Born in 2010, the Dragons U10 team is a great mix of seasoned players and new teammates. Many of the boys have been with Dragons Rugby Club since U5’s and we have players who may never have played rugby at all. Our goal is to make our training sessions as much fun as possible, whilst imprinting both rugby skills and sportsmanship. Our coaches can adapt each skill into levels that each player can grasp, building in greater skill levels as each player improves. This is all done whilst enjoying some fitness skills and growing as a team player.
A typical training session starts with our Dragons Identity and then swiftly into warm-up. Once all the players are suitably stretched, we focus on fitness. All our fitness sessions involve core rugby skills and mindset and of course, fun. We follow up with more involved rugby skills, checking where the natural talent of each player resides. This allows us to place each Dragon into a team position that suits them physically & mentally.
Each training session ends with a short game to ensure that the skills from the training session can be brought into a real match. This is always awesome fun for both new and seasoned U10 Dragons.
We train on Saturdays from 4.30pm - 6.00pm (arrival 4.15pm)
Feel free to join us for free trial sessions (register online with Dragons). We look forward to welcoming you into the U10 Team and the Dragons Rugby Family.
Our coaches, Gavin, Jim, Ramesh & Danny, want to give our young players the skills and love of this great game that will keep them playing & enjoying rugby for the rest of their lives.
We look forward to meeting you.
Contact us on email@example.com or register for your free trial(s) on ‘Registrations 2020’
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KL Saracens Tournament 2017
The U7s had another great tournament, fielding an all Dragons team for the first time at an international tournament. So many thanks from the coaching staff to all the parents for their support of the team!
The team got off to a great start with a 7-4 victory over Musketeers but faced very strong opposition for the rest of the day. We had a 3-1 loss against Valley Fort, who made it to the shield final and a hard fought 3-2 loss against KL Tigers A team, who made it to the Bowl Final.
In true Dragon fashion, the team didn't let this stop them! They came back with a 5-1 victory over KL Tigers B team in the Saucer quarter finals. And in what was the highlight of the tournament for many of our veteran U7s, secured a 3-2 victory over the Tanglin A team in the semifinals!
The Saucer finals was an incredible match against a very strong Valley Fort B team! Every single player showed great heart and skill throughout the entire game. Just when it looked like we would be going into extra time with a 2-2 tie, our MVP of the tournament, Owen Edmonds, pulled off a last minute try in the corner to make the U7s the Tournament Saucer winners!
This year and last the team has won the Plate, Bowl and the Saucer cups at the international tournaments, so now onto the Cup!!! Thanks! Coach Gavin
KL Tigers International Rugby 10s 2017
This year the U6 and U7 teams combined forces for the KL Tigers tournament, put in a very competitive performance and all the kids had an amazing time!
Over the course of the 10 games that the team played over the weekend, that were a lot of dramatic moments, with each and every player having some exciting plays and scores.
At the end of the pools games, Dragons had played 9 games, won 4, lost 4 and tied 1. Within those games, we never lost a game by more than 1 try, (including a 1-0 loss to the eventual cup winners) and in the games, we won, we had the highest scoring games of the tournament. A very strong performance in defense and attack.
At the knockout stage, history looked like it may repeat itself. We were up against the Cobrats again this year, who we beat last year to win the plate. The game was a real nail biter with every single player leaving it all out on the pitch, but the Cobrats finished out the game ahead by one try.
A tough tournament, but the improvement over the weekend in all the players was dramatic and they all had a great time.
A big thank you to all the parents for supporting us over the weekend and their commitment to the club!
And thanks to my fellow coaches for all their great work with the team!