Age Grade Rugby Flyer:

The Age Grade Rugby flyer has been updated and is available to view from AG Flyer 2019.

 Season 2019-2020:

Due to the change in the in the May Day Bank Holiday in May 2020, the Age Grade Rugby season will now run from the 6 September 2019 to 10 May 2020.

 Leaving 6th Form then do not leave Rugby:

Please forward to your 6th Form leavers, and ask that they complete the following:

Before going to University, sign up here so that the RFU may keep in touch with you and inform you of important contacts on where you are going.

 RFU Regulation Changes 2019-2020:

As from the 6 September the following change in RFU Regulations apply:

  •  *                In Age Grade Rugby there will be a combined age for boys at Under 17 & Under 18.


 Change of Email Address:

Please note the change of email address, in that [email protected] will now be simply [email protected]

 Age Grade Rugby Survey:

A big thank you to all those who completed the Age Grade Rugby survey, with over 10,000 responses.

 The RugbySafe Programme:

Exciting news! RugbySafe, the RFU’s overarching player welfare campaign, is now available on the KYBO! website.

Visit RugbySafe and find information, guides and resources that cover:

This is an excellent resource to show you how to make sure that rugby is played in a safe and enjoyable environment.

 Rugby Museum:

Don’t miss out on the award winning World Rugby Museum’s exciting education news, offers and updates. Subscribe here to hear all about special offers, new educational programmes and provisions, exhibition updates, competitions and much more!


 Rugby Reinvented XRugby7s:

A new format of rugby, which is big on enjoyment, and low on commitment. It’s a quicker game, with fewer players which can be played almost anywhere.  It is contact rugby but not as you know it!

It is a great way to introduce pupils to the contact element, and for some pupils it may be more enjoyable than the full XV-a-side game.

 National Schools Competition Survey:

Following the National Schools Competition Survey which was undertaken earlier this season, it is now planned that there will be a number of seminars to be held during October to share the findings and to discuss the future of National Schools Competitions.

 International Tickets 2019-2020:

As there are no Autumn Internationals the International Ticket Ballot for the Guinness Six Nations 2020 will commence in October 2019.