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BCSSRU General Information
BCSSRU Rules and Regulations
- Constitution and By-Laws
- General Rules and Regulations
- Provincial Championship Tournaments
- BCSSRU Sevens Tournament
Game Management Resources
- 2014 IRB Recommended Sanctions
- 140307 RC Memo to Provincial Unions_IRB Rugby Goggles Trial
- 140509 CL IRB Law Clarification 1 2014
- 2014 - 2015 U19 Game Management Document
- Rugby Canada Scrum Amendment
- Rugby Canada Lightning Guidelines
- BC Boys Stadium Protocol
- BC Boys Game Management Document
- BCSSRU Substitution Card
- IRB Technical Zone Protocol
Information and Forms for Sanctioning of Out-of-Province Competition
Many British Columbia schools travel outside of the province to compete, and also host schools from across Canada, from the United States and from overseas. To ensure that this competition is approved or conducted by secondary school authorities and that it is fair and equitable, sanctioning policies have been developed by all Provincial School Sport Associations in Canada and State Associations in the United States.
BC SCHOOL SPORTS Policies and Procedures with respect to sanctioning of tours (both incoming and outgoing), as well as the required forms, can be downloaded as follows:
- Part I: Sanctioning for Out-of-Province Competition
- Application for Sanction of an Athletic Competition – BCSS Member School Hosting an Event
- Application for Sanction of an Athletic Competition – BCSS Member School Travelling to an Event
There may be situations where the rugby jurisdictions outside of Canada either sending a team to, or hosting a team from, British Columbia may require the approval of the BC Rugby Union and/or Rugby Canada. If this is the case, please review the information below, then complete and submit the required documentation as directed.
- Rugby Canada / BCRU Policies and Instructions
- Rugby Canada / BCRU Tour Out Form
- Rugby Canada / BCRU List of Travellers Form
IRB Law Clarifcations
Rules & Regulations
BC School Sports
BCSS is an organization of Member Schools which encourages student participation in extra-curricular athletics, assists schools in the development and delivery of their programs and provides governance for interschool competition.
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Rugby Canada is committed to developing and delivering Rugby Union Football, from fielding successful representative teams to providing leadership in refereeing and coaching. Through innovative leadership, corporate alliances and effective communication, Rugby Canada will elevate Rugby Union Football to the forefront of Canadian sport.
International Rugby Board - Laws of the Game
The International Rugby Board (IRB), with its headquarters in Dublin, Ireland, is the World Governing and Law-making body for the Game of Rugby Union. The Board was founded in 1886.Website: http://www.irfb.com/www.irfb.com/irblaws.htm