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  • AGM - 2nd June 2015 7pm Dalziel Dragons AGM will take place in the Dragon's Den on Tuesday 2nd of June at 7pm.  The agenda can be downloaded by clicking Downloads.All committee members, coaches ...
    Posted 29 May 2015, 14:45 by Elaine Neilson
  • Last day of Season 2014/2015 Our season ends tomorrow with training at 10am. The plan is for P1,2 & 3 to use the far end of the main pitch, P4 and P6 to use behind ...
    Posted 29 May 2015, 14:19 by Elaine Neilson
  • End of Season Second last training session of the season tomorrow at Dalziel Park. Our season now ends with training on 30th May. The game against Waysiders Drumpellier has been postponed until next ...
    Posted 22 May 2015, 13:55 by Elaine Neilson
  • P7 Tour Good luck to our P7 players and coaches as they head off on tour to Oban this morning. The weekend will include outdoor pursuits, a trip overseas to watch the ...
    Posted 21 May 2015, 14:06 by Elaine Neilson
  • Update for week beginning 11th May 2015 Touch rugby and fun fitness for Dalziel Dragons parents/guardians and coaches begins on Thursday night at Dalziel Park at 7pm. £10 for 6 weeks.Training at Dalziel Park this ...
    Posted 10 May 2015, 13:45 by Elaine Neilson
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Mini rugby is fast, rough, muddy and enormously good fun to play. Rugby has a position for everyone no matter what size or shape they are.

This season we will be running mixed teams for boys and girls at Micros P1/2, P3 and Minis P4, P5, P6 and P7. P1-3s play touch rugby and contact is introduced from P4.

We are based at Dalziel Park and train at 10am on Saturdays with games played over some Saturdays and Sundays throughout the season. See our fixture list here.

Minis coaching is all about teaching children the basics and developing their technique and rugby skills over a season in a safe, FUN and positive way. Our aim is to develop and maintain a passion for rugby and to give all players an opportunity to play for the club.

Each age group has a Lead Coach. These roles are assisted by a wider coaching group. All coaches are volunteers and will have been trained to IRB/SRU Rugby Ready standards. Some of the coaches will hold UKCC Level 1 or Level 2, and Refereeing qualifications.

If you are interested in playing mini rugby or are the parent of a child who is interested in playing please contact the relevant age group Lead Coach or come along to see us at our next training session.  Click here for contacts.



















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