Rugby 2019

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.

Draft timetable

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.


Main Season

When:

Term 2 and Term 3

Competitions:  

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 

Who:

Everyone

Cost:

$80 plus TGC Shorts $40 & TGC Rugby Socks $15

Contact:

Ms Clair Richardson, Physical Education Teacher, [email protected] 58788114 ext 570

Mrs Kaye Barnett , Director of Sport,  [email protected] 5788114 ext 748 or 0212095151

Coaches: 

1st XV: 

Development team: 

Registration: 

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

Newsletters:

 

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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