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U7 (2013)

Hi All,

We are on a summer break from the rugby & start back on Sunday 1st September.

In the meantime if you have any queries, please do not hesitate to contact me.

Richard Henry
U6’s Head Coach

Email: richardbrendanhenry@gmail.com
Mobile: 087 171 4159

Permitted Footwear

  • The permitted footwear for the all-weather pitch and training area is boots with moulded rubber studs or rubber / steel screw-in studs (see examples below)
Moulded StudsSteel Plastic Studs
  • All persons entering the pitch enclosure must wear appropriate footwear for safety and to avoid damaging the synthetic grass.
  • Blade boots, runners and boots with worn studs are all forbidden as they will damage the synthetic grass. (see examples below)
        • Blade bootsAstro
  • Players, coaches, managers and any other persons involved in the game or training should comply with the appropriate footwear and ensure everyone in their group is compliant.
  • Parents and spectators should remain outside the pitch enclosure where footpaths and a concourse has been provided.
  • Boots and attire should be clean of all mud or other dirt.
  • The blue run-off area is a safety zone for players. It is not for spectators and must be maintained to the same standard as the pitch. The same footwear applies to all blue run-off areas.
  • Team coaches and referees are responsible for footwear of all players involved in their sessions.