Sunday December 8th 2013 8.30 am
for details on award winners connect to member news page
purchase one of the custom jerseys from the CRC Blues match at Lindsay in September
all proceeds go towards purchasing new kit for 2014! contact email@example.com to
make your purchase for Christmas.
Tickets are almost gone, so contact Andrew Davis, Brett Moxley,or events on facebook
8.00 pm Armoury in Lindsay December 21st
age of majority event bring I D.
get a jump on next season, Fridays 7.00 pm I.E. Weldon
with Brodie Bowins, if interested in coming out contact
There is a fantastic event that is coming up at St. Andrew’s Church (across from Roy Thomson Hall) that I discovered for the first time last year. I am hoping that you, (the executive members of your club) will forward this to your members and players and we will fill St. Andrews Church with Rugby players, ex-players, and their friends and family on December 13, 2013 at 7:00 p.m.This carol service is an opportunity for Rugby people to come together over the holiday season and sing some carols and hear some great performances. I will be sending details of the program in the next couple of weeks.
We are hoping to see a lot of club ties and jerseys this year, and are also hoping to fill St. Andrew’s (capacity 1,000). Please extend this to your Junior and Senior teams.
Admission is free, but donations go to the Out of the Cold program. St. Andrew’s is an Out of the Cold facility that provides a wonderful hot meal for about 250 people every Monday night during the winter, and Tuesday morning breakfast throughout the year.
The focus of the evening however is getting together, having a good sing and a great time. Many people head over to The Elephant and Castle for a drink afterwards to round off the evening and meet up with friends and teammates.
Hope to see you at this year’s Carol Service. It’s yours to enjoy!
Go Canada this Sunday.
Ex Toronto Saracens
Following the Oct 5th catastrophic injury to Judah Campbell, R.C. has issued a restatement of the insurance coverage given to a player.
The purpose of this memo is to provide an update and clarification regarding Rugby Canada’s National Insurance Program and the recent injury of a BC club rugby player, Judah Campbell. There has been significant coverage of this situation, including from various media outlets, and we wish to provide the Provincial Unions with some information relative to the National Insurance Program and this particular incident.