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Hellingly Mini Rugby

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Rugby at Lower Horsebridge Recreation Ground is returning with a new Head Coach, better facilities to play on and better equipment for young people to have fun on a Sunday morning.

What we are offering and how to get involved.


What are we offering?

- Fun rugby related activities for young people on a Sunday morning at the Lower Horsebridge Recreation Ground.

- Matches against other teams - home and away during the season.


When is it?

- The Season starts at 10am on Sunday 1sth September and continues on Sunday mornings until the end of April.


What facilities are available?

- The ground has a large drained rugby pitch that provides a good surface for young people to play and enjoy the activities.

- The Club House is open providing access to hot drinks and toilets for parents and young people.



- All members of the club must complete a Club Registration Form. This will be provided to parents during the first 4 sessions.

- All players who want to take part in games against other clubs must also complete a Rugby Football Union (RFU) Player Registration Form. This will be provided to parents in the first 4 sessions.


What age is it for?

- The activities are for boys and girls who are 6 and 7 yrs old.

- The age range will expand to include boys and girls aged 8 and 9 yrs old.


Who runs the sessions?

- The Head coach is Deri Ryan, who will plan and oversee the sessions with the help of appropriately qualified coaches.

- All coaches have an Enhanced DBS checks.


What does it cost?

- The first 4 sessions in September are free. This is to see if the young person likes the game and wants to register as a player.

- Players can register during September and pay a £50 registration fee. This makes the player a member of the Club, able to play matches and includes a free playing shirt.


How do I find out more?

- Please contact Deri Ryan via email at

or via mobile


to find out more about the sessions and how to get involved.

We would like to hear from parents who have young people who would like to get involved in rugby related activities or those interested in finding out about coaching opportunities at the Club.

We would also like to hear from schools who would like the Club's coaches to provide taster rugby activities at the school.

Alex was quite shy before playing mini rugby. It has given him the confidence to show how he can put what he has been taught into a match situation.


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