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This weekend Topeka Rugby will hold the annual St. Patty's Tournament all day Saturday in Topeka!
 
Topeka Rugby welcomes back 90's Nationals Team Coach
Written by Matt Crawford   
Thursday, 07 August 2014

 

 

 Topeka Rugby would like to officially announce the 2015 new head coach: Adrian H.   Who began training with us on Tuesdays and some Thursdays this past fall season. He is from Britain and has a track history of winning (taking the 1994, 1996 TRFC teams to Nationals). While working with us unofficially he made practices really fun and grew the game amongst new and veteran players alike.  Adrian currently works/resides in Topeka and is a Chief Pilot for LifeStar.

 Even if you don't plan on playing on Saturdays we need to show our new coach that we are committed and have bodies willing to learn. Plus who doesn't like a free work out. Off season training will begin on January 6th 2015 (indoor location to be determined).

 

 

 

 


 

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Throwdown With The Crown 2014
Written by Lars   
Monday, 16 June 2014
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Last Updated ( Monday, 16 June 2014 )
 
Summer 7s is starting
Written by Matt Crawford   
Tuesday, 20 May 2014

The Topeka Rugby Football Club is currently conducting training and conditioning for the summer 7s season.  This is great way to continue playing rugby through the summer months and to stay in shape for the fall season.  Anyone who is new to rugby and would love to try out is welcome to come to the pitch as well. 

7s_copy.pngPractices are being held at McDonald Field on Tuesday and Thursday evenings starting at 6:30pm.  These training sessions are being managed by team president, Matt Crawford.  We also encourage all who participate to bring plenty of water as the heat becomes a factor through the summer months.  Anyone who doesn't plan on playing in any tournaments this summer but would love to stay in shape for fall 15s is highly recommended to attend these training sessions.

The summer 7s is a side formed from the TRFC team, meaning that no team dues are required to play and the team will only cover some travel costs.  Some tournaments and travel are covered out of pocket by the men participating in the tourneys.  As of now, the team plans on doing at least one tournament a month and has yet to pin point what tournaments that will be played.

Summer 7s is a fun and fast version of rugby that will definitely handle one's rugby fix, without all the wear and tear of a 15s game.  We hope to see everyone out for practice!

Last Updated ( Thursday, 26 June 2014 )
 
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