PEREGIAN Saints Rugby is holding an open day along with their season launch this coming Friday, February 10 at the Peregian Springs Recreation Club (PSRC) from 3.30 – 5pm and players ages 5-14 years and their parents, guardians and friends are invited to come along and have a look and try. Saints is a very friendly club and you and your kids will be welcomed with open arms
Peregian Saints is Peregian Springs’ first official sporting club. The club is open to boys and girls from under 6 to under 13 and kids from any local school.
With a strong community spirit, the focus is on providing young people with skills that set them up for success which include training, teamwork, and respect. The Saints pride themselves on being much more than a rugby club but rather, “A place where our kids are nurtured and given the tools to be the best players they can be.”
Rugby is truly an international game and is even played at the Olympic Games – who knows, a local from Peregian just might play for Australia at the upcoming 2032 games! Rugby union is an exciting sport, especially at junior level. If you are looking for something to get your kids off devices, rugby might be just what you need.
Peregian Saints is a fun-first club and rugby has a place for kids of all shapes, sizes and abilities. After a season of rugby, players will develop much more than just their fitness and coordination – they will have a bunch of new friends.
The season launch which will take place this Friday at their home field and will be the perfect opportunity for those curious about the game to come down and try. There is no obligation to sign up for the season, however, those that do can take advantage of the $16 pre-season registration to make sure kids love the game before committing.
On Friday there will be games, drills, races, and a sausage sizzle. There is also an age-specific safe tackling clinic to teach our kids how to tackle effectively and safely. There is no cost for the afternoon – just show up and have some fun. This is a try-before-you-buy session, and the Saints just want to see as many kids come along and play rugby with their mates.