To promote the growth and development of the game of Rugby
MORRIS RUGBY CORPORATION

MINE HILL TIGERS

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TEAM HISTORY

Catch the wave - play American Flag Rugby this summer. Flag Rugby is a non-contact “flag” form of rugby intended to develop the skills including running, kicking, passing, teamwork, and self-confidence which are necessary to succeed at any team sport.

The commitment level is entirely up to the participant, with the emphasis on having fun. There are four divisions of play based on age.

Owl Division: For children entering K and 1st
Falcon Division: For children entering 2nd and 3rd
Hawk Division: For children entering 4th, 5th and 6th
Eagle Division: For children entering 7th, 8th and 9th.

Practice will be held every Monday and Wednesday at Firemen's Field starting at 6 pm. Games will be played on Saturday mornings starting at 9 am. Away games are scheduled with teams in Morris County and occasionally in Union and Bergen Counties.

FIREMAN’S FIELD

The season starts June 12, 2017

First game June 17, 2017

Tournament July 22, 2017

MIne Hill Youth 2017 Registration

Director of Coaching Open Position

October 12, 2017 | Comments Off on Director of Coaching Open Position

Morris Rugby is looking for volunteer for the Director of Coaching position which is currently open.  You can find the job description and application by clicking here.

Morris Rugby Night With The Devils January 13 2018

October 12, 2017 | Comments Off on Morris Rugby Night With The Devils January 13 2018

Morris Rugby Night With The VS. Saturday January 13th 2018 Ticket includes $10 Food/Drink Voucher, Group Seating in Section 210, and Complimentary NJ Devils Group Gift. Tickets $67.50 For online payment click here or mail checks with contact details to 45 S. Park Place #257, Morristown, NJ 07960. All Payments must be received by December…

For all of the Peanut Gallery that did not like my last match report . . .

October 9, 2017 | Comments Off on For all of the Peanut Gallery that did not like my last match report . . .

BITE ME!!  That being said, I shall try to redeem my aberrant behavior. Long Island was host of this week’s Palooza.  Normally they host a match at a park on the Great Bay of Oyster on the North Shore.  Yesterday’s match was preempted by, of all things, a REGATTA!  That has to be a first;…