Youth rugby

Youth Rugby is all about teaching the kids how to play.  We focus on having fun and giving getting the kids opportunities to play and compete, catering for all levels of ability.

 

Middles School Rugby - For players in grades 5-8, middle school rugby is full contact rugby with some age-appropriate rules variations. Middle school clubs play a competitive season in the spring with two age/grade-based divisions culminating in the state championships. There is also a fall developmental season of friendly matches and a summer Olympic sevens season.

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Middle School

Tackle Rugby

Middle school students must be enrolled in middle school and must compete only in an age-appropriate division (U16 or below).

 

U15 - For boys and girls who turn 14 on or after July 1 prior to the fall and spring seasons, primarily 7th and 8th grade players but also older 6th grade players ineligible for the Juniors division. The fall season is coed. In the spring, there are separate divisions for boys and girls.

U13 - A coed division for boys and girls who turn 12 on or after July 1 prior to the fall and spring seasons, primarily 5th and 6th grade players.

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girls high school

Tackle Rugby

Girls high school clubs play a competitive season in the spring, culminating in the state championships. There is also a fall season of friendly matches for clubs that are unable to compete in the spring or that compete in both seasons, and a summer Olympic sevens season.

High school players will be eighteen (18) years of age or less on 1 September of the academic year in question. Students in their fifth year of high school are not eligible to play. Players must be within four (4) years of the moment the player first enrolled in ninth grade, regardless of when that player started playing rugby or had the ability to start playing rugby. The player in a high school division must be enrolled in high school at some point in time during the academic year of the season being considered.

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boys high school

Tackle Rugby

Boys high school clubs play a competitive season in the spring with multiple divisions, culminating in the state championships. There is also a fall developmental season of friendly matches and a summer Olympic sevens season.

High school players will be eighteen (18) years of age or less on 1 September of the academic year in question. Students in their fifth year of high school are not eligible to play. Players must be within four (4) years of the moment the player first enrolled in ninth grade, regardless of when that player started playing rugby or had the ability to start playing rugby. The player in a high school division must be enrolled in high school at some point in time during the academic year of the season being considered.

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rookierugby

Non Contact Version of Rugby

Rookie Rugby is typically played in elementary and middle school programs and leagues until players are ready to be introduced to the traditional contact version of the game. It is popular in PE programs and park district programs as an excellent way to teach fitness, teamwork, decision-making, and inclusiveness.

Quad City Rugby is here to support educators, parents, and others looking to introduce rookie rugby programs and start leagues.

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