugby coaches. Whilst the traditional image of a coach may have been a strong autocratic leader that only saw one way of doing things, leadership science has…


How to Get Your Rugby Team to "Click"? Leave a comment Read more »

How to Get Your Rugby Team to “Click”?

Yesterday morning at the rugby club I was talking with the father of one of our youth players about the match he had just watched and he used the phrase “that was a great performance, everything just clicked”. This made me think. Had everything just…


A Wake-Up Call to Coaches: RFU losing £8m of Funding 1 Comment Read more »

A Wake-Up Call to Coaches: RFU losing £8m of Funding

Last January, Sport England, the body which presides over the allocation of public money to sports development in England, announced its plans to invest £493m in grassroots sport over the next four years with the aim of keeping alive the legacy of the 2012 Olympic…


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