Saturday morning we travelled with only 13 players and the outcome of the game looked bleak. We had come off of a few hard losses and a number of injuries. However, the Dragons dug deep and rallied. In the first half we stuck to our game of clean rucks and good decision making in contact to keep possession. We were able to capitalize on Norfolk‘s many penalties and gain much needed ground. That isn’t to say Norfolk made it easy! They are a strong side with fast feet. But were able disrupt their offensive game and after a nail biting finish, came out with a win! 29-25! Check out some of the drone footage provided by a gracious Norfolk supporter!
The Division 2 Doylestown Rugby Women’s team played Division 1 Philadelphia Women on Saturday, September 24, 2016, in Fairmount Park. The Lady Dragons started out slowly, allowing Philly Women to capitalize on mistakes. However, Doylestown turned it around with an excellent defensive line and allowed Philly to score only once in the second half. Although the Lady Dragons lost 34-0, it was an excellent learning match in which Doylestown got to play a higher level of rugby, and to see what was done well and what needs some work. Next up for the Lady Dragons is a home match against Brandywine on Saturday, October 1, 2016, at 11:00 a.m.
September 11th. Today we remember all those lost, those that gave their strength to rebuild, and to our country’s citizens for never giving up. Never forgetting. United We Stand.
Four of a Kind; by Rick Reilly
I left practice last night and layed down in bed too excited to sleep. Walking into the first practice, you never know what you’re gonna get. But when we asked you to show up on time, you showed up. When I asked you to work, you put in work. And when you burned out, I didn’t have to push you, you pushed each other. You showed me what I have to work with this season, a lot of heart. And I’m proud to have each one of you on the pitch with us this year.
We have 9 weeks, a tough schedule, some new faces, and some long drives. Make it count. Keep showing up. When you think about skipping practice, remember, rugby is not a right, it’s a privilege and your presence and energy on this team matters. I don’t care if you’ve played for 20 years or 20 mins (elizabeth ðŸ˜‹).
Fire up dragons, it’s time!
I’ll see you Wednesday at 7PM. – Coach
FIRST PRACTICE & TEAM MEETING! August 29th!
Dragons: It’s time to shake off the summer dust and get back into Fall Rugby! For those who laid dorment this summer, get ready to work! We will be focusing on fitness the first half of practice, and the second half to a team meeting.
Be booted and ready to go at 7PM. Tell your pals! No commitment, just a killer workout and a chance to try an OLYMPIC SPORT! WHAT!?!
Even if you can’t make the first half, PLEASE COME FOR THE MEETING! Your help and dedication on and off the pitch is what makes DWRFC great!
There will be an agenda sent via email after the current board meets next week. We will be going over team goals, the roles of the board, captains, and asking YOU for feedback! Elections for the board and captains will take place after practice Wednesday (There will be an option for absentee ballots sent out prior).
Cannot wait to see your fabulous selves back on the pitch! FIRE UP!
Want to go to Can Am this summer?
First Practice of 2016 was a sweaty success! Coach Mary lead us through an array of fitness and skill drills in order to shake out the winter rust. She recognized the need to wake up our “rugby minds” and pushed us the full 2 hours. From sprints to touch, we worked to find our rhythm and had fun in the process! Plus, who doesn’t like to play with shiny new balls!?
Buck County Free Library,150 South Pine Street, Doylestown, PA 18901
We will be having our Spring Team Meeting at the library in the small meeting room to kick-off 2016. We will be going over a number of topics, including those listed below. Please come prepared with questions/comments/ideas for this season. Any new members are welcome. Looking forward to seeing everyone!
*USAR Law Changes
Practice TONIGHT will be at Linden Elementary School from 8-9:30 pm. DelVal campus is closed on 3/8/15 and 3/25/15, so no Sunday practice those days.
Our first game is scheduled for March 7 2015, and with the weather being unpredictable, we don’t know if we will have a chance to get on our field before then. We’ve put together some optional winter workouts & indoor practices to get us ready for the season. We hope to see everyone there!
Address: 940 Pennsylvania Blvd Feasterville-Trevose Pa 19053
Our team has 10 personal time slots. Kristian has agreed to train us. Sessions are $5 per person per session. Sessions will 60-75 mins long. Please text Mary if you wanna come, or if you need to cancel a session you have already signed up for. We tried to mix up the schedule so that everyone can attend at least a few sessions. If you would like to join us, please contact Mary at (215) 300-9507 or email her at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thursday, January 29th ’15 at 7:30pm Wednesday, February 4th’15 at 8:30pm Friday, February 6th ’15 at 7pm Thursday, February 12th’15 at 7:30pm Monday, February 16th’15 at 8:30pm Friday, February 20th’15 at 7pm Saturday, February 21st’15 at 11:30pm Tuesday, February 24th’15 at 7:30pm