Girls Club Nationals to CWU

Taken from Goff Report

The 2016 NIT Club committee has announced that the inaugural Girls High School Club Rugby National Championship ( will be held at Central Washington University (CWU) in Ellensburg, Wash. May 21-22.

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2015 Champions, Fallbrook

Warriors Website!

Fall­brook Youth Rugby and South­ern Cal­i­for­nia Youth Rugby allow girls to play on co-​ed teams up to the age of 12. We cur­rently have quite a few young ladies on our Under 8, Under 10 and Under 12 teams and are won­der­ful play­ers that are typ­i­cally tougher and meaner than the boys!

From age 14 upwards, our girls tran­si­tion to Fall­brook Girls Rugby. The four time national cham­pi­ons Fall­brook Girls Rugby Club main­tain their own web­site here.

2015 2nd Place, Kent

Crusaders Website!

The Kent Crusaders have been around since 1991. The girls team was the first high school girls team in the United States in 1993. The girls team won a National Championship in 2002 at Magnussan Park and has finished 2nd in the nation four times. Our Boys team has fnished in the top ten 7 times in its existence. We have sent over 40 players on to the USA rugby teams during that time. Not only are we achieving success, we are helping produce quality, young men and women in our communitiy. We appreciate and want to thank all the family and friends for their support.

2015 3rd Place, Danville

Oaks Website!

The Danville Oaks Rugby Club's mission is to provide youth in the Tri-Valley qualified instruction in rugby fundamentals and to engender a life-long love of the sport. Teams of varying levels of competition, from recreational (everyone welcome, all play in games) to highly competitive (highest-skilled players selected to play in games) are offered. Play becomes more competitive as players advance in age and ability. Special attention is given to character development, including community service.

So why has the Championship split?

Taken from Goff Report

The National High School Girls Invitational Championship is following the boys’ lead, and dividing along club and single-school lines for 2016. The effort is being driven by Divine Savior Holy Angels coach John Klein and Catholic Memorial coach John Waliszewski, who are founding members of the invitational’s management group, the National Girls Coaches Committee (NGCC).

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