It’s time to ruck and roll

Kickers now in training for upcoming fall rugby season




The Comox Valley Kickers Rugby Football Club has begun its training for all fall 2012 leagues.

The fall schedules are set with games commencing in early September. Under the direction of new coaches and dedicated players – new and old – the teams are gearing up for a great season ahead.

The Kickers always welcome new players and invite anyone interested in playing rugby to attend any of the training sessions. If you have played in the past or are looking for a new challenge and meet new people why not come out and get involved? All levels are welcome.

The senior men are now training Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at the Fallen Alders field in Royston. The women are training Mondays and Thursdays at 6:30 p.m. at Lower Lake Trail field. Junior boys and girls training has started as well, Tuesday and Thursday evenings 6 p.m. at Lower Lake Trail Field.

Additional information about the club and schedules can be found on the club webpage


– Comox Valley Kickers



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