Dear Rugby Players,
Please see attached the basic outline and schedule for our Internal Rugby Trials for all age groups this coming Saturday. Please note what you are required to wear, venues and also what time you need to arrive.
Please also note the following important points:
For players who DID attend the Rugby Camp:
1. Players who attended the Rugby Camp are eligible to trial this weekend and compete in the contact trial games as per the schedule
For players who DID NOT attend the Rugby Camp:
2. Players who did not attend the Rugby Camp are not eligible to trial in the contact games this weekend
3. Players who did not attend the Rugby Camp will need to attend the trials for the first hour and complete the World Rugby Activate session and the Confidence in Contact session which is being run prior to the trials commencing. Following this these players will then be able to return home as they cannot take part in the full contact rugby trial games scheduled for the rest of the day
4. Players who did not attend the Rugby Camp will need to attend trainings in the first 2 weeks of term (during which all teams will complete further sessions on Confidence in Contact and revise other mandatory safety components). Following these 2 weeks of preparation, these players will then be considered eligible to commence full contact training at the start of week 3 (from Monday, 27 July) and compete in games from Round 3 onwards (Round 3 – Friday, 31 July and Saturday, 1 August)
You will receive more details regarding this in a communication from the Sports Office. We look forward to seeing you at the trials on Saturday.
All boys wishing to sign up for Tennis Coaching during Term Three, 2020 are advised to attend the Tennis Coaching Muster with Director of Tennis Coaching, Mr Gavin Wright on Friday, 17 July at 1.00pm outside the TGS Assembly Hall.
Any further Tennis enquires can be emailed to Mr Wright at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phoning Mr Wright directly on 0413 004 457
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