Old Colfeians welcomes girls of all ages to come and get involved in rugby. We’re always looking for new teammates, so come along and try us out – no previous rugby experience is necessary.
For Girls in years 7-13 at school – You’re in the right place.
For Girls in years 1-6 at school – head over to our Minis page where you can find out everything about joining in the fun with the mixed girls and boys sessions.
Girls training is on Sundays at 1:00 – 2:30pm (arrive by 12:45 for a prompt 1:00pm start)
See the Table below for which age group you need and who to contact.
We offer 3 FREE Sunday sessions to newcomers via our ‘Turn up, Play… we hope you stay’ scheme. It’s a chance to test out the sport, meet the rest of your team and get a feel for our friendly community! Find out where we are each week in the ‘Whats Going On?’ post.
And if you have littles ones (Under 6 years old) who are too young to be an Old Colfeian just yet, then why not get them started with one of our club sponsors Munchkins first.
|School Year Group
|Age on 31st August
Yr 8 & 9
Age 12 or 13
|Yr 10 & 11
|Age 14 or 15
|Yr 12 & 13
Age 16 or 17
* Click here for contacts if on mobile. The Crimsons is the collective name for our four girls’ teams for those aged 11-18. Since our launch we have gone from strength to strength, winning a number of local competitions, and with many of our players being selected for the Kent County side.
The team are coached by England International player Vicky Fleetwood, and accredited RFU coaches Tom Chapman, Tom Rameaux, John Noble and Paul Ironside.
Girls rugby is a major focus of England Rugby, and our ambition is to be the foremost girls’ club in metropolitan Kent.
We play competitive matches with London and Kent clubs and beyond, go on trips to watch internationals and other professional matches, and have great social events.
To benefit from all that our club offers and to officially play in matches and tournaments all players are required to become a member of the RFU & OCRFC. This ensures that we can fulfil our duty of care to your child and that we are complying with our child welfare responsibilities.
We understand that paying for your child’s membership can be difficult at times and therefore we have 2 options available that might be of assistance.
Your Team Manager can help with both options and if you are applying for club funding then you can also send them a completed Financial Assistance form .
Old Colfeians adhere to the RFU’s requirements on child/U18s safety.
We require our volunteers to hold a current DBS certificate, to have undergone a RFU safeguarding course and to follow club and RFU safeguarding policies.
Click here to read our Club Handbook for all information for parents and volunteers.
Fairly safe to say that yesterday was the last time Matthew Quilter, Stephen Corlett and Tim Tunnicliff will be lining up together in the front row. Really