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Youth Rugby is exploding in the area! With the news today that rugby is the fastest growing sport in the US (see bloomberg article below).  In addition, rugby returning to the Olympics in 2016, the growth in exposure for the sport in America, so many kids are getting the opportunity to play the sport and reap the many positive benefits of rugby. Founded in 2010, the Raleigh Redhawks are one of the largest youth rugby programs in the entire state of North Carolina. The Raleigh Redhawks offer playing opportunities for players  age 4-18. The Raleigh Redhawks compete in a youth league against programs from Clayton, Chapel Hill, Fayetteville, Cary and Greensboro. Entering the 2015 season, the Raleigh Redhawks are adding a High School team this year.

The Raleigh Redhawks are currently taking registrations for the 2015 season. Boys and girls are welcome to join and give  rugby a try!  To learn more about the Raleigh Redhawks or register to play, please visit www.redhawksrugby.com

http://www.bloomberg.com/news/2014-12-10/football-participation-fell-21-from-2008-13-rugby-lacrosse-up.html


 


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03/12/2016 4:21am

Rugby players are also played very good game and increase their playing skills in the ground the coaches always give them good tips. The people always able to follow the players in their life.

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03/22/2016 5:03am

I love to play rugby with my friends at my university. It is a game full of thrill and entertainment. I think we all should have a go at this wonderful game.

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02/27/2017 11:46pm

Nowadays if your kids don't involve themselves in sports, there is no other physical activity available for them. Everyone is so engrossed with their gadgets. Only their fingers are getting enough exercise. Obesity is very rampant among kids. It's great that some communities still make sports facilities available for everyone.

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06/19/2017 12:07pm

thanks

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06/19/2017 12:07pm

great info

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