GMS Player Registration16th October 2023
Dear all Please ask all players/guardians to ensure they are registered on the RFU GMS site. Players who are not affiliated can’t play in cup…
Newton Abbot Rugby Club is looking for a Manager for our Senior Ladies Team to be in place for the upcoming 2023/24 season. This Role Is a voluntary role and would report to the Ladies Director of Rugby.
The successful candidate will be responsible for equipment, operations, and the overall organisation of running the ladies’ rugby, utilising the resources provided by The Club and RFU
Team management and implementation of a structured plan agreed on by the Ladies Rugby Team
Creating an SOP for Matchdays
Liaising with the Fixtures Secretary
Management of Playing Kit
Management of Training and playing equipment
Player management including availabilities – GDPR compliance
Player welfare, working with the Welfare and Safeguarding Team
Player Selection within the selection policy.
Player injury management
RFU GMS management, inputting teams
Data and stats management
Liaising with the grounds management
Water and refreshments Ensuring the availability of match-day balls, flags, tees, balls, jerseys, and other equipment
Liaise with match officials
Matchday players management, including substitutions
Working with the marketing team for player recruitment
Liaising with LDoR and U18’s Management for player transition and early development of skilled players ready for the next step.
A Rugby and/or Team Management Background
If you wish to apply, please email firstname.lastname@example.org with a covering letter and a relatable CV for this role.
In the 2021/22 season, the Ladies Team played at the highest level that Newton Abbot Rugby Club has produced in its history, playing in the Championship SW2 League. It was a tough season and along with the RFU restructure the Ladies Team will be back in the NC1 Southwest (West) with teams such as Plymstock Albion Oaks, Devonport Services, North Petherton, Penryn, Topsham, Crediton and Yeovil.
Prior to playing in the Championship, the Ladies held an outstanding record of losing a handful of matches in more than 3 seasons.
The Club has invested financially, structurally, and strategically to move the Ladies Rugby forward at NARFC. The girl’s rugby numbers have doubled in the last season and will continue to go grow going forward. The future looks bright as we continue to surround the club with the right team.
You will be working alongside Canadian International and Exeter Cheifs player Emily Tuttosi who is heavily involved with the coaching!
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