Good morning ,
As you will be aware we introduced the codes of practice at the start of the season .
The Age Grade Codes of Practice provide practical support and best practice to those delivering the Age Grade game.
The Codes give practical advice on how to adopt a player-centered and holistic approach to rugby and support the application of Regulation 15.
There are seven codes in total, covering a number of topics ranging from playing and training frequency to the grouping of players and key information on player welfare.
If you are involved with Age Grade Rugby, read and commit to following the Codes of Practice. Then tell others about it. It's in the interest of our players and their livelong enjoyment of the game.
Tell us you’re ‘in’. Complete the form -
At the moment across North Midlands we have only 28 teams that have signed up , sign up your team to promote the codes of practice within your club .
M&J chairs , CCC`s and youth contacts please could you pass this to your team coaches , managers and administrators .
Stuart Eades | Rugby Development Officer | RFU office c/o Kidderminster Carolians RFC | Marlpool Lane | | Kidderminster | Worcester | DY11 5HP | Tel: +44 20 8831 7873 | Mobile: +447730814156 | Fax: | firstname.lastname@example.org | www.englandrugby.com
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The Rugby Football Foundation is a charity set up to support community participation in rugby.
Updated 13:46 - 29 Mar 2018 by Martin Swinnerton
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