Rugby is the father of American football. A fast paced, physical contest for possession and territory. Rugby is a game of space, speed and strategy where teamwork and commitment are essential for success. It's full contact, played on a field that is 100 yrds x 70yrds with 15 players per side. Substitutions are limited, so the best players are immensely fit.
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Griffins Rugby offers developmental youth rugby programs for boys and girls from 5 years old, including a graduated introduction to contact rugby for those who wish to try. What sets the Griffins apart is that we are are the ONLY youth rugby program in the area with full-time, professional coaches. Our young rugby players get to practice under the guidance of professional players. All coaches are background checked and screened and we aim for a 1:10 or better coach:child ratio at every session.


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Change at DOR for 15/16

Following two years of growth and development, Griffins Rugby will be moving forward into the 2015/16 season without the services of Director of Rugby, Elaine Vassie who will be returning to the UK in July. “Elaine joined us as we made the step up into division 1 rugby,” Griffins owner,...

Griffins Ladies, D1 for 15/16

Griffins Ladies Promoted to RRRC D1 Next Season TRU Approve Griffins Ladies Inclusion to D1 ​Griffins are proud to announce news that Griffins Ladies will compete in Women’s RRRC Division 1 from the 2015-2016 season after receiving approval from the TRU for meeting the conditions in the probationary season of 2014-2015....

2 Given Full Time Contracts

Griffins give two new full time contracts with more to come With the close of the 2014/5 Season, Griffins are already building towards next season and preparing for rugby’s transition into professionalism. Last week we released information about our new world class headquarters and training facility, “The Den” and today...