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6 nations is an annual rugby tournament where some of the top nations play each other in a round robin. Games are televised on NBC sports. If you're new to rugby this a great event to see what the sport looks like played at the top level! See the tv schedule on the link below
As we prepare to begin our 2021 Spring Season there will be many questions regarding the guidelines for a safe season amidst the COVID pandemic. Please CLICK HERE to bring up the 18 page document that is available on PA Rugby's website that outlines the various phases we will be moving through during the season.
You can also review the information posted on the state website that outlines protocols for all sports by CLICKING HERE.
Our Mission: The Conestoga Rugby Club is committed to instilling a passion for the culture and sport of rugby in the Tredyffrin/Easttown School District area. The Conestoga Rugby Club was established in 1971, making it the oldest high school affiliated rugby program in the United States. The experienced coaching staff is dedicated to inspiring student athletes of all levels to reach their full rugby playing potential. The Conestoga Rugby Club has produced players who have gone on to play at prestigious levels of college and premier club sides in the United States and abroad. As the sport of rugby continues to grow nationwide, the Conestoga Rugby Club is excited to see its members take their rugby playing career as far as they possibly may go.
Conestoga Rugby Club is registered with Rugby PA and USA Rugby and adheres to their strict safety guidelines and codes of conduct. The Club is comprised of four teams:
On May 19th at the Penn State Berks County Campus the undefeated Conestoga Junior Boys team played a very determined Berks County team for the State Championship. With 14 min to play, our team was playing from behind for the first time all season and their team grit was put to the ultimate challenge. With an inspirational team effort and a belief to play until the very end, our team scored the go-ahead try with 40 seconds left in the game and secured our first Juniors State Championship! Congratulations to all the players, coaches and parents for making the 2019 season one to remember for years to come!
On May 19th the 2019 Conestoga Girls Rugby team played Kiski Valley High School at the Penn State Berks County Campus for the State Championship. Under the guidance of first year head coach, Jenna Ponto, the team embarked on one of the greatest team turnarounds in our clubs history to advance to the State Championship for their first time. Our girls put together an inspirational performance while playing short handed in the final minutes of the game. With the games outcome hanging in the balance they played hard and they played together until the final whistle. While their bid fell just short of the title, they succeeded in announcing to the league that the Conestoga Girls Rugby team is here and ready for another championship run! Congratulations to the players, coaches and parents for an inspirational season and bring on the 2020 season!
The Conestoga Rugby Team is raising funds for uniforms, field rentals, buses, and equipment. We are asking for advertisement sponsors to assist us in our goal of organizing a successful rugby program. Sponsors will be placed in our Spring Break tour and rugby yearbook. The Conestoga Varsity Boys Rugby team have also been doing leaf raking in the community to raise money for our bi-annual spring break tour. The boys get to play multiple games and stay with local families all while experiencing a culture interwoven in the sport of rugby. After raking leaves some of our boys took it upon themselves to ask Santa to help!!
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Oct 15, 2017 2:11 PM
Your High School season is over. Your players are already making plans to play other sports during the winter and the spring. What should they play?
In the spring, especially, football coaches find themselves at odds with their players’ choices. But what if your players could play a sport that not only keeps them in shape for football, but actually makes them better football players? The sport is out there, it’s called rugby, and strangely enough some football coaches won’t let their athletes play the game.
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