BC SENIOR AND U20 WOMEN
Contact Dave Brown (email@example.com)
BC Rugby is announcing its first Open Talent Identification and Selection Camp which will be held at the UBC fields on Sunday, March 24th from 11.30 am to 3.30pm. The Camp will be for those athletes who aspire for selection to the Senior Women’s and U20 Women’s Provincial Teams that will compete at the NWL (National Womens League) Finals being held in Vancouver from June 26th to June 30th.
All athletes attending this event should contact BC Rugby Provincial Coach and Development Manager, Dave Brown, directly at firstname.lastname@example.org. Further information will be sent out to the athletes attending before the Camp begins.
BC SENIOR AND U20 WOMEN
Date: Sun. March 24, 2013
Location: Wolfson Fields, UBC, Vancouver
Eligible birth years for U20 athletes are 1993 and 1994.
BC ELITE YOUTH SEVENS U16 SESSIONS
Contact Shane Thompson (email@example.com)
Head Coach of the BC Elite Youth Sevens program Shane Thompson will be holding identification sessions in Victoria and Vancouver in the coming weeks to identify male athletes in the U16 and U15 (born in '97-'98) age grades.
The sessions will allow Thompson to see younger players in preparation for the upcoming Victoria International Sevens (July, 2013) which will add a U16 division this year. This group will also be identified for next year when Thompson plans to take the Elite Youth Sevens program to Las Vegas and Hong Kong to compete in international events.
The one day ID sessions are currently set for Victoria, Vancouver and North Vancouver with additional dates in the North Island, Okanagan and Abbotsford and/or White Rock to be confirmed.
South Island BCEY7s ID Session:
Date: Sat. March 9, 2013
Location: Wallace Field, University of Victoria
Vancouver BCEY7s ID Session:
Date: Fri. March 15, 2013
Location: Wolfson Fields, UBC
North Vancouver BCEY7s ID Session:
UPDATED Date: Sat. April 13, 2013
Location: Klahanie Park - home of Capilano RFC, North Van
About the BCEY7s program
As a result of rugby sevens being included into the Olympic games for 2016 and 2020, the British Columbia Rugby Union created the Elite Youth Sevens program. The sevens academy is designed to help develop young athletes into the rugby players who will be best qualified to represent Canada with distinction at future Olympic Games and Rugby World Cups. The program is geared towards identifying, training and developing athletes who can go on to represent their Regions, their Province and Canada at Age Grade Level and beyond.