All players and those connected with Annan Rugby please read the below link when you get a chance.
Scottish Rugby: Athlete Support Personnel Anti-Doping Guidance Document
PLAYER REGISTRATION GUIDELINES
Dual registration is a competition rule that does not apply to youth and schools rugby but we understand that being registered to more than one club may be appropriate in some circumstances. As such the SRU have drafted some simple guidelines to provide clarity around player registration for youth players.
- Players under the age of 18 can be registered to up to 3 organisations in SCRUMS with the following restrictions;
- A player cannot be registered to more than one club that participates in the national competitions that are managed by the Schools & Youth Competitions Committee (Tier 1-3 Conferences and National Cups)
- A player cannot be registered to more than one that participates in regional/local competitions or friendly fixtures (Tier 4)
- A player can also be registered to one school
SCHOOLS AND YOUTH RUGBY - MANAGING MISMATCHES
Rugby is a game for everyone; all ages, levels of experience and body types. Children can prosper through rugby in an environment where having fun, learning and building confidence are prioritised.
It is the responsibility of all adults in the game to create an environment that is player-centred, development-driven and competition-supported. This applies to coaches, parents, teachers, volunteers and supporters.
Please see the Managing Mismatches Information leaflet for all the details
Updated guidance on concussion management for sports.
The graduated return to play process should start after 7 days for an adult and 14 days for someone under 19.
SCOTTISH RUGBY - GET INTO COACHING
Whether you are new to rugby, a former player looking to give something back to the game or a parent who wants to help their child experience rugby, coaching provides the perfect opportunity to get yourself involved. Coaching can be a rich and satisfying experience and is central to developing, sustaining and increasing participation in rugby union
New coaches should contact their local Development Officer for advice on getting involved in coaching within their club as well as information on any upcoming 'Start Rugby Coaching' workshops.
See below for upcoming courses or go to the Scottish Rugby Coaching Website for more details re becoming a coach.
Or if you just want to chat with someone at Annan please contact Gary Coupland on GaryCoupland@AnnanRFC.com
SCOTTISH RUGBY - TRAINING HUB
In partnership with Hive Learning, Scottish Rugby Coach Development have created an interactive online platform.
Over 200 videos grouped by age and stage of player are available and can be viewed via website, Apple iOS app or any internet enabled mobile device (iPhone or iPad).
Coaches/ match officials can create their own books/pages of information and share their books/pages with other users.
If you are a coach or match official operating in Scotland, you get free access to the Scottish Rugby Training Hub.
Contact your local Rugby Development Officer (Iain Park) or Club Coach Coordinator (Gary Coupland) for the training hub key (access code).
SCOTTISH RUGBY - COACHING DEVELOPMENT
WORLD RUGBY WEBSITE - PLAYER WELFARE
The Work Rugby Website has lots of online resources in regard to the welfare of the player.
DOCUMENTS AVAILABLE TO BE DOWNLOADED