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Friday 20th November 2009
Coaching Camps Available

Everything Rugby aims to do pretty much what the name suggests. We set out with an aim to try and help grass roots rugby clubs as much as possible by using some of the knowledge, contacts and opportunities that we had come across during the time we have spent in professional rugby.
It has taken some time to grow but gradually we are getting bigger and bigger and things are starting to take shape.
We now have a thriving news section which many clubs use as an opportunity to increase the awareness of their club or simply use as a base for all of their club news. Our directory is vast and there are some fantastic clubs who have signed up to the site and are using us in different ways. Not everyone wants to use all of the facilities available which is fine by us. Our aim is simply to help out as much as we can and with around 700 individual visitors a day we are certainly getting clubs a wide range of people looking at their news.
We have an online coaching section which we are going to update shortly and then align with the new offering we have - coaching camps. Everything Rugby started the coaching camps last year in some schools which were situated all over the country. We had a really successful week nationwide with some fantastic feedback and some special visits by players from Sale Sharks, Leicester Tigers, Northampton Saints and Newcastle Falcons. This year we are opening the camps up. If you are interested in hosting an Everything Rugby camp next August, probably a Monday to Friday (dates to be confirmed), then get in touch. We are giving your club the opportunity to benefit not only from the camps coaching but also financially too. 15% of all the revenue from the camps is being given back to the host club in the form of a cheque or in the form of equipment; it will be your choice.
If you are interested then please get in touch with us as soon as possible as we have had a lot of interest and host club places are disappearing quickly. Email and we will get back to you as soon as we can with any more information you may require.
Be back soon with some more news and updates from Everything Rugby, your grass roots rugby site!

Posted by: , on November 20th 2009 on 08:04am0 Comments
Saturday 03rd May 2008
Forums added

Everything Rugby has now added forums to the site. Members can now chat interactively with others and talk about anything to do with rugby. A couple of posts have been placed on the forum section but feel free to add to this list if there is something you would like to chat about with others. Go and have a look and voice your opinions about all things rugby.

Posted by: , on May 03rd 2008 on 08:21am0 Comments
Friday 14th March 2008
Everything Rugby Visit National Schools 7s

Some of the biggest rugby playing schools in the country were gathered at the Harlequins training ground yesterday for the Colts (U16) National School 7s competition. Schools including Millfield, Sedbergh, Ampleforth and Welsh school Brynteg were all competing and some fantastic rugby was on display despite the deteriorating conditions. Sedbergh were affected by their strength with 4 players missing out due to England call ups. However, this did not seem to hamper their progression through the early stages as they proved to be a very useful outfit. Tonbridge squeezed past Millfield 17 - 14 after the West Country school, previously attended by Matt Perry of Bath and England, had beaten Colstons. Sedbergh slipped up against Welsh school Brynteg who then went all the way to the final where they took on a strong Tonbridge side in terrible conditions. The Kent school dominated the opening exchanges and took the lead but toward the end of the first half they looked to have tired slightly and Brynteg gradually took control of the game, eventually coming out as winners, 14 - 5.


Posted by: , on March 14th 2008 on 05:22pm0 Comments
Monday 03rd March 2008
We have launched after months of preparation

Welcome to the first blog from everything rugby! We are very excited about the site, which has taken a great deal of time and effort to construct. Everything Rugby is aiming to be the number one place for rugby online is aiming to cater for anything rugby enthusiasts can want.

Since going live we have news posted on the site from clubs all over the country including both 1st XV reports all the way down to those reports from mini rugby coaches attending festivals nationwide! Why not add your club to the directory on the site and give yourself the opportunity to upload your own news for free.

The site builder allows clubs who perhaps do not have a website or may need an updated site to create their own for free. Everything Rugby guides you through the steps and in a few short minutes you can have your own website powered by us. There are several different templates allowing you to choose different colours and different layouts, meaning your site will be totally bespoke to your club. We can also add any additional sections you may want included.

The directory includes details from all of the clubs we have involved with Everything Rugby and enables you to contact and find them quickly and efficiently.

The online coaching is hoped to prove a big hit – it includes coaching sessions and technical skills from some of the best players in the country including:

Toby Flood (Leicester & England),

Jamie Noon (Brive & England),

Lee Dickson (Northampton Saints & England Saxons)

Andy Long (Newcastle Falcons & England)

Phil Dowson (Northampton Saints & England Saxons)

Tom May (Toulon & England)

You will be able to develop your rugby skills and understanding of the game through the videos provided on the site. There will also be the chance for you to email any questions you may have to the staff at Everything Rugby who will get back to you as soon as they can.

The blogs and forums which are included in the site, create a completely interactive site which allows you to discuss anything rugby. Keep checking the site to see what is going on in the forums – you may find some very familiar faces waiting to chat online with you. Write your own blogs and create points of discussion or keep everyone up to date with the training, games and interesting things that are going on at your club or school.

Posted by: , on March 03rd 2008 on 04:31pm0 Comments
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