Formed 2004 ... Herts 7s U14 Runners-up 2005 ... North Herts U14 team, Herts Youth Games 2005 runners-up (coached by Letchworth)... Herts Superteams U14 Runners-up 2005 ... Herts SuperTeams "Fairplay" winners 2006 ... Rochford 10s U17 Champions 2006 ... East Midlands 10s U17 Runners-up 2007 ... East Midlands 10s U17 "Fairplay" winners 2007 ... National 10s U17 5th place and "Fairplay" winners 2007 ... Herts 7s U17 Plate runners-up 2007 ... National 7s U17 Plate winners 2007 ... RFU "President's XV" Award winners 2007 ... Herts Superteams winners 2007 ... Midlands 10s U18 Runners-up 2008 ... National 10s U18 4th place 2008 ... North Herts U11 team, Herts Youth Games 2008 runners-up (coached by Letchworth girls) ... London and SE 7s U18 Plate runners-up 2008 ... Herts 7s U18s runners-up 2008 ... National 7s U18s quarter-finalists 2008 ... Gloucester City 10s U18 Bowl runner-up (6th) 2009 ... Worthing 10s U18 Plate runner-up 2009 ... National 7s U18 Plate winners 2009... Worthing 10s U15 Plate winners 2010... Worthing 10s U18 Shield winners 2010... Herts 7s U15 and U18 Bowl runners-up 2010... National 7s U18 Plate runners-up 2010...

Wednesday, March 01, 2006

The status of this 'blog

The Letchworth Girls Rugby 'blog (hereinafter referred to as "the 'blog") is not "an official Website or a Website which purports to be an official website" of Letchworth Garden City Rugby Union Football Club within the meaning of RFU Regulation 5.

The only officially sanctioned websites associated with the club are:
The 'blog (technically it is not a website) exists purely as communication and information exchange system for the use of person or persons associated with the girls' section of the club, be they officials of the section or not.

Any statements that appear in any articles, or in any discussion associated with any articles, are the solely the personal opinion of the author or authors concerned and should not in any circumstances be taken to be the official policy or view of the girls section or the wider club unless the statements also appear on one or the other of the above two "official" websites.

Any complaints about the content should either be addressed to the registered manager of the 'blog ( or the owners of the system (Blogger).

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous7:40 PM

    Dear RFU, RFUW and CB's. We your deliverers and hard working volunteers would like to remind you of the folowing in preparation for the next season.....

    IRB REGULATION 20. CODE OF CONDUCT for local and National Sporting Bodies.

    20.1 All Unions, Associations, Rugby Bodies, Clubs and Persons:

    20.1.7 shall not engage in any conduct or any activity on or off the field that may impair public confidence in the honest and orderly conduct of a Match, tour, tournament or Series of Matches or in the integrity and good character of any Person;

    20.1.12 shall not do anything which is likely to intimidate, offend, insult, humiliate or discriminate against any other Person on the ground of their religion, race, colour or national or ethnic origin; (they need to add gender to fully comply with ethics!)

    full rules



    A. Introduction – Mission

    To assist Unions in devising programmes for the development and training of young players within their jurisdiction the IRB has developed

    Guidelines on the development of young players, incorporating a Young Player Protocol and an Explanatory Note on compensation for young player training and development activities.

    In producing the Guidelines the objective of the IRB is to:

    (i) encourage Unions, Clubs, Rugby Bodies, schools and colleges to attract as many young players as possible to participate in the sport of Rugby Union without prejudice to their educational needs;

    (ii) to encourage the introduction of coaching and training programmes
    that promote the development of young players; and

    (iii) Reward Unions, Clubs and Rugby Bodies (and volunteers) that make a commitment
    and investment in developing future generations of Rugby Union players.

    B. Integrated Approach

    Unions, Clubs and Rugby Bodies should work and liaise closely with
    schools, colleges and Clubs, (and Volunteers) at all levels, to ensure that Rugby Union is perceived as a positive experience for potential young players. Unions, Clubs and Rugby Bodies should also work to establish and maintain good relationships with local schools, colleges and community centres (and volunteers) to
    encourage participation and to help minimise the potential for conflict between the interests and activities of school/ representative rugby and Club rugby, paying particular regard to the dangers of over-commitment to one activity but to keep the integrity and spirit of the game at all levels, for all deliverers and participants for all ages.
    Furthermore we would like to remind you of the Human Rights Act and the freedom of speech.

    Love the Rugby Volunteers.


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