The Union County Rugby Football Club is recruiting players for its 39th season of rugby.
UNION COUNTY, January 28, 2013- Looking to build on its successful history, the Union County Rugby Football Club (UCRFC) is recruiting players for their upcoming 39th season. Often called a gentleman’s game played by hooligan’s, rugby is the perfect sport as it combines, running, kicking, tackling along with sportsmanship and camaraderie plus a good pint here and there. Players of all skill levels are welcome! Even if you have never played before, come down and give it a try. Many of the current UCRFC players were successful high school and college athletes in a variety of sports and used those skills to develop into rugby players. It does not matter if you are a beginner or if you have been playing the game for years.
With its rich tradition of excellence, the Union County RFC Mudturtles have advanced the growth and development of Rugby through education and participation. The UCRFC team is lead by Coach Kevin Holt who brings 39 years of rugby experience to the team. The team is also led by ten-year rugby veteran Caption Bobby Mroz who was an all-star player with UCRFC U19 team in rugby before becoming a standout player as Caption of the Albright college rugby team.
For more information on UCRFC rugby contact Coach Kevin Holt at email@example.com or go to http://www.mudturtlesrugby.com. To get started playing, simply show up at a team practice, training takes place Tuesdays and Thursdays at 7pm in Unami field which is located in Cranford, NJ.