British Columbia Secondary Schools Rugby Union
Lord Byng Tour to Australia
Memories of a Great Experience!
Lord Byng 48 - Bishop Druitt Anglican College (Coff’s Harbour NSW) 5
Lord Byng 2nd XV 14 – Somerset College 2nd XV (Mudgereeba QLD) 10
Lord Byng 1st XV 36 – Somerset College 1st XV 5
Lord Byng 17 – St. Teresa’s Catholic College (Noosa QLD ) 10
Lord Byng 2nd XV 19 – Matthew Flinders Anglican College (Buderim QLD) 2nd XV 17
Lord Byng 1st XV 31 – Matthew Flinders Anglican College 1st XV 5
For more details of the tour, go to the Tour Blog: http://lordbygnrugbyaussietour2014.blogspot.ca/
Congratulations to our 2013 BCSSRU Scholarship Winners
We are pleased to announce the eleven candidates who have been awarded BCSSRU Scholarships for 2013. These were presented at the Provincial Championships held at Rotary Stadium during the week of May 25 to June 1, 2013.
BC Secondary Schools’ Rugby Union Scholarships
Derek Hyde-Lay Memorial Scholarships
Pacific Northwest Over 40 Rugby Union Scholarship
Lower Mainland Zone Scholarships
Buzz Moore (UBC) Scholarship
Rod Holloway (UBC) Scholarship
Bruce Howe (UVic) Scholarship
Provincials 2013 is now part of the record for an event that stretches back some forty-one years to 1972. This year’s edition saw thirty-two teams from around the Province gather in Abbotsford for a festival of senior boys’ rugby involving over seven hundred student-athletes.
At the AAA level, Shawnigan Lake retained the R.P. Woodward Memorial Shield for the fifth straight year, fending off a strong challenge from Vancouver’s St. George’s. Yale placed third for a first time ever medal placing. In AA competition, Collingwood defeated Rockridge in a hard-fought contest for Championship honours, while top-ranked Brentwood College edged Victoria’s St. Michaels University for Bronze Medal placing.
Click here for Game Scores and Team Photos
Claremont Scrum Fest 2014
Claremont Secondary (Saanich) is set to host is fifth Scrum Fest Tournament. The event will run over three days (April 10 to 12), and features approximately thirty teams in two divisions. – Senior and Junior Boys. Past participants have included teams from Vancouver Island, the Lower Mainland, the Okanagan, the Northern Interior, Alberta, Ontario, the United States, Great Britain and Australia. Each team will play three pre-arranged games. The event also features
- A ‘Player Clinic’ hosted by members of the Canadian Men’s National Team
- Tournament T-shirts and program
- An on-site concession, change rooms, bleachers for spectators, and more…
You can find out more about the tournament (including registration) by accessing the following link: Scrumfest Tournament Info and Registration Form
This is a popular event and teams are encouraged to register as soon as possible to enure a place at this year’s event.
Kamloops Rugby Fest 2014
Whistle Talk – News from the BCRRS
From time to time the BC Rugby Referees’ Society will publish a newsletter featuring discussion on the Laws of the Game, and the impact they have on the way the game is played in British Columbia. As the IRB clarifies the Laws with its policies and rulings, it is hoped that this newsletter will do the same for officials, coaches, players and fans. For a copy of the current laws, go to http://www.irblaws.com/EN/downloads
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 3 Edition 3
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 2 Edition 3
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 2 Edition 2
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 2 Edition 1
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 1 Edition 4
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 1 Edition 3
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 1 Edition 2
- Click here for the full text of Whistle Talk – Volume 1 Edition 1