Mini rugby

201208 - Mini Rugby 2012 Law Change Demo

Demonstration of rule/law changes for 2012 mini rugby U10.

SPECIALE 39° TORNEO MINI RUGBY "CITTA' DI TREVISO"

Aviva IRFU Connacht Mini Rugby Festival 2016

Aviva’s season of IRFU Mini Rugby Festivals begins this weekend with Ulster and Leinster hosting hundreds of young rugby players hoping to get a chance to run out at the Aviva Stadium on the 30th April.

Aviva’s expanded programme for Mini Rugby has seen a Festival allocated to every province for 2016, doubling the amount of teams able to participate this season.

The Ulster Aviva Mini Rugby Festival kicks it all off on Saturday 5th March in Ballyclare RFC, followed by the Leinster Mini Rugby Festival in Co. Carlow RFC on Sunday 6th March. There will be over 20 clubs from across each province involved in the Festivals.

This weekend’s festivals will be followed next month with provincial festivals in Munster (University of Limerick) on the 9th April and Connacht (Ballina RFC) on the 10th April. Each team that competes at one of the provincial Festivals will then be in with the chance to play at the Aviva National Mini Rugby Festival at the Aviva Stadium on the 30th April.

The Festival gives teams a chance to develop their skills against teams from across the province, learning new ways to play in a non-competitive and fun environment. Each of the Minis on the day will receive a certificate signed by Jamie Heaslip, Ireland captain Rory Best and Robbie Henshaw and an Aviva Mini Rugby Festival wristband.

Mark Russell, Aviva Sponsorship Manager, said; “We are delighted to be able to expand the reach of the Mini Rugby Festivals this year to ensure a Festival in every province. This makes it easier for clubs to get involved and shows the growing appeal of rugby from a young age. The Festivals not only gives kids the chance to learn new skills and enjoy playing the game but it gives them a glimpse of what it’s like to play at the Aviva Stadium and hopefully this will inspire the next group of Robbie Henshaws and Jamie Heaslips!”

Hendrik Kruger, IRFU Age Grade Manager, said; “Mini rugby is such a crucial stage for all prospective rugby players as it delivers their first impression of the sport. These festivals with the support of Aviva, help to ensure that initial engagement with rugby is a memorable and enjoyable experience. Another benefit of these festivals is that they serve as a forum for; coaches, referees and parents from all over Ireland to share ideas, learn from each other and enjoy the spectacle together”

For more information on the Aviva Mini Rugby Provincial Festivals then log on to or email avivaminis@irishrugby.ie

A lezione di mini rugby - il placcaggio

Alcune fasi dei nostri allenamenti con Chris

Awesome mini Rugby Zach (Blaydon U10)

A few highlights from Zach in 2015, a member of Blaydon's awesome U10 rugby squad.

Mini Rugby League Tackle Practice (Standing)

This drill will allow your players to practice their fron ton tackle

Aviva IRFU Mini Rugby training videos. 1 of 3 : Passing

As part of Aviva’s continued support of grass roots rugby in Ireland they teamed up Aviva Rugby Ambassadors and Irish internationals Robbie Henshaw and Jenny Murphy to give their top skill tips to Mini Rugby players across the country.

Henshaw and Murphy created three videos, which are free to view online, with Aviva focusing on the core rugby skills of Passing, Evasion and Tackling. These skills are key in the development of young rugby players and hopefully the foundation for creating the next wave of Irish rugby heroes.

Aviva invest in grass roots sport because they are investing in the future of the sport in Ireland. The Aviva Mini Rugby Festivals give young rugby players from all over the country the chance to play in a safe and non-competitive environment, ensuring their first memories of playing the sport are enjoyable, along with offering them the chance to run out where their heroes play, at the Aviva Stadium, for the Aviva National Mini Rugby Festival in May 2017.

RuggerEds Rugby Coaching For 3-9 Year Olds

A typical RuggerEds session using Rugby as an Educational tool to promote the Core Values of Respect, Good Manners, Communication, Teamwork and Fair Play in a safe, professionally controlled but fun environment.

For more information about RuggerEds visit:

Music: MGMT - Kids


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Munster Rugby Rockwell Mini Rugby Blitz 2015

Hear from the organisers, coaches and check out the action from the U-12 mini rugby festival at Rockwell College on March 21, 2015.

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Hall of fame the script mini rugby

this song inspires results.....

Weymouth Mini Rugby Festival 2011

U7 Hong Kong Sandy Bay Mini Rugby

U7's playing first Hong Kong 7's

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Old Bristolians U10 mini rugby - try time!

It all starts with a static ruck. Toby takes the ball in the scrum half position and shows his pace to cut in and out round the first defender. Taking the next tackle, Toby pops it up perfectly to Oscar coming in at pace in support. Oscar, finding himself faced with 5 defenders close to the touchline, drives on powerfully creating good forward momentum.

Winning the resulting maul, Marcus then breaks left, takes the tackle and puts James in a bit of space. James cuts back inside nicely to set up the ruck, but our forwards fail to secure the ball quickly, leaving Marcus B at scrum half to pick up the ball - but he gets bundled backwards. Despite going back 5 metres, we still manage to secure the ball with some outstanding ripping from first Marcus S then Toby, who releases James on another run. James cuts in and out, then passes to Barney coming back on the angle. Barney takes the tackle and goes to ground, laying the ball back perfectly.

Marcus S, Mikey and Silvo all ruck beautifully and as a unit, giving Marcus B the proverbial armchair ride as scrum half. Marcus uses the space to dart blind, throws the dummy, steps in then takes out the last defender with a great pass to James who has kept himself well positioned on the wing, takes the ball at pace and scores in the corner - a great team try!

Mini Rugby League Warm Up Game

Slacks Creek U7's demonstrate a simple warm up drill which will improve Grip & Carry Skills

Aviva IRFU Mini Rugby training videos. 2 of 3 : Tackling

As part of Aviva’s continued support of grass roots rugby in Ireland they teamed up Aviva Rugby Ambassadors and Irish internationals Robbie Henshaw and Jenny Murphy to give their top skill tips to Mini Rugby players across the country.

Henshaw and Murphy created three videos, which are free to view online, with Aviva focusing on the core rugby skills of Passing, Evasion and Tackling. These skills are key in the development of young rugby players and hopefully the foundation for creating the next wave of Irish rugby heroes.

Aviva invest in grass roots sport because they are investing in the future of the sport in Ireland. The Aviva Mini Rugby Festivals give young rugby players from all over the country the chance to play in a safe and non-competitive environment, ensuring their first memories of playing the sport are enjoyable, along with offering them the chance to run out where their heroes play, at the Aviva Stadium, for the Aviva National Mini Rugby Festival in May 2017.

Weymouth Mini Rugby Festival 2015

An annual mini rugby festival in Weymouth held at the Redlands Sports Hub and attracting 72 teams in 2015. Call Breakaway Tours on 01706 715808 info@breakawaytours.co.uk

Aviva Mini Rugby Festivals

For Girls & Boys aged 7-12 the programme includes initiatives aimed at attracting new players to the game, fostering the enjoyment of those already playing and promoting diversity and social skills.
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Robbie Henshaw Talent Mini Rugby Tribute

Sorry its really short, despite the talent he is there was vertualy no clips and only two tries so i added some assists and cinematics. But hope you enjoyed anyway. Sixnations and courtney lawes video coming soon.

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