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Helpers Needed

Academy (S1-S6), Club News, Primary (P1-P7) | 27th May 2019

With the new season drawing nearer we have a few vacancies we need filled for the upcoming season.

You don’t have to be a rugby expert to get involved. Whether you’re a current player, someone who has hung up their boots or a person who has never picked up the oval ball, you could be a valued rugby volunteer, with a workforce of  already over 30 situated around the club, more hands make light work.

While the benefits of volunteering are specific to each individual, the inclusive environment of a community rugby club is a rewarding place to be for people with differing sets of skills. There are opportunities to get involved for people of all ages, and some of the benefits include:

  • Building self-esteem and confidence
  • Learning and developing new skills
  • Enhancing work experience and building a CV
  • Being active and improving health and wellbeing
  • Meeting new people and broadening your social network
  • Giving something back to the game you love
  • Making a difference in the community
  • Having fun

At Stewartry Rugby Club we have over 150 kids playing rugby every week. Rugby has helped change some of these kids lives. Below are statements from our current youth players:-

“I was socially awkward and didn’t really enjoy sport when I began the school of rugby, but I realised that as I gradually understood the game more and seen myself progress, it not only added to my self confidence but also made me more sociable.

This lead to me playing for the club, and as I quickly realised my progression in rugby it became, especially now, something that I not only could go to {such as chucking a ball about} when I was feeling down but something I could push myself to find out things such as motivation, commitment and drive which I never knew I had in me.”


“Starting rugby has changed me in many positive ways.

Rugby has not only increased my physical side including my fitness, speed and strength but also helped me by becoming more confident with groups of people and has let me show off my personality without changing it to fit in.

Rugby has also created many bonds with teammates and these players I have met on the pitch have become good friends of mine”

Our Vacancies

Coaching Roles:
U18 Head Coach
U16 Assistant Coach
P6/P7 Coach
Girls U14 Coach
Girls U16 Coach
Girls U18 Coach

Team Support Roles:
Kitchen Helpers (All Ages)
Team Manager (U16)
First Aiders

Contact for more details.

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