Spring Quick Rip (Flag) Co-ed Rugby
Spring 2022 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 April 12 to May 19th. Tuesdays/Thursdays (10 sessions) 6:00-7:30 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 March 24.
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.
WA State Covid Update
State of Washington (LINK) – Order of Secretary of Health (updated September 13, 2021)
People are not required to wear face-covering:
Outdoors: Masks are no longer required outdoors; however, unvaccinated individuals should wear face coverings outdoors in crowded public settings, including sporting events, where there is decreased ability to consistently maintain physical distance between non-household members. People are not required to wear face coverings while engaged in outdoor training or competition in any type of sport
Register on or before March 24, Registrations past March 24th will be a waitlist registration.
$70 1st-6th grade
7th – 12th-grade players please reach out to the local club team, Liberty Warriors.
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, and labeled water bottle. 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.
DICK’s Sporting Goods Weekend – March 25-28
Need athletic shoes or shorts? SYSA families receive 20% off
LINK to coupon
The rugby coach will coordinate a time with Dorian Studios to take individual and team photo.
ASSISTANT COACH REGISTRATION – How to register (3 steps)
- Coach Registration: Log into Blue Sombrero account HERE.
Click on the volunteer tab, view divisions and complete registration.
- Background Check: All coaches must complete an SYSA background check annually. If you need one, SYSA will contact you.
- Abuse Prevention Video: All coaches are required to watch an Abuse Prevention Video. SYSA will contact you with a link for the video. Once the video is complete, the coach can be assigned to a team.
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.
Blue Sombrero Sports Connect – LOGIN OR CREATE YOUR NEW ACCOUNT HERE