TGC Rugby games against touring schools from Canada.
Players MUST have filled in the NZRU player registration form for 7s & 15s before they can play these matches.
7s - https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/78064
15s - https://www.sporty.co.nz/viewform/85300
Monday 18th March - Carson Graham School, game at TGC at 12noon.
Students in class period 1, 2 & 5.
10.40am - players go to Whare for a Powhiri
11.10am - players go to the field to get ready to play.
12 noon - Game starts
1.30pm - prize giving
2.15pm - Carson Graham School depart.
2.25pm - TGC girls attend period 5.
Sunday 24th March - YETI School, game at Tauranga Boys’ College @ 12 noon.
Students will be issued with TGC Tracksuit etc for this game on Friday 22nd March.
11am - Players to meet at Tauranga Boys’ College by the school gymnasium.
12 noon - Game
1.30pm ish - Aftermatch function with food (Hangi), TBC are organising this and girls are expected to stay.
3.30pm approx - Home time.
Term 2 and Term 3
1st XV - Bay of Plenty Secondary Schools Championship on Wednesday afternoons
Development team - Monday afternoons
Trainings: (when season starts)
1st XV - Monday and Tuesday 3.30 to 5pm on field
Development team: Monday (until games start) and Thursday 3.30 to 5pm on field
$80 plus TGC Shorts $40 & TGC Rugby Socks $15
Ms Clair Richardson, Physical Education Teacher, [email protected] 58788114 ext 570
Mrs Kaye Barnett , Director of Sport, [email protected] 5788114 ext 748 or 0212095151
Please click on this link to fill in the New Zealand Rugby Union's registration form. No Student can play without this being filled out.
Rugby XVs registration & consent - NZRU
Need To Know:
Wanting to play Women's Club Rugby?
Exact wording from Bay of Plenty Rugby Union 2017 Handbook:
BOP SS 1.7 Playing for a Rugby Club
All Secondary School Students must play for the school they attend (unless they are Under 13 or 19 as at 1st January). Where the school cannot provide a suitable level of rugby for the student they may apply for a dispensation to play club rugby. This dispensation must be signed off by the BOPSS Dispensation Committee and their School Principal.
At Tauranga Girls' College we do offer students a suitable level of Rugby to cater for all students so there is no need for a student to require to play Club rugby when they are not already playing for the school. If a year 13 students who currently plays for Tauranga Girls' College wishes to play Club rugby as well then a meeting is required to discuss this issue with the Rugby Coach and the Director of Sport, Kaye Barnett before dispensation is requested.
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