The Ebb Tide Rugby Football Club is the oldest continuously operating Over-40 rugby club in British Columbia, Canada. We have active players between the ages of 38 and 70's and active social members well into their 80's.  Social members and visitors are welcome to join us at our regular Thursday evening run-around.  Ebb Tide is a member of the Pacific Northwest Over 40's Rugby Union.

Players are eligible to play at 38 years.

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Tuesday trainings

Tuesday trainings are dedicated to skills and drills under the coaching of Andy Dunstan. 5:30 at Bullen Park.

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Training at Bullen Park

August 11th was our last training session at Wallace Field. From now on, practices will be at Bullen Park (30B on the map) in Esquimalt. Changing rooms are available in the Archie Browning Arena. Entrance is on the East side of the arena. We have been assigned change-room #4, which is at the far end of the hallway.

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2014-2015 Club Dues and Registration

Club dues for the 2014-2045 remain unchanged at $200 for playing and practicing members and $50 for social members. Dues must be payed by September 1st. Please pay your dues to JP. Make cheques payable to Ebb Tide RFC. Interac transfers are also accepted.

National registration with Rugby Canada is now set up. Click on the following link: https://gw.itsportsnet.com/memberArea.php?scriptName=MEMBERLOCKERHOME&leagueID=9033&menuItem=MAhome&cache=update

This year, the Rugby Canada dues for Masters are lower: $45 plus processing for a total of $48.49.
Please remember that if club members participate in senior games outside the PNWO-40 Fixtures (such as 3rd Division players, Junior coaches or Managers, etc.), then they must be full Senior Members.

Just a reminder that individual members can purchase additional Accidental Medical insurance for $7. See attachment.

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10-a-side over 40's tournament

Ebb Tide is hosting a 10-a-side tournament at Windsor Park on September 6. There will be eight teams participating in the tournament: Ebb Tide, Evergreens, CW, Snowcaps, Abbotsford, Velox, NOBs and Cowichan. Here is the schedule.

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2014 Awards Night

The 2014 Awards Night took place on June 19th at The Podium Sports Grill. Approximately 40 people were on hand for the occasion. A good time was had by all.

The award winners were:

Captain’s Award (Player of the year): Mike Penner
Bind tight Award (Forward of the year): Russ Lazaruk
Big Shot Award (Back of the Year): Rob Phillips
Most Popular Player: Aaron Cook
Most Inspirational: Murk Toorenburgh
Old Geezer Award: Ian Cameron
Road Runner: Sean Renshaw
Fastest Ebb Tide: Marc Hunter
Paddle of the Year (shit disturber): Hugh Jervis

Training Facility

Thursdays @ 5:15 PM
Bullen Park
next to Esquimalt Recreation Centre
Changeroom #4 in Arena
527 Fraser Street, Esquimalt, BC
Tel: (250) 412-8500

527 Fraser Street, Esquimalt, BC V9A (250) 412-8500

Home Field

McDonald Park
James Bay Athletic Association
205 Simcoe Street,
Victoria, BC
Tel: (250) 388-7441

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