Canterbury Minis – Under 10s
Steve was brought up with Rugby in his blood in the South Wales Valleys. His Grandfather captained the infamous Pontypool RFC and played for Wales at senior level. Steve has representative honours at regional Welsh school rugby level and has played rugby locally in Kent, most recently at Folkestone RFC.
Qualifications: Play it Safe
Jamie has representative honours at county, divisional and junior international level, was with London Irish for 4-years and finished his playing career as a semi-professional with Bracknell RFC.
Qualifications: Emergency First Aid in Rugby Union
Mark has represented England under 18s, has had professional contracts with Bath Rugby and Northampton Saints and has also played National League Rugby in Ireland, Australia and England most recently for Canterbury RFC.
Qualifications: National Foundation Referee Certificate – Part 1; Youth Level 1
Emergency First Aid in Rugby Union
U10 Social Lead
TRAINING AND MATCHES
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Under 10 News
The club’s U17 side completed a clean sweep of three victories when they toured Hungary and the Czech Republic in early April. Taking on the Hungarian Under 18 national side in their opening fixture they won comfortably 42-7. Next up was a four hour journey to Brno in...read more
Young rugby players are, from next season, to be guaranteed at least half a game when chosen in match day squads. It will affect all players between the ages of six and 18. The new initiative comes from the Rugby Football Union comes after research and trials last...read more
When Canterbury’s Under 14 and Under 13 sides hosted a club from Prague who are touring France, England and Wales an amazing wartime connection came to light.The players from Club Praga Praha turned out in our own black and amber colours and their coaches...read more