As the premier rugby club in San Luis Obispo County, we can offer many opportunities to male, female, and youth players, and not to mention our supporters, from ages 10 to 100 to get involved with:
"The Game they Play in Heaven".
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SLO Men First XV hosting Cowal RFC of Scotland Touring Side at Damon-Garcia park in SLO 2012.
LATEST NEWS FROM THE FRONT OFFICE
YOUTH RUGBY IN YOUR AREA
SLO Youth Rugby is signing up athletes now, as well as five other teams in the Tri Counties Rugby area registering youth where you live. See below for the youth team in your area to sign up your children in age groups of:
To Find out where there is a program in your area. Just look below for our Tri Counties Rugby locations near you.
- Grades 4,5, & 6 Under 10's, and 12's
- Middle School under 14's
- High School under 16's and 18's
San Luis Obispo, Morro Bay, Cayucos, Atascadero, Templeton, and Paso Robles areas:
^ Fill out our player form. click Recruiting on top of the page ^
Like us on Fb facebook.com/sloyouthrugby
Santa Maria, Lompoc areas:
Go to ccsharksrugby.webs.com/
Santa Ynez Valley area
Go to syrugby.com
Santa Barbara area:
Go to SBRugbyacadamy.com
Arroyo Grande, Nipomo areas:
Go to agyouthrugby.com
Ventura county area:
go to orcayouthrugby.org/
Unlike most American sports, rugby sets a peer group of responsibility, and teamwork. The team learns sportsmanship, fairness, and fostering goodwill towards opponents. After every match, a meal is shared with the team that has traveled to the game. We all host such a meal at every home game, and each player can talk with their opposite, in a relaxed environment. We expose some great opportunities to these kids, and will provide them the tools to be better human beings
EPA Razorbacks and goldengATE WOMEN crowned champions AT 2014 TRI-TIP 7s -
The 2014 Tri Tip 7s is in the books, and this year we had fierce competition for the coveted Tri Tip Cup. With the attitude of "Win and move on, or lose 2, you're going to the BBQ.. "
The Firestone-Walker 805 beer, was cold in the garden, and was as popular as ever as the Mother Cornshuckers Beergrass Band entertained the crowd. RAYS OWN BRAND SAUSAGES were being passed around as snacks, and the tri-tip barbecue dinner was surpassing expectations of every one being well fed. This is the best tournament a rugby player could want to go to..
Thanks to the SLO Rugby Board of Directors for their execution of a fantastic tournament..
SPECIAL THANKS TO ALL OF OUR GUESTS, PLAYERS, VOLUNTEERS, and SLO Parks and Rec. Staff
Men's Cup Championship:
EPA Razorbacks defeat Belmont Shore Sloths
Women's Cup Championship:
San Francisco Golden Gate defeat Santa Monica Dolphins
Men's Bowl Championship:
The Other Guys defeat SLO A
Men's Plate Champions:
Beverly Hills defeat Ventura Outlaws
Our BBQ burns bright for all of all your winning clubs until next year,
when that Tri-Tip 7's BBQ once again will be lit for
the newest champions, and they will be hailed before us all...
Video link of the Men's Final Belmont vs EPA Razorbacks
SLO Rugby would like to Thank all of the following
Firestone Walker 805 Spike's Place Shopatron Ray's Own Brand Sausage and Jerky Figueroa Mtn Brewery Beach Butlerz Central Coast Brewing Canterbury SLOVEG
Elks Lodge #322 Funride Scotty's Bar and Grill
Creeky Tiki - McCarthy's - Bulls Tavrern - The Frog and Peach Pub
Mountain Pacific Builders Seven Peaks Wellness
SLO HS and U-14 rugby squads in
Southern California playoffs at Back Bay
The SLO HS and Youth are on the road to Back Bay in Newport Beach for a quarter final match for the Southern California championship. After a long season, both teams hard work has paid off with births in the Championship bracket. It has been a few years in the making, and we hope the boys do well in their matches Saturday.
PLAY WELL, AND GOOD LUCK SLO HS and YOUTH FROM ALL OF US HERE AT SLO RUGBY...
SLO Men withstand late Riverside comeback to win their eighth straight match... will face socal kings for D3 TITLE on Saturday
The boots stay on next weekend as the incredible ride continues for the 2014 SLO Men's Team. This past Saturday the SLO Men were 25-17 victors against the Riverside Killer Bees in a very hard hitting match. Riverside, who were previously undefeated on their home turf, were mounting a furious comeback after SLO's dominate first half, but it was a little too late as SLO held on for the eight point victory. Look for a match report later this week under the Men's Tab.
With the hard fought victory, SLO is now set to play championship rugby in the SoCal Division 3 Championship Match. They will have to travel down the US-101 and I-405 to Lawndale, Ca to face off against the SoCal Kings, in the rubber-match, for the D3 crown. SLO's February 15th matchup with the Kings resulted in SLO's second loss of the season, but they were able to return the favor on their April 5th meeting, 23-22 on Alumni Day. Now, they face-off for the third and final time, for all the marbles, in what will be the BIGGEST MATCH this season for both clubs.
PLAY WELL, AND GOOD LUCK SLO MEN FROM ALL OF US HERE AT SLO RUGBY...
SLO HS Varsity hostED touring side from Australia On Good Friday Match
Wesley School of Perth, Australia edged out SLO varsity in a very close game, in which SLO held the lead for the majority of the match. Under the lights at Damon Garcia fields, the stellar defense of the boys held until the last 3 minutes of the game with Wesley winning a second phase ball for a try. It was a great test to get us ready for the Southern California Playoffs.
Paul Richerson Takes Spirit of Rugby award with slo men' performance being best of the season, taking victory from so cal kings in front of the whole SLO rugby family on ALumni day
In their last home match of the regular season, the SLO Men's Team played their best ball all season in front of adoring fans and esteemed alumni. It was a match for the ages that won't be soon forgotten by players and witnesses alike, as SLO came out victorious over the very tough So-Cal Kings squad, 23-22. Look for a match report in the Men's Tab later this week. Post match celebrations took place at ELKS Lodge #322, where the SLO forward pack shared Man of the Match honors for their amazing efforts.
SLO Rugby alumnus Paul Richerson became the third recipient of the club heaviest piece of hardware, the Terry Conner "Spirit of Rugby" Award, to cap the 2nd annual SLO Rugby Alumni Weekend. Paul's dedication to rugby in our area is deserving of this Lifetime Achievement award, as well as our thanks for his contributions to SLO Rugby, and Rugby in general for our all Youth teams. The bar is set high once again for this award honoree's. Thanks to all who came out.
The win puts SLO on a six game win streak and tied for second in the division. This weekend SLO looks to finish out the regular season with one more victory as they head down to play the Orange County Bucks. Should be another great game as SLO looks to cement it's place in the SoCal D3 playoffs...
Tom Bobrink Youth Invitational is crossroads for youth rugby From
Northern and southern California
The 2014 Tom Bobrink Youth Invitational on Saturday Jan 11th, hosted clubs from all over California. The competition was a Kick off for the Tri Counties Youth Rugby League season.
The Event held at Biddle park, and Talley fields, which are 1.5 miles apart. HS and JV played at Talley Fields, and u14,u12, and u10 played on 2 fields at Biddle Park. We offered shuttles to Talley fields and back from Biddle Park. The games were fast and furious and the competition was fierce on the fantastic venues.
The final match of the day was Powerhouses Santa Monica and Dixon u18 varsity du-king it out for bragging rights .. The amazing rugby on the u10 and u12 field was energetic and furious.
Thank you to all that participated and supported this great event.
BELMONT SHORE Gazelles and UCLA Crowned 2013 Tri-Tip SEVENS Champions
The rugby was fast, the air was hot, and the beer was cold. The 2013 edition of the Tri-Tip 7s is in the books - after almost 100 games played over 4 fields, the Gazelles from Belmont Shore took the Cup Championship, and UCLA went undefeated to claim the women’s crown.
35 men’s teams and 8 women’s teams rounded out a record number of entries. We were especially honored to host the Mexico National Women’s 7’s team, in another first for the tournament.
Photos from the day are available click here.