Dragons Rugby Club - Under 12's Years Old
WELCOME TO THE UNDER 12's
(Training: Saturday 2.30pm - 4.00pm)
[Head Coach: Dean]
[Team Manager: Neha]
Welcome to Dragons U12 for the new season and welcome back to all our returning families and rugby players. We're looking forward to building on the strengths we finished last season with and continuing to welcome more new players to the team.
Our focus is to develop a love for rugby and all the benefits that come from team sport. In Under 12's players are still developing an awareness of the game of rugby, what the strategies are, decision making and what each position involves. Enjoying the game and playing it safely are our top priorities.
Making new friends, practicing new skills and learning about the ups and downs of competitive sport are all a part of being great team players.
We have a team of coaches and managers dedicated to the job of making sure everyone's looking forward to Saturday afternoon rugby. Our main training is at the UWC East ground in Tampines but we will have matches, visit other clubs to have friendly games at various weekend times and enter tournaments throughout the year.
One of the greatest things this game can provide is the joy of being part of a team, working hard and succeeding as a group. Succeeding does not always mean winning, so we will teach the kids why this is so important throughout the year.
Training will involve in small parts the following:
- Fitness training
- Strength training
- Ball skills
- Individual skills
- Team play
I hope you're excited to come and play as we have a great bunch of kids ready to welcome more to the team.
We look forward to seeing you!
We also thank the official team photographer Joe Norzlan for all the brilliant pictures and videos on here
Team Photo Gallery
Team honours and achievements over the years
JRCS Finals u10s Dragons Vs SCC 12 May 2018
We started the 2018 year strong with a 2nd place overall in JRCS League
Dragon U10's in KL Tigers International Rugby 10s 2018
We finished 9th overall in the KL Tigers tournament
SCC 7's Tournament 2018
We finished 8th overall in the SCC 7s tournament
TRC Tournament 2018
We finished 12th in the TRC tournament
KL Saracens International rugby 10s 2017
U9’s had a good run in KL last weekend and proven themselves as fantastic tourists and strong competition for any team in the region. Now well established in the tackling game, the lads continue to prove they are tough as any team and certainly tougher than jaded Dads and coaches in the morning start.
Saturday overall was a good day, with a respectable win, draw and a loss. The loss, to KL Tigers, was down to the 2 points of a super try so in balance the lads could hold their heads high after day 1. The final pool game on Day 2 put us up against Cricket Club (SCCB) with a win to start the day and a place in the Bowl semi-finals against Valley. In a very close game, the HK boys squeezed a second try leaving us to the win over another HK team (HKFCC) for seventh overall in the tournament. Coach Jon
KL Tigers International Rugby 10s 2017 - Cup Runners Up!
"U9 boys had a cracking weekend of rugby - brilliant effort, determination and team spirit led them to the finals (with plenty of shouting from the sidelines). Final score Dragons 5-7 Centaurs A." Yuey Team Manager
TRC Tournament 2017 - Plate Runner-Up
After a losing all pool games on the first day, the U9's came back and won their semi-final game against the SCC Leopards to earn them a place in the Plate finals. It was a hard fought game against Centaurs Buccaneers, with our subs rapidly dwindling due to injuries sustained on the (battle) field. The U9's finished as Plate Runner-Up. Big shout out to the coaches for all their effort and encouragement this weekend
Sinapore Vikings 2017
For the TRC tournament Dragons was asked to form a Barbarians team so more boys could get tournament experience...
Japanese Rugby Academy and the Under 9s 2017
Dragons will welcome the Singapore Japanese Rugby Academy children to mixed training and mini league sessions session with the U9s with the aim to grow their playing numbers and helping their teams entering tournaments.