LittleLions-Rugby is a fun play programme based on non-contact sports skills for girls and boys aged 2.5 – 7 years. The programme encompasses rugby specific skills such as running with the ball, kicking and catching, finding space and scoring a try, developing basic core motor and social skills within a team environment.
Don’t be put off by the word ‘rugby’. Our sessions are more like a multi-sports session where we have included a rugby ball at every opportunity because of our love for the game. No experience or knowledge of the game is needed. All your child needs (girl or boy) is the capacity to have ‘FUN!’
We offer a full and exciting morning for the children which they all thoroughly enjoy, not to mention it gives the parents/Carers a time to relax before taking up the reins again for the rest of the day.
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SATURDAY: 10.00am – 11.00am, Moortown RUFC Moss Valley, Alwoodley, LS17 7NT
SATURDAY: Noon – 1.00pm, Yarnbury RUFC, Brownberrie Lane, LS118 5HB
SUNDAY: 10.00am – 11.00am, Leodiensian RUFC, Crag Lane, LS17 5PR
**FREE Taster sessions available, please email firstname.lastname@example.org for locations and times and to book on.
Fun, structured play sessions take children on a journey of sporting imagination with engaging and energetic coaches supporting them every step of the way whilst teaching how to catch, pass, kick, run with the ball and play as part of a team. Deliver a specifically designed programme for each age group with energy, enthusiasm and excitement.
“Be prepared to run across the jungle, wade through the quick sand or sprint through Rugbytots Valley avoiding all the smoking boulders.”
Age 2 – 3.5: Youngest classes require full parent participation and offer a fantastic opportunity to spend quality time with your child whilst they learn new skills, meet new friends and have an exciting introduction to Rugby.
Age 3.5 – 5: These classes do not require full parent participation. Your Rugbytot will be part of a dynamic session that will develop their social and physical skills in a positive environment.
Age 5 -7: Older age group classes really start to prepare children for life after Rugbytots. The same structure is followed but these sessions involve advanced team games and ensure that the basic skills of rugby are coached in the right way by maintaining small class numbers.
MONDAY: Bardsey Village Hall
TUESDAY: St Edmunds Church Hall, Roundhay (AM), Bramhope Robert Craven Hall (PM)
FRIDAY: Bramhope Robert Craven Hall
SATURDAY: Alwoodley Park Methodist Church Hall, Carr Manor Community High School
SUNDAY: Moorlands School, Headingley, Trinity and All Saints College, Horsforth, John Smeaton Leisure Centre
Tag Rugby is a non contact version of rugby which allows kids to run, pass, catch and most importantly have fun. It is a great introduction to the sport of rugby or just keeping fit and learning teamwork skills.
Either train on a Sunday morning at home ground starting at 10:30 or playing games (home or away) against other clubs in the local area throughout the rugby season (typically from around early September until Early April).
Teams: Under 7/8 and Under 13
Any child is welcome to come along and give it a go!.
Aims for the mini rugby teams at Moortown are quite simple really: want the kids to enjoy rugby and improve their skills as they get more experienced. Everyone gets to play. Some clubs run A sides with only the best players getting to play a match every week. Moortown don’t believe in doing that and ensure that everyone gets a fair and equal amount of game time.
Come and get involved and play for the best and frendliest team around. All new players are welcome.
Will be delighted to welcome new or existing players back to the Memorial Ground. You don’t need to have any experience, just don’t mind getting muddy and have a gum shield please.
Rugrats Kids Rugby is a non-contact rugby specific play programme for boys and girls aged 2-7. Your child will experience rugby skills such as running with ball, finding space, catching, kicking, scoring a try as well as working in a team and taking turns.
Saturday: Stainbeck Community Hall, Chapel Allerton
Tel: Hannah 07740 858749
The Rugby School of Excellence is a new Sports Academy, focusing primarily on core rugby skills that apply to both codes, based in North Leeds and headed up by Ex Great Britain International and Leeds Rhinos player Francis Cummins.
Providing professional yet fun rugby skills coaching to boys and girls aged 7-14 years.
Monday’s at Gledhow Sports and Social Club (Summer) and Lawnswood High School (Winter)
Tel: 07799 077 023