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    Rugby union became a professional sport officially in 1995.

IAPS RUGBY

"The level of competition was high amongst all teams, enjoying a great day of Rugby representing their school. The boys loved the competitive but friendly atmosphere as well as the hog roast and fantastic facilities provided by Oundle school. With many thanks to James Ashcroft for organising the event." - IAPS Sport

Tournament Information

  • Two new U11 Rugby Festivals will be held in November 2017.
  • The Small Schools Rugby Tournament will also be held in March 2018.

Eligibility

  • All competitors must attend an IAPS School
  • All pupils must be under the age limit on 1 September 2017.
  • To enter the <30 Schools’ Sevens Tournament you must have 30 boys or less in Year 8.
  • To enter the <20 Schools’ Sevens Tournament, you must have 20 boys or less in Year 8.


Rules

  • All competitors must attend an IAPS school.
  • Competitors age must be taken from 1 September in the academic year of competition.
  • The tournament will be run in accordance with the RFU's New Rules of Play.
  • IAPS published guidance for schools in September 2016, in conjunction with the RFU, clarifying the New Rules of Play and Regulation 15.

National Governing Body Information

FORTHCOMING RUGBY EVENTS

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08/11/2017 - U11 Rugby Festival - Littlegarth

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15/11/2017 - U11 Rugby Festival - Truro School

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18/03/2018 - <20 Small School Rugby Championship - Oundle School

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18/03/2018 - <30 Small School Rugby Championship - Oundle School

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PREVIOUS RUGBY RESULTS

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19/03/2017 - Small Schools Sevens <20 Tournament

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19/03/2017 - Small Schools Sevens <30 Tournament

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SOME FACTS ABOUT IAPS RUGBY

25

2017 Teams

250

2017 competitors

1923

Rugby invented

2003

England won RWC