To all Northern Colorado Rugby Club members: CIPP registration is required to play rugby. This year’s registration is DUE. The yearly fee is $60 and must be in place in order to play this Saturday’s game against Queen City. To register, go to USArugby.org and navigate to CIPP registration. The name of the club at that site is still FORT COLLINS RUGBY CLUB.
Northern Colorado Rugby Club begins the 2010 fall campaign with a home match at the Wildwing pitches with Queen City at noon, Saturday, August 28. Two sides will begin competition for the D1 division of the Eastern Rockies Rugby Union. All players are to be booted and ready to go at 11 a.m. Fans and supporters are invited to come enjoy the day and cheer our boys on. An agreement with the town of Timnath has been reached and we ask that no alchohol be consumed while at the fields. We will retire to Tony’s in Fort Collins after the matches.
As of Tuesday, Aug. 31 team practice will be held at Boltz Middle School, in Fort Collins at 6 p.m. The venue is on Stover at the west side of the school. The Wildwing pitches will be used for games only, at this time. Be ready promptly at 6 o’clock as we are beginning to run out of light at about 8.
This season promises to be one of the best ever for Northern Colorado Rugby!
Yes Rugby Fans, it is Christmastime again! Northern Colorado Rugby Club is sponsoring a CHRISTMAS in JULY PUB CRAWL on July 22nd.
Fans, Friends and Club members will meet at Tony’s Rooftop between 6 and 7 p.m. with donations to start on a 4 bar crawl. Details: -To attend, each person must bring a child’s clothing item or shoes and $20. -Each crawler gets a shirt or hat and a beer at each bar, and when we reach Tony’s we will be fed. -$100 cash prize for “Fur in July” winner. Dress up as a HO HO HO HOT Mrs. Claus. (Contest at Tony’s) -Start time will be 7 p.m. at East Coast, with 1/2 hour stop at each establishment. -Estimated time of arrival at Tony’s is 10 p.m. – All toys, clothes and shoes will go to Realities for Children.
This summer’s event will be raising cash donations, toys and clothing for boys and girls to go to Realities for Children. There is a need for clothing for youth ages 0-16.
Come join us for a JOLLY good time and a great cause!
Northern Colorado Rugby is going to PARTY ON THE ISLAND!!! The tiki torches will be lit, the music will be playing and the pig will be on the spit roaster. Hooters girls will be auctioning NoCo Rugby players to the highest bidder and a new club jersey will be raffled. This Hawaiian theme fundraiser will be held Friday June 25th from 5 pm to 10 pm with all the food, beer, music and fun you can stand. $40 advanced tickets can be purchased from any Rugby Club member or at the Island. A portion of the proceeds from this event will go to the Realities for Children. The PARTY ON THE ISLAND!!! is at the southwest corner of Kechter and I-25 in near Fort Collins. Dont miss it!
Northern Colorado Rugby Club is meeting Tuesday and Thursday evenings at the CITY PARK for summer touch at 6 pm. We will gather just east of City Park Lake at Sheldon Drive and Mulberry. It is a good chance to get some training and help you stay fit for the coming fall season. Bring a friend, a teammate some water and join in the fun.
Northern Colorado Rugby Club is helping with the Realities For Children Bike Rally this weekend, May 28-30, by providing security at the Old Town venue. Club Volunteers are asked to be at the southwest end of the Old Town mall, Mountain Ave. about 50 yards west of College Ave. at least 20 minutes before their shift. At this time, more voluteers are needed to fill shift slots. Please contact Terje Whitmore for more information.
Attention Fort Collins Old Boys A Fort Collins Old Boys match is to be held on Sunday, June 20th at the Rocky Mountain Challenge Tournament in Aurora. All players 35 years and older are invited to participate. The match is against the Colorado Senior Old Boys and will take place at noon June 20 during the Under-17 and Under-19 Tournament. For details please contact Bruce Serby or Brad Polzin for this yearly event.
Martin would like to invite the rugby team to an after practice social at his gym this upcoming Tuesday so that he can introduce himself and the gym to the entire team. So on Tuesday the 2nd we will have practice in Loveland at 6pm and have a social at Rain Tree immediately after practice at 8:15pm. There will be a bar and food available within the gym for all your eating and drinking needs.
Guys Rain Tree and Martin are working hard to support the needs of our club. There is going to be a lot more competing for positions this year so it’s time to now take it upon your self to get in shape, Rain Tree is giving us the tools.
This is a required Social Event for this team (first NoCo Rugby T-shirts to be given away at this event to all those that show)
Terje S Whitmore
Northern Colorado Rugby