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Fakenham RFC, Seppings Road
Youth, Ladies, Seniors and Walking Rugby at this friendly Club.
Training is now Tuesday and Thursday night 7pm both evenings. Regular trainers will get priority but the game is for everyone who wants to play this year for either team.
All players are expected to train at least one night per week, the main session is Tuesday night. Coaches will be there both nights with a full program of skills and the bar will be open.
Seniors contact: Howard Kellock - 07738 165 588
Come on CHOOSE Rugby Ladies it's such a Great Sport!
Rugby is fun and physical and a great way to keep fit!
The Foxes have players of all shapes and sizes and a place for everyone in their team. You can Train/Play or Support us.
We have a mixture of ages and abilites in the team and our Coaching caters for players at all levels. The Foxes also have fun with the social side of rugby too!
If you would like to come along and give it a go please come along to training or call me for more informatiom. Mandy Warren - Foxes Captain - Tel 07730877072
or email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Training - At Fakenham Rugby Club every Wednesday night 6.45 - 8.30 pm
Junior Rugby covers groups Under 5's to Under 18's; with Mini Rugby from Under 5's to Under 12's, and Youth Rugby from Under 13's to Under 18's.
Our emphasis is on enjoyable, safe rugby for all, but that has not stopped our teams from having a winning mentality. We follow the RFU continuum; under which the game is introduced in stages starting with Under 5/6 age groups who learn the basic skills through to the Under 13's who start to play 15 a-side on a full size pitch and then onto Under 18's in preparation for senior rugby.
Competitive games are introduced at Under 7s age group, cup matches are introduced from Under 13s onwards and friendly matches are played at all ages. Representative rugby is also introduced at Under 14s age group with selection to represent Norfolk at County level and then Eastern Counties. Players from the club have gone on to represent at all levels up to and including England for their age groups, as witnessed by the shirts proudly hanging in the clubhouse.
Generally the rugby season starts on the first Sunday in September and runs through to the last Sunday of April.
Chairman of Junior Rugby: Karl Barstard on 07900 392 087
Walking Rugby is a relatively new sport, which follows on the heels of Walking Football and Walking Netball; both of which are proving very popular with the over forties. All three sports are a fun way to add some light-hearted exercise into your weekly routine.
What is Walking Rugby
Walking Rugby is a fun team game that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities. It is attractive to both ex-players and those who are completely new to the game. Walking Rugby is a much simpler version of the traditional game of rugby. It is much less physical than a standard game of rugby, the aim is to participate, compete and most importantly, for players to enjoy themselves.
All sessions will start and finish with some gentle warm-up and warm-down exercises to help with overall fitness levels. Sports enthusiasts will enjoy the pace and competitiveness of the game, while former rugby or netball players will welcome the flexibility walking rugby offers. As the name suggests, players must walk, not run but it can still be played at a good pace.
Who is Walking Rugby For?
This is a game both sexes, all abilities and is suitable for anyone over 40. Since it is a competitive passing game, it is particularly suitable for ex-Rugby and Netball players, injured and rehabilitating current players and those interested in Rugby but without any experience!
Those past retirement age can still indulge in their passion without the full-on contact - and those wishing to keep up their activity levels can try a new sport. Walking Rugby is a great leveller and players don’t need to be fit – as we can help you with your fitness.
Contact the Club for more information.
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