The Dieppe UC rugby school has returned

Children can try out before taking their license. (© Duke rugby)

After the seniors, it’s back to school time for the Dieppe UC rugby school.

Always entrusted to Jessica Mallet and Pascal Mauviarda very complementary duo, it maintains an operation that has proven itself in the past.

We can thus remember that this very important section is open to children, girls and boys from the age of three, regardless of their morphology (small, tall, strong, lively, etc.) or character.

Educators insist that everyone can find their place.

A secure practice

Thus, the officials of the Duke’s rugby school also recall that the operation is adapted to the age of the players and that safety remains one of their priorities.

Stop the prejudices! Rugby is not dangerous as we can sometimes hear and it is not reserved for boys. Parents shouldn’t be afraid to bring their child to the club for a try. During training, young people take part in fun workshops to discover and learn specific rugby techniques. Running, passing, tackling, scoring tries… then putting it all into practice during small matches with a practice secured by the regulations.

Jessica MallettHead of Dieppe UC Rugby School

In addition, the different forms of practice, such as 2-second touch, contact play or even educational rugby allow beginners to gradually enter the activity.

And then, who says rugby, also says values ​​and that right from rugby school with the fact, for example, oflearn to play with others, but also respect, solidarity or friendliness.

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So many strong values ​​that the Duke puts into practice on and off the pitch.

In addition, the local club offers a wide variety of activities throughout the year, such as outings to attend professional matches, awareness of first aid, Christmas, etc., while the best young people can also take part in organized gatherings. place by the FFR.

In Dieppe, the rugby school is a known and recognized reference.

She finished last season with 137 members for about twenty supervisors.

Third School of Normandy

This places it second in Seine-Maritime out of 18 and also third in all of Normandy, which has 53 rugby schools.

It has been labeled two stars since 2020, which is a guarantee of quality both in terms of reception and the quality of training.

So to continue its momentum, this season, the rugby school coaching team has further strengthened with the trifle of about thirty volunteers and two employees.

Most of them are trained or hold a diploma from the FFR. Two free trials are always possible before committing and taking out a license.

The next meetings at the Delaune stadium
Wednesday 7 September for U10 (under 10), U12, U14 boys and 15 girls, Friday 9 September for U14 boys and U15 girls and Saturday 10 for baby-rugby up to U12. Possible information at the club secretariat on 06 44 20 55 58 or [email protected]

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The Dieppe UC rugby school has returned