IMPORTANT. Pay close attention to the following: Team Sideline Behavior
The Capital Annual General Meeting was held on Sunday, August 16, at the Sheraton Suites Old Town Alexandria in Alexandria, Virginia.
Elected officers are under Contacts. Minutes will be posted soon, but officer reports are here:
CGU AGM Reports
Agenda for the Annual General Meeting:
10 am – Welcome – President
10:20 am – roll call – Secretary
10:30 am – officer reports
– Vice President
11 am – Break
11:15 am – Treasurer
11:45 am – USA Rep
12 pm – Lunch
12:45 pm – President
1 pm – Neil – request updated contacts. Review communications to date and ask for feedback on how the clubs prefer communications.
1:15 pm – break
1:20 pm – Strength and Conditioning like an Eagle – Guest Speaker
1:30 pm – MAC Discussion – Break out by division
2:45 pm – Break
3:00 pm – Elections and other votes to the floor
4 pm – dismissal
4:15 pm – Board Meeting
On Sunday June 28th, the first camp for the Capital Select Side men’s team will be held. The camp will start at 11:30 am and is being hosted by Rocky Gorge at 6500 Mansion Lane, Elkridge, MD 21075. Other camp dates are July 19th in Richmond and August 2nd in Raleigh.
Please let all your players that are interested in playing at a higher level know about the camp.
The coaching staff consists of Chris Porter (firstname.lastname@example.org) as head coach, Chuck Moore (forwards coach), Jeremy Frayne (scrum coach), and Roland Pratt (team manager). Chris is also asking other coaches from the CGU to help at each camp. Please let Chris know if you have any questions.
The Capital Selects will be taking on the Northeast Academy on August 22nd in New Jersey.
Level 1 Referee Course – Introduction to Refereeing to be held on Sunday May 31st at:
Menchville High School, 275 Menchville Road, Newport News, VA 23602
Please register at USAR with following link:
MAC sideline management policy. Effective immediately:
WHO IS IT FOR: ALL coaches, 7s/15s/youth/hs/club/college, both certified and uncertified are invited to attend. ALL players, college and club, are invited to attend.
Free – All Capital Rugby Union Coaches and Players
$75 – Non CRU Players
$50 – Non CRU Coaches
WHO ARE THE COACH EDUCATORS: Put on jointly by Serevi Rugby® and the Capital Rugby Union, this highly-interactive program will feature former England flyhalf Ben Gollings, former USA Eagle Shawn Pittman, and former USA Eagle and Connacht center Pate Tuilevuka and USA Women’s Forwards Coach Luke Gross!
Book your room today! Use the code Serevi Camp. Coach’s social will be held here as well on Friday.
DoubleTree by Hilton Washington DC | 1515 Rhode Island Avenue, NW | Washington, DC 20005
More information here.
This applies to ALL Club Men (D1, D2, D3, D4) and Club Women (D1, D2, D3).
By 9/4/14 (if not already), everyone’s club officers will have information about the new USAR Competition Management system for 2014-2015. Your rosters must be submitted online prior to your league matches (so-called ‘friendlies’ are not included). USAR guidelines are being distributed along with club IDs and PWs; this has information about due dates and times. This is required by USAR.
The bottomline: make sure your club does this and don’t play around with this.
Links for Schedules and Results: Men – Women
Standings: Men – Women
The AGM was held on Sunday, August 24, 2014 from 9 AM – 4 PM. The location was Harbour View, 13200 Marina Way, Woodbridge, VA 22191, www.harbourviewevents.com.
Agenda, President’s Presentation (PPT), Budget information (PDF), USA Congress Rep report (PDF), Discipline report (PPT). MAC Report
Sent: 8/8/2014 3:00:12 PM
As we look forward to the 2014-2015 season we are reaching out to all recent event organizers in regard to the event sanctioning process. Event Sanctioning is the means by which USA Rugby accident and liability insurance coverage is extended to tournaments and other rugby events. Any event outside of the practice, scrimmage, and league play of compliant clubs may seek sanctioning by submission of an application.
To achieve sanctioning an event must follow the enclosed steps:
Submission of the event sanction application four weeks prior to the event.
A listing of participating clubs to accompany the above application. All clubs must be in compliance and all participants registered in advance of the event.
Club compliance for all participants in the event. This achieved when a club has registered for the current membership cycle, maintains an appropriately certified coach on the club roster, and has met the roster minimum for competition.
Note: Appropriate accommodations will be made for motley/social sides with the understanding that all participants in a sanctioned event need be registered.
USA Rugby staff will continue to provide situation-specific instruction to clubs out of compliance. Please note that an expedite fee will now be required of all applications that fail to meet the four-week submission deadline. This fee will also apply to applications missing the listing of participating clubs four weeks in advance of the event. It is understood that these listings are dynamic and stand to change.
Lastly, USA Rugby is excited to offer web space to sanctioned events. Any sanctioned event will be free to upload event write-ups, photos, and results to their own, event-specific USA Rugby webpage. Upon approval of uploaded content, the relevant entry on the Sanctioned Event Listing will change to a hyperlink directed to the event’s own webpage. The Event Sanctioning webpage houses an Event Report Upload link for this purpose, alongside other common event sanctioning resources. Any event sanctioned in the previous membership cycle may use this space for event promotion after submitting an application for this year’s event.
USA Rugby would like to thank you for your continued support and wish you all the best in preparation of the new membership cycle. We look forward to hearing from you in regard to this year’s event. As always, feel free to contact me at your convenience with questions or concerns.