Bytown Blues Update July 18th 2017Posted on:
Training this week:
U6-U10: Wednesday 1800 -1900 Ridgemont High School
U12: Monday & Wednesday 1830-2000 Ridgemont High School
U14: On break till August 7s
U16: Monday & Wednesday 1730-19-30 Ridgemont High School
U18 Tuesday & Thursday 1800-1930 St Patrick High School
Senior Men: Tuesday & Thursday 1820-2030 St Patrick High School
2 Wins against the Montreal Wanderers
League Table LPR – Super Ligue
|2||Montreal Irish RFC||6||5||1||0||200||97||103||4||24|
|5||Club de Rugby de Québec||5||1||4||0||113||215||-102||2||6|
|6||Montreal Wanderers RFC||6||0||6||0||85||248||-163||3||3|
*although Rugby Quebec seems to not have updated the table for super league for all teams we are told Kingston has 21 PTS and CRQ has 7 PTS
League Table LPR – Super Ligue Réserve
|1||Bytown Blues II||5||4||1||0||164||95||69||6||0||22|
|2||Montreal Irish RFC II||6||4||2||0||167||130||37||5||0||21|
|3||Kingston Panthers II||5||3||2||0||150||81||69||5||0||17|
|5||Montreal Wanderers RFC II||5||1||4||0||76||134||-58||2||0||6|
|6||Club de Rugby de Québec II||5||1||4||0||55||155||-100||1||0||5|
This week the Senior Men are off to Quebec City
This week is the much anticipated road trip to Quebec City for the Senior Men. Ethan Russet is organizing accommodation as the players wanted to say over the night of.
Saturday July 22nd in Quebec City.
8 Blues involved in the CRC U19 matches this week in Truro
Games can be watched live HERE
U19 Schedules can be found HERE
Blues Prop Duo On Ontario Senior Men’s Team
Senior Men’s game : Saturday, July 22 Blues @ Atlantic Rock, Truro NS, 4:00pm
Game can be watched live HERE
Last Chance for EORU Fundraising Dinner Event – Wednesday July 18th
“Greetings from the Eastern Ontario Rugby Union’s Senior Men’s Program,
Lying dormant for over a decade, The Eastern Ontario Rugby Union’s Senior Men’s Representative Program is back. Last year’s revival saw seven different Eastern Ontario clubs represented in two trial matches that produced very positive results: convincing victories over Quebec and Ontario’s Emerging Blues. These victories paved the way for two EORU players to be picked up by the Ontario Blues en route to a National Championship.
Our region has the talent and potential to continue to produce quality rugby, and rugby players, just as it did in its ‘heyday’ in the 1980s, 90s and early 00s. With more matches slated for the 2017 season, the team could use any possible support to help cover costs for team expenditures including travel and a new strip (the team wore the quite billowy Canadian Super League jerseys circa 2002 last year). There is a rich history and a lot of pride inherent in Eastern Ontario rugby and the players and management are excited to continue that tradition going forward.
We are having a fundraising dinner at the Red Lion restaurant (https://theredliongroup.com) in the Byward Market on Wednesday, July 19th at 7 PM. The cost is 50$/person. It will be a fun night with a non-rugby related master of ceremonies, as well as newly inducted Rugby Canada HoF member Al Charron.
All reservation can be made using this link: http://eorugby.com/events/dinner/
Please register before July 15 in order to allow organizers to prepare the event properly.
For more information you can contact Marco Piacentini at 6138182421 or by email at email@example.com
Thank you for your continued support, The Eastern Ontario Rugby Union’s Senior Men’s Program”
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