We are especially pleased to welcome you to the OCRFC Junior Section. A lot has changed since the Youth section started in 2002, not least the number of players. We maintain our inclusive and fun ethos and are proud of our reputation as a family friendly club.
This section contains more information on Junior Boys Rugby (Under 12’s to Under 15’s) and on OCRFC in general
We also have a thriving Girls Junior section covering U12’s – U18’s (Yr 7-13 in school) Head over to the GIRLS Section for more info.
Training for Junior boys is on SUNDAYS From 10am – 11:30am
Where are we each week? Check out the ‘Whats Going On?’ post.
Below are the RFU Age Grade Rugby groups for Contact rugby
|Age on Sept 1st||School Year Group||Rugby Age Group|
|11||7||under 12 (Boys)|
|12||8||under 13 (Boys)|
|13||9||under 14 (Boys)|
|14||10||under 15 (Boys)|
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. Head over to our Membership page for all the info including our very reasonable Players Subs!
We also have a club Bursary fund which is available to assist with membership fees. Should you feel this may be of assistance then please fill in our Financial Assistance form which can also be found in the ‘Other info area’ of our page and then hand to your Team Manager. (Team Manager details can be found on each age groups page)
If your littles ones are too young to be an Old Colfeian just yet, then why not get them started with one of our club sponsors Munchkins first.
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 our safeguarding policies, available on the Safeguarding page.
Our current Safeguarding Team are:
Club Safeguarding Officer (CSO) Angie Elder
Assistant Safeguarding Officer Donna Riviere
The St Georges Day festival last Saturday was the final outing of the year for the U11s Crimsons, a team comprising girls currently playing in