At the end of league play the Moncton Black Tide remained undefeated earning them the top stop. In second, the Fredericton Loyalists earned the second spot with only two loses, both coming from the Black Tide.The Saint John Trojans edged out the third place spot over the Belleisle Rovers.Semifinals will take place September 22nd.Belleisle Rov..
The Fredericton Loyalists hosted the Moncton Black Tide on August 18th, 2018. The teams had split their games during the season so we knew the crowd would be in for a hard fought battle.The score was kept close until the second half where the Loyalists attacked well putting up points.Final score 55 - 5
Congratulations to the Fredericton Loyalists RFC who won 50-5 vs the Mount Pearl Dogs to earn the right to represent Atlantic Canada at the Canadian Rugby Club Championships in Vancouver from October 4th to 7th.The Loyalists will have the opportunity to compete to be the top club in the country! For more information on the championship:http://canad..
2018 Atlantic Championships RecapTruro, NS July 6-8The Atlantic Championships in Truro, NS were relatively successful for the New Brunswick Spruce. Ultimately the province earned two silver and two bronze medals but the positives come from steady improvements made by each team throughout the weekend.The first NB teams to take the field were the NB ..
This weekend our Spruce u18, u23 and Mens teams as well as our u16 Women Spruce all travel to Nova Scotia for a weekend full of rugby!Friday our u23 mens team take on the NS Keltics at 4:30pm at Gorsebrook field, HalifaxSaturday: U16 Women play at 9:30 am at St Francis field, HalifaxU18 Men play at noon at Graves Oakley field, HalifaxSunday: 11am G..
GREAT TALENT FROM ACROSS THE PROVINCENBRU Try Outs underway as U16 & U18 Men and Women look to fill rosters for this summer. All four teams will travel to Atlantic Championships in Truro, NS as well as Eastern Canadian National Championships in Wolfville, NS.
PROGRAM LOOKING TO REGAIN MOMENTUMAfter reaching one of the high points of the program, the Senior Women lost head coach Ali Massoudi, who left the province due to work.Ali has now returned and we expect the program to regain momentem and once again be striving to be one of the best in Atlantic Canada and to continually get athletes selected to rep..
NBRU is very excited to announce our High Performance sessions for 2018.These sessions will be for top performing U16, U18 and U23 players across the province. High schools and clubs are encouraged to get their top junior athletes to this event to train with the top level coaches and athletes from across the province.For more information about thes..
New Names Added To Strengthen Provincial ProgramsThe New Brunswick Rugby Union sent out an invitation for coaches and managers to express interest in one of our Provincial Programs.Jamie Gray, who is currently the head coach of the extremely successful Rothesay Netherwood School men's rugby program, will be taking over the reins of the U18 Prov..