Spring Quick Rip (Flag) Co-ed Rugby
Spring 2021 Coed Quick Rip (flag) Rugby
Quick Rip (flag) Rugby is a non-contact version of Rugby. Quick Rip is safe, noncontact, easy to play, and a great way to get fit and healthy. The aim is to score a try by grounding the ball behind or on the opponent’s goal line and that’s worth 5 points. To stop a try from being scored, the defenders must rip the tag from the belt of the ball carrier, forcing them to pass the ball straight away. Four rips in one set of possession for the attacking team and if they haven’t scored, they then have to hand the ball over to the defenders.
The season is 5 weeks long and includes 10 sessions. Season dates are from May 17th to June 16th. Tuesdays/Thursdays (10 sessions) 6:00-7:15 pm at Andrew Rypien Field. The age groups for the Quick Rip program are 1st-2nd grade, 3rd-4th grade and 5th-6th grade. It is $70 to participate for the season and players receive a t-shirt. The deadline to register for the Quick Rip season is May 6th.
If you like the pace, excitement and skills of rugby but not the big hits, then Quick Rip is the game for you.
Using fundamental development principles, an athlete centred approach and the cultural values special to rugby, I aim to provide a unique vehicle for the program to entice more kids into rugby long term. Purposely, I have used elements of the NZ Rugby youth development model that is heavily Māori inspired.
-Adriaan Ferris (Athletic Director)
Our mission is to provide sport activities for all youth where everyone plays, develops skills, is taught good sportsmanship, and learns the value of being a team player.
LINK to latest State Guidelines, Healthy Washington – Roadmap to Recovery.
Within Phase 3:
- Moderate contact sports (flag rugby) allowed to remove facial coverings for competitions. Facial coverings must be worn by athletes when training or when not actively competing in a game or match against another team or when on the bench waiting to play. Coaches, trainers, and officials must wear face coverings at all times.
Sporting Activities Guidelines Covid 19 Updated April 19, 2021
SYSA Return to Play Guidelines Updated March 22, 2021
May 17 – June 16
Register on or before May 13th
$70 1st/2nd grade
$70 3rd/4th grade
$70 5th/6th grade
Training Location & Times
Training with scrimmages
Tuesdays/Thursdays (10 sessions)
Andrew Rypien Field (Google Map)
Athletic gear appropriate for the weather, athletic shoes or cleats, labeled water bottle, hand sanitizer, and a face-covering to be worn in accordance to the latest Covid 19 Sporting Guidelines. The coaches will bring the rugby balls to practice but if you want one to have at home, size 3 for 1st – 3/4th, size 4 – 5th/6th grade.
ALERT- for better communications please add the following: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org as contacts in your phone/email. There have been several issues with coaches and parents not receiving team information due to emails going to spam, junk and trash.
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