Bytown Blues Update June 12th 2017

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Training this week:

U6-U10:
Wednesday 1800 -1900 Canterbury High School

U12:
Monday & Wednesday 1830-2000 Canterbury High School

U14:
Monday & Wednesday 1830-2000 Canterbury High School

U16:
Monday & Wednesday 1730-19-30 Ridgemont High School

U18
Tuesday & Thursday 1800-1930 Canterbury High School

Senior Men:
Tuesday & Thursday  1820-2030 Canterbury High School


Blues Day at TERP:

Come and celebrate Blues Day at Twin Elm, front pitch, on June 17th. We will paying our respects to Gerry Veit before the 1s match against Quebec. Food trays and refreshments in the Founder’s Lounge before the 2nds match.
Cecilia will be selling various Blues merchandise that we have left in stock. Volunteers would be appreciated to help setting up, cleanup and selling of merchandise.
When:   Saturday, June 17
Time:    10:00 AM Р 4:30 PM
Where:  Twin Elm Rugby Park
Itinerary: 
10:00 AM U14 Boys vs Scottish
11:00 AM U16 Boys vs Irish
12:15 AM U18 Boys vs Irish
1:00 ¬†PM ¬†Food and refreshments in the Founder’s Lounge
1:30  PM 2s vs Quebec City
3:00  PM Brief presentation and Words in Memory for Gerry Veit
3:10  PM 1s vs Quebec City

Senior Men Table

After the Blues bye week with only Ste-Anne’s and Mtl Irish in action we still sit atop the 1XV table

League Table LPR – Super Ligue

TEAM P W L D PF PA DIFF BP PTS
1 Bytown Blues 3 3 0 0 122 49 73 3 15
2 Kingston Panthers 3 3 0 0 115 30 85 2 14
3 Montreal Irish RFC 3 2 1 0 102 54 48 2 10
4 Club de Rugby de Québec 3 1 2 0 58 149 -91 0 4
5 Montreal Wanderers RFC 3 0 3 0 49 104 -55 2 2
6 SABRFC 3 0 3 0 42 102 -60 1 1

League Table LPR РSuper Ligue Réserve

TEAM P W L D PF PA DIFF BP PTS
1 Kingston Panthers II 3 3 0 0 115 30 85 3 15
2 Bytown Blues II 3 2 1 0 110 70 40 4 12
3 Montreal Irish RFC II 3 2 1 0 95 58 37 4 12
4 SABRFC II 3 1 2 0 74 105 -31 1 5
5 Club de Rugby de Québec II 3 1 2 0 38 102 -64 1 5
6 Montreal Wanderers RFC II 3 0 3 0 29 96 -67 1 1


Rugby Ontario Partners with Canadian Tire Jumpstart

Further to the announcement of the Rugby Ontario partnership with Canadian Tire Jumpstart (see email below), and with the rugby season now underway, now is a good time, if you haven’t already, to share the program with the parents of junior and minor players at your club who you believe could be eligible for assistance from the Jumpstart program.

The program is designed for kids from families with financial needs. Eligibility and the amount of assistance is based on a combination of family income, location and size of the family unit.

Rugby Ontario has registered every Member club with the Jumpstart program. If a family successfully applies for funding from the program, the payment is made to your club by cheque, not the family. This is to ensure the funding is directly applied to expenses the player incurs in playing for your club. If the family has already paid all their expenses for the season, you can reimburse them when the payment is received. We have provided Jumpstart with the club mailing address indicated on your 2017 Club Membership form. If this has changed please advise.

Applications must be lodged by the family online with Canadian Tire Jumpstart. They are not lodged by or through your club or Rugby Ontario.

The link with more information, eligibility details and to lodge an application is:

http://jumpstart.canadiantire.ca/en.html#home

If you have any questions, or require any further information, please contact David Patterson at dpatterson@rugbyontario.com.


As per usual if you have any questions or want to provide additional information feel free to email us at info@bytownbluesrugby.ca

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