Special Thanks to the above pictured supporters of
SLO Rugby

Summer 7s  

SLO Rugby Alumni Day

Will Be Rescheduled



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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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  Thank You to United Rentals
          and Souza Construction   
               For Supporting
S L O Rugby  Club

For the Love of Lin Price and Rugby

                                          SLO Rugby Club vs Cal Poly Rugby Club
                      Annual Match Played at the 
Luxurious Talley Fields


Big Wins this season For SLO Rugby 
 With the 15s season wrapped up tightly, all levels met with moderate successes. 

 SLO Men made it to the first round of the playoffs losing Ventura. The Men will now tour the summer 7s schedule.
 SLO Women are back, and recorded a home win this year. It is the first fruit of what is yet to come. The women will be taking their skills on the road this summer for the various 7s tournaments on the west coast.
SLO Youth grew again this year with a record number of Scholarships awarded on behalf of the Stephen Macie Program. Youth playing at ages U10, U12, U14, Jr Varsity Boys, Varsity Boys, and the return of Girls HS. Our team actually has girls playing now at all ages, which is a first for us.
Varsity Boys won a playoff spot for the 4th consecutive year in a row.
We will participate in 7s this summer and touch rugby during the summer.


        TRI TIP 7s
Registration opens 

                     Memorial Day Weekend


        Our Escapades at the San Luis Obispo Downtown Holiday Parade.... 
Tin Man and the Emerald Towers of Oz 


SLO MEN's and WOMEN's Teams
            Looking for a Few New Players

  Ever thought about playing rugby in your spare time?
 Contact us about getting involved with the best game you'll ever play.
               Click Below to get in contact, and start playing today..

           Men's Team                                          Women's Team

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: 

  • Grades 4,5, & 6 Under 10's coed, and 12's coed
  • Middle School under 14's
  • High School under 16's and 18's
  • Girls High School 
 To Find out where there is a program in your area.
             Just look below for our Tri Counties Rugby locations
  near you

San  Luis  Obispo,     Morro  Bay,    Cayucos,     Atascadero,  Templeton,  and   Paso Robles                         
       ^ Fill out our player form. click here for our recruiting page  ^
Like our  Fb  page                                                   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/



 EPA Razorbacks   MEN            and                  
  Belmont Shore   WOMEN  
    crowned champions         A
t Canterbury USA/                    Firestone-walker 
  30th annual TRI-TIP 7s  

The 2015 Tri Tip 7s Brought to you by Canterbury U.S.A. and Firestone -Walker Brewing 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 Pismo Beach Fighting Clams Return yielded no trophies, but inspired all who were there that "Rugby is a State of Mind"                                                                                                and     SATURDAY'S A RUGBY DAY !!!   ALWAYS !!!

The Firestone-Walker
 beer, was cold in the garden, and was as popular as ever as  the Mother Cornshuckers Beergrass Band  entertained the crowd with their new album "California Grown".

  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 Santa Monica Beachboks

Women's Cup Championship: 
                                Belmont Shore defeat San Fernando

Men's  Sheild Championship: 
       S.D. Old Aztecs defeat Los Angeles

Men's Bowl Championship:
                         Old Oxy defeat Cal Poly Alumni            

Men's Plate Champions                                                                                                    
The Other Guys defeat Fresno I

        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...

SLO Rugby would like to give thanks to all of the following:    
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Cal Poly / SLO Men play Durham College from England

Hosted by Central Coast Sharks Youth Rugby in Santa Maria at Centennial Park. It was a fine day for rugby, and a better one if you're on tour with Durham. The 50 player touring side was full of talent and depth at all positions.    The home team was set from First XV players from Cal Poly and SLO Men's club players.

The match was played in 20 min periods to rotate all the players through. The score was not representative of the game played. After match refreshments were courtesy of Andy Doukas at The Swiss in Santa Maria.
Thanks Duke for a great time..

Special thanks to Julie Villalobos, Sharks President for organizing the match and venue. Thanks to the Sharks youth club for being excellent field attendants.


SLO Men lose playoffs  against          San Fernando in 4th overtime period        sudden death by A penalty kick
      With rain in SLO, we went on the road to Elings Park in SB, SLO Men  made their first appearance into the Southern California DII Playoffs in over 15 years. SLO Men played San Fernando for both the right to pass onto the Final match, and the coveted Chobbam Cup.
     After nearly 120 minutes in double overtime, SLO lost to San Fernando in Santa Barbara. 24-27 on a penalty kick. The game started at 3:15 and ended at 6pm.
Both teams had several kick opportunities to win,when finally SLO felt the killing blow, of a kick too close to miss, to end the 4th 10 min overtime period at full time already.

  happy40th Birthday sLO Rugby 
       welcomING ventura Rugby to slo at all ages

             SLO Rugby is celebrated a Big 40, and THREATENED EVERYONE WITH A GOOD TIME. 

SLO Rugby  celebrated it's mitosis from Cal Poly on Saturday, March 21st...There were youth matches and  men's matches  A and B all from Ventura.

 Ventura Outlaws lost to SLO Men 28-20 and th
 . ere are plenty of playoff implications for everyone involved. 

Youth matches began at 9 am...  Fighting for first place in Tri Counties League and Playoff home births

Varsity won home field advantage with it's 34-20 victory.. Winning home field advantage in the playoffs...

U-16 lost a 41-15 match narrowing their post season chances ..

U14 won a 25-20 game with a try to close out full time..  Tied for 1st in Tri Counties and has to win this week for sole ownership of first place..

SLO Rugby Legends Weekend had it's first run on to give our Heaviest trophy in rugby to this year's recipient Paul Phillips at Bang the Drum... 

It was a great time with all of our Rugby Family that celebrated this years TC "Spirit of Rugby" winner. We threw the usual SLO rugby BBQ Soiree. Thank You everyone who attended the fun and memories of "Legends Weekend", Wishing SLO Rugby a Happy 40th Birthday.