Youth

Youth

Youth Rugby Section at Ealing RFC

The youth programme at Ealing Trailfinders RFC incorporate U13-16 boys and we are relaunching our girls youth section – Ealing Emeralds – this season.

At Youth level we cater for players of all ability levels and currently have players representing Middlesex County across many age group levels. We also cater for players just being introduced to the game. We play in the Herts-Middlesex leagues, with most age groups entering 2 squads into the pool and league divisions, and also play approximately one friendly match a month, either home or away.

We benefit from fantastic facilities at Trailfinders Sports Ground including two 4G floodlit pitches – this means that training and competitive fixtures can continue whatever the weather.

Youth rugby at Ealing is a stepping stone to senior youth rugby and to that end we work closely with the senior youth coaching staff at the club. Our ambition is to play an attractive, competitive brand of rugby that is enjoyed by players, coaches and parents alike.

We welcome all new players to the club in what is an exciting year as our professional first team continue to vie for the top spot in the Greene King IPA Championship.

Calendar:  Youth  |  U13,14,15  |  1st XV

Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the U13’s calendar.

Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the U14’s calendar.

Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the U15’s calendar.

Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the Youth Events calendar.

Click here to SUBSCRIBE to the 1st XV calendar.

The calendars are continuously updated so check back often.  Unless, of course, you’ve subscribed, in which case you’ll receive the updates automatically!

U16s News W/E 21/12/2014

Well done to all who played in the friendly against Camberley on Sunday. Camberley looked like they would provide a tough challenge when they scored first and took the lead a second time after Ealing […]

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U16s news W/E 14th December

Well done all for a performance to be proud of against Enfield last Sunday . A very close game where both teams had spells of sustained pressure but Enfield edged it 27-19. PJ’s highlights – […]

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Thanks to Richardsons Butchers

Thanks to Richardsons Butchers for supporting our recent meat raffles which have been held to raise money for the South Africa tour. To find out more about the products our winners have been feasting on, please take a […]

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U16s News W/E 07/12/14

Wednesday 3rd December – NO TRAINING! PJ has invited the regular Wednesday attendees to a motivational talk by James Kerr at St Benedicts School. If you receive the invite, please respond to the email from let […]

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U16 News W/E 30/11/2014

Well done all who braved the weather to play against Marlow on Sunday. Feedback from the coaches was that there were a number of eye-catching individual performances and good spells of resistance against a stronger side […]

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Ealing U16 news w/e 23rd November

Wednesday 19th November – Training at Trailfinders 6.45 – 8pm. Please keep an eye out for emails or web-updates in case of heavy rain. Sunday 23rd November – Friendly vs Marlow at home. Meet at […]

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u16s News W/E 16th November UPDATED

Well done all who took part in the match against Grasshoppers at the weekend. A tough test against a well-drilled division one side. Some positives to take away as well as some areas for development […]

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U16 News W/E 09/11/14

Well done to all who played at Chobham. A competitive game between two well matched teams. Wednesday 5th November – TRAINING IS CANCELLED. Training is cancelled and the club are holding a fireworks display tickets […]

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U16 News W/E 02/11

Well done to all those who played in the match against Bracknell last Sunday. Wednesday 29th October – Training 18:45 – 20:00 Sunday 2nd November – Away at Chobham. Meet 11:30 for at 12:30 KO. […]

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U16 News W/E 26/10/14

Well done all who contributed to a great win over Wasps on Sunday. This week: Wednesday 22nd October – Midweek training 18:45 – 20:00. Last week the weather was poor and the numbers dropped. The […]

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