Youth

Youth

Rugby is back this summer

2022 registration is open

In order for us to have a successful season, we are looking for Coaching and Assistant Coaching Staff. Please indicate in the “Health Issues” box if you are willing to help coach.

The Dollard Barbarians Rugby Club realizes that the future of rugby rests with our youth. With this in mind we provide fun, exciting and active programs for young rugby players. The training sessions are designed to help children develop better balance, physical skills, endurance, and strength while having lots of fun. Programs are also designed with safety in mind and to better educate players about the benefits of rugby.

Rugby is one of the fastest growing sports in Quebec. It is the second most popular sport in the world, behind soccer.

Everyone is welcome – no experience necessary – BOYS AND GIRLS

This is a sport for boys and girls of every shape and size. Youth rugby is about learning the sport of rugby, meeting new friends, and getting active. Children who play rugby become: more self-confident, more disciplined, more resilient, stronger and healthier.

Rookie Rugby

The Dollard Barbarians will be following Rugby Canada’s Rookie Rugby mini program.

Teams and Cost (Includes T-shirt):

  • Under 8  (2015 – 2014) $150.00 – Flag rugby.  Once a week. House league only.
  • Under 10 (2013 – 2012) $150.00 – Flag rugby. Once a week practice plus possible tournaments
  • Under 12 (2011 – 2010) $175.00– Introduction to contact. Once a week practice plus tournaments
  • Under 14  (2009 – 2008) $200.00– Contact.  One to two practices a week plus 7’s tournaments

Practice location:

Westwood Park, 45 Thornton, Dollard des Ormeaux

Season:

The season will run from May 26th until the end of July/beginning of August. We typically practice Thursday nights from 6:30 to 7:30. Older age groups may practice on additional days.

Registration Form















    Waiver

    Athletes and parents must be aware that there are unanticipated risks of injury to anyone playing sports and that the risk of injury increases in contact sports. Rugby is a contact sport. Some risks cannot be predicted or controlled.


    My son/daughter is physically able to participate in all rugby activities.


    The higher the level of skill, fitness and training the better prepared the player is to play rugby and the more the risk of injury is reduced.




    Proud Member of

    Rugby Canada
    Rugby Quebec
    Rugby Lac-Saint-Louis