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Predators Rugby

Predators Rugby respresents Central Alberta in Rugby Alberta's regional competitions.  Our mission is to identify and develop young rugby athletes and provide them a strong foundation by prioritizing character, culture and continuous improvement. 

ID Camps will be held Saturday, May 19 from 12-4 pm, Sunday May 26 from 6-8 pm, Sunday, June 2 from 6-8 pm, and Sunday, June 9 from 6-8 pm. There is a $30 ID Camp fee for Predators due upon registration to assist with program costs.

We will host a High School All-Star scrimmage June 10. Players selected for the Alberta Regional Championship (ARC) will have additional fees to be determined. ARC selections will be announced June 12.

ARC Details:

  • Dates: U16 - June 28-29, U18 - June 29-30

  • Location: Red Deer Titans Rugby Club

  • Cost: TBD (around $250)

Predators Schedule:

  • June 16 - Practice 6-8 pm

  • June 17 - U18 Scrimmage vs. Gold (TBD)

  • June 23 - Practice 6-8 pm

  • June 24 - U16 Scrimmage vs. Gold (TBD)

  • June 28-29 - U16 ARC

  • June 29-30 - U18 ARC

 

Rugby Ready

Rugby Ready is designed to jump start inexperienced rugby players as they prepare to begin high school rugby. This program is designed to give athletes confidence by developing their core skills and game awareness. Participating players will have the opportunity to learn from some of our current university athletes (as well as our Predators coaching staff) in preparation for their high school rugby journey.

This April, Rugby Ready will be available to female rugby players grades 8-10 and will take place at ME Global Athletic Park (Lacombe) April 13, 20, and 28. The program cost is $40.

 

Rookie Rugby

Rookie Rugby is a program specifically designed to bring rugby into schools and other community based program creating the opportunity for thousands of Central Alberta children to be introduced to this amazing sport.

 

Community Rugby

Community Rugby is an new initiative to provide introduction based rugby programs in municipalities across Central Alberta. Using small-side games community rugby will focus on developing core skills for new players looking to play rugby

 

School of Rugby

Modeled around international programs of Scotland and England  SoR is specially designed to be a holistic approach to athletic development focused on five general areas of physical, mental, lifestyle, technical and tactical rugby skill development.