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2015 Club Dues Announced

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The 2015 Enfield Club dues will remain as last season with the only change being that high school students are eligible to pay the new member rate.

The dues structure will be as follows:

New Member or High School Student: $105

Returning Member, Student: $125

Returning Member: $145

 

Members will receive a pair of rugby shorts and socks included in their club dues. Payments can be made by Paypal in the Enfield RFC Store or by cash/cheque to Adrienne MacDonald (Women's) or Liam Jeffery (Men's).

 

The club dues are very important in covering costs for the ongoing operations of the club, including: equipment purchases, referees, field maintenance, etc. Please make arrangements to pay your fees as soon as possible.

 

Mini Rugby

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Mini Rugby LogoJoin the Enfield Rugby Football Club this summer for their popular mini flag rugby program! Ages 3 - 13, all skill levels welcome. Start dates are June 23rd & 25th.

Ages 3 - 8: Tuesday 5:30 - 6:30 @ the Enfield Lions Den

Ages 8 - 13: Thursday 5:30 - 6:30 @ the Enfield Lions Den

Registration costs $60, includes 9 weeks of sessions from June to August, Rugby Canada insurance and a t-shirt.

Enfield Mini's flag rugby is a non-contact sport. Sessions will focus on skills, drills and teamwork, physical literacy as well as a healthy helping of fun. As a note parental supervision is required for the younger age group.

Sessions will be held at Enfield Lions Den - 162 Old Enfield Rd, Enfield, NS.

 

 

Players will be required to wear suitable sportswear while at sessions. This includes shorts, sweat pants and track pants as well as sneakers or cleats. It is suggested to wear cleats as the field can be slippery when wet and will give players more grip on the field. We would also like to encourage players to wear the t-shirt provided at registration to sessions whenever possible.

Audio, Video & Photograph Consent Form

2015 Enfield Mini Registration Form

Rugby Canada Insurance

For more information contact Matthew MacNeil - 902-402-4456 - This e-mail address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it

 

Enfield RFC Weekend Update/Preview

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Congratulations to long standing Enfield RFC members Fred and Courtney on their lovely wedding last weekend!  The two were all smiles, all day during the ceremony and reception and the club would like to wish them nothing but the best!  It was also great to see some Enfield RFC faces from the past (Quadz, Brad, and Chelsea) along with the rest of the club groomsmen (Matty, Shawn, Liam, Kyle) looking sharp.

 

The happy couple (minus one dog...I tried)

In other Enfield RFC news, the actual rugby season gets under way this weekend!  The Enfield RFC men's and women's teams are in action, with the Enfield RFC Division I men travelling to St. John to take on the Trojans as a part of the Maritime Elite league on Saturday, while the Enfield RFC women's Division I team will play Pictou County in their season opener at the Lion's Den in Enfield in a rematch of last season's hotly contested championship game.  It will be action you certainly won't want to miss!

Also, a huge congrats to the HERH Tigers Girls rugby team and coach Ashley Ettinger for winning the NSSAF Div II Rugby Provincial Championships in Cape Breton in double overtime last weekend!  The girls beat Glace Bay, Eastern Shore and finally Central Kings to hoist the provincial banner.  Well done ladies!

 

 

 

Enfield RFC Winter Update

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Here are all the things you need to know about the Enfield RFC after a long, cold Winter:

Rugby NS Banquet:

The Enfield Rugby Club was very successful at the Rugby NS Banquet in Halifax in January.  The highlight of the evening was the Enfield RFC entry into the performance portion of the evening.  The image of Justin Dunn, Kyle Cigolotti, and Drew Hutt prancing about while Matt MacNeil performed his slam poetry (in a turtleneck) will forever be burned into the collective Rugby NS imagination.  Kelly Cigolotti and Becca Ryan’s glitter-throwing support play proved to magnify Bryony Taylor’s legitimate beautiful singing voice (she sang the song from Frozen whilst lifted upon high by the guys like some kind of a singing-angel).

Several club members were recipients of honours at the banquet:

Women’s Division II All-Stars: Pauline McLeod, Ashley Ettinger, Adrienne MacDonald,

Men’s Division III All-Stars: Liam Jeffery, Kyle Kelly, Alex Malay, Derrick Head

Men’s Division I All-Stars: Ryan Dickie, Evan Dickie, Kyle Cigolotti, Mark Sweeney, Adam Fitzpatrick

Enfield RFC AGM:

In January the Enfield RFC held its Annual General Meeting.  The content of the meeting is available for review on the club forum, but it is important to thank our two long-serving executive members, Ashton Parker and Mark McManus for their service.  Mark and Ashton have both been members of the Enfield RFC executive for a number of years and have made a tremendous contribution to the on- and off-field activities of the club.  Mark has been vital in expanding the Enfield RFC relationship with the Enfield/Elmsdale Lion’s Club and in professionalizing the way that the Men’s VP position operates in terms of managing players.  Ashton has offered level-headed and sound advice as long as she has been involved in the club and has been an advocate for the Enfield RFC women’s team within the club and with Rugby Nova Scotia.  Thanks so much to Mark and Ashton, and welcome Liam and Kyle!

Truro 7’s Results:

The Enfield RFC had an eventful and successful Truro 7’s weekend both on the pitch and inside the confines of the elitist Enfield country club.   The Women’s B team put in physical efforts against the Lady Locks from Montreal and the Truro Rugby Club en route to a Friday exit from the tournament (arguably the most enjoyable option).   The Men’s B team was successful in their first match against the Dartmouth High Alum, but went on to fall to their opposition on Saturday afternoon.  The Women’s A team lost to HRFC on opening day, but went on to beat the Truro Rugby Club and UPEI Panthers (2) before losing to the UPEI Panthers (1) in the Consolation Final (UPEI went on to win the Championship-side).  The Men’s A team scored at the death to beat HRFC in the first round on Friday and then beat the Young Boks on Saturday afternoon before losing to a strong Pictou County RFC on Sunday in the semi-finals.  Overall a good time was had by all, and the club is raring to go for the 2015 season.

East Hants Sport Heritage Society:

Several members of the Enfield RFC are nominated for awards at the East Hants Sport Heritage Society’s Sports Awards gala at Riverside Education Centre in Milford on 25 April.  Our nominees include:

U18 Male Athlete: Tyler MacDonald

19+ Female Athlete: Tasha McKenzie

19+ Male Athlete: Mark Sweeney

Coach: Evan Dickie

For more information on the nominees, categories, and the EHSHS more generally, please check out their facebook page.

Nova Scotia Keltics

A large contingent of Enfield RFC players (junior and senior) have been involved in the two sets of RNS Keltics camps and trial matches in March and April.  There will be more training sessions coming up on the men’s side of things.

There will also be a Keltics Senior Women’s camp coming up in early May.

CRC Atlantic Rock

Evan Dickie and Mark Sweeney were both invited to the Senior Rock Camp in Lantz in March and have subsequently been asked to travel to Montreal for camp in early May.  Best of luck to the boys!

Tyler MacDonald, Connor Westbury, Devon Rose, Clay MacDonnell, and Josh Garden were all invited to participate in the Rock U19 camp in Lantz alongside the senior team.

Rugby Canada High Performance Camp

Ashley Ettinger participated in a Rugby Canada High Performance camp in Lantz at the East Hants Sportsplex though the winter.  Ashley also went on to a follow up camp in New Brunswick.

Sport Quarterly

Club President and Captain Mark Sweeney was recently interviewed about his experience returning to rugby after his accident and subsequent surgeries.  Please check out the article in the Sport Nova Scotia publication Sport Quarterly here (on page 15).

 

 

Enfield RFC Winter Update

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Here are all the things you need to know about the Enfield RFC after a long, cold Winter:

Practices

Training has been going well all winter at the Dome in Lantz and will continue on Friday evenings at 9pm for the time-being.  We are also running additional sessions at the Renfrew Strength and Conditioning Centre.

Rugby NS Banquet:

The Enfield Rugby Club was very successful at the Rugby NS Banquet in Halifax in January.  The highlight of the evening was the Enfield RFC entry into the performance portion of the evening.  The image of Justin Dunn, Kyle Cigolotti, and Drew Hutt prancing about while Matt MacNeil performed his slam poetry (in a turtleneck) will forever be burned into the collective Rugby NS imagination.  Kelly Cigolotti and Becca Ryan’s glitter-throwing support play proved to magnify Bryony Taylor’s legitimate beautiful singing voice (she sang the song from Frozen whilst lifted upon high by the guys like some kind of a singing-angel).

Several club members were recipients of honours at the banquet:

Women’s Division II All-Stars: Pauline McLeod, Ashley Ettinger, Adrienne MacDonald,

Men’s Division III All-Stars: Liam Jeffery, Kyle Kelly, Alex Malay, Derrick Head

Men’s Division I All-Stars: Ryan Dickie, Evan Dickie, Kyle Cigolotti, Mark Sweeney, Adam Fitzpatrick

Enfield RFC AGM:

In January the Enfield RFC held its Annual General Meeting.  The content of the meeting is available for review on the club forum, but it is important to thank our two long-serving executive members, Ashton Parker and Mark McManus for their service.  Mark and Ashton have both been members of the Enfield RFC executive for a number of years and have made a tremendous contribution to the on- and off-field activities of the club.  Mark has been vital in expanding the Enfield RFC relationship with the Enfield/Elmsdale Lion’s Club and in professionalizing the way that the Men’s VP position operates in terms of managing players.  Ashton has offered level-headed and sound advice as long as she has been involved in the club and has been an advocate for the Enfield RFC women’s team within the club and with Rugby Nova Scotia.  Thanks so much to Mark and Ashton, and welcome Liam and Kyle!

Truro 7’s Results:

The Enfield RFC had an eventful and successful Truro 7’s weekend both on the pitch and inside the confines of the elitist Enfield country club.   The Women’s B team put in physical efforts against the Lady Locks from Montreal and the Truro Rugby Club en route to a Friday exit from the tournament (arguably the most enjoyable option).   The Men’s B team was successful in their first match against the Dartmouth High Alum, but went on to fall to their opposition on Saturday afternoon.  The Women’s A team lost to HRFC on opening day, but went on to beat the Truro Rugby Club and UPEI Panthers (2) before losing to the UPEI Panthers (1) in the Consolation Final (UPEI went on to win the Championship-side).  The Men’s A team scored at the death to beat HRFC in the first round on Friday and then beat the Young Boks on Saturday afternoon before losing to a strong Pictou County RFC on Sunday in the semi-finals.  Overall a good time was had by all, and the club is raring to go for the 2015 season.

East Hants Sport Heritage Society:

Several members of the Enfield RFC are nominated for awards at the East Hants Sport Heritage Society’s Sports Awards gala at Riverside Education Centre in Milford on 25 April.  Our nominees include:

U18 Male Athlete: Tyler MacDonald

19+ Female Athlete: Tasha McKenzie

19+ Male Athlete: Mark Sweeney

Coach: Evan Dickie

For more information on the nominees, categories, and the EHSHS more generally, please check out their facebook page.

Nova Scotia Keltics

A large contingent of Enfield RFC players (junior and senior) have been involved in the two sets of RNS Keltics camps and trial matches in March and April.  There will be more training sessions coming up on the men’s side of things.

There will also be a Keltics Senior Women’s camp coming up in early May.

CRC Atlantic Rock

Evan Dickie and Mark Sweeney were both invited to the Senior Rock Camp in Lantz in March and have subsequently been asked to travel to Montreal for camp in early May.  Best of luck to the boys!

Tyler MacDonald, Connor Westbury, Devon Rose, Clay MacDonnell, and Josh Garden were all invited to participate in the Rock U19 camp in Lantz alongside the senior team.

Rugby Canada High Performance Camp

Ashley Ettinger participated in a Rugby Canada High Performance camp in Lantz at the East Hants Sportsplex though the winter.  Ashley also went on to a follow up camp in New Brunswick.

Sport Quarterly

Club President and Captain Mark Sweeney was recently interviewed about his experience returning to rugby after his accident and subsequent surgeries.  Please check out the article in the Sport Nova Scotia publication Sport Quarterly here (on page 15).

 

 
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