Junior Rugby in Sask

After losing out on 2 seasons of summer rugby programs due to COVID-19, Saskatchewan’s junior rugby players have been busy catching up this summer. A number of junior programs and events brought our players back to the pitch, including training with local senior clubs. 

These activities wouldn’t have been possible without the support of community coaches, managers, organisers, and players, and the Sask Rugby High Performance Committee who continue to drive rugby’s progress in the province. Your sport thanks you. 

NORTH VS SOUTH

Organised by a group of women’s coaches, junior girls will be taking the pitch in Saskatoon on August 21 and Regina on August 28 for some North vs South 15s exhibition games. Each day will consist of 2 games with 20 minute halves, and team lunch in between. Good luck ladies!

U18 BOYS CANADA CAMP

Sask Rugby is hosting a U18 Boys Canada camp August 21-22 in Regina for invited athletes. Out of those selected a number of Saskatchewan athletes will have their shot at a tour with the national team in December 2021 to January 2022. Good luck boys!

CANADA SUMMER GAMES TEAM TRAINING

Initially planned for 2021, the  Niagara Canada Summer Games were rescheduled for August of 2022 due to COVID-19. Team Sask started its training with coaches Kayla Mack-Thiel and Gillian Allen in June of 2021. Any U18 girls interested in participating can learn more here: www.saskrugby.com/canadagames

RUGBY ID COMBINE

Organised by the Sask Rugby High Performance Committee, Sask’s first ever Rugby ID Combine took place in July 2021, open to all athletes interested in developing in sport. The all-day session in Regina brought in over 30 athletes and tons of talent.

COMMUNITY PROGRAMS

Regina Minor Rugby

Formerly Regina Mini Rugby, Regina Minor has expanded in recent years to include players ages 15 to 18. After getting cancelled in 2020, the program returned in full force August of 2021 and plans to run until October. One of the longest standing community rugby programs in Saskatchewan, RMR is an excellent option for juniors looking to get into the game or develop in a fun environment.

RMR still delivers Minis for its 4-14 ages and the kids love it.

MacDowell Prairie Academy

The Prairie Academy was one of the only training opportunities for juniors during 2020, running sessions whenever possible. The program restarted in May of 2021 and is slated to return for fall sessions in September.  The academy focuses on developing high performance rugby athletes but is open to all ages and skill levels.

NSRU Minor Rugby

Formerly Saskatoon Mini Rugby, the NSRU came together to deliver minor and junior rugby sessions in Saskatoon at the beginning of June 2021. The junior side of the program brought a number of North juniors back to the field and helped in reconnecting them with senior clubs.

Senior League

SENIOR LEAGUE

For fixture and field updates:

Regina Fields, Regina Rugby Union

4025, 25th Avenue
Regina, SK, S4S7J2

Website: Regina Rugby Union & Clubhouse

Saskatoon Rugby Fields, North Saskatchewan Rugby Union

134 English Cr
Saskatoon, SK, S7K 8A5

Website: North Saskatchewan Rugby Union

latest results

  • Time
  • Venue
  • Team1
  • Scores
  • Team2
  • Referee
  • Comment
  • 22/09/2021 20:00
  • 20:00
  • Saskatoon Rugby Club
  • Saskatoon Badgers 2
  • 38(6) V 34(4)
  • 38 v 34
  • Prince Albert RFC 2
  • Bruce Lyle (Pending)
  • 18/09/2021 13:00
  • 13:00
  • Regina Rugby Club Field 2
  • Krems RFC 1
  • 27(5) V 24(4)
  • 27 v 24
  • Prince Albert RFC 2
  • Andrew Shaw
  • Exhibition
  • 18/09/2021 15:00
  • 15:00
  • Regina Rugby Club Field 1
  • Wild Oats RFC 1
  • 12(2) V 68(10)
  • 12 v 68
  • Campion Grads 1
  • Theodore (Ted) Elash
  • Exhibition
  • 18/09/2021 17:00
  • 17:00
  • Regina Rugby Club Field 1
  • Regina Rogues 1
  • 17(1) V 15(3)
  • 17 v 15
  • Saskatoon Badgers 1
  • Andy Young (Pending)
  • Provincial Final
  • 11/09/2021 15:00
  • 15:00
  • Regina Rugby Club Field 1
  • Regina Rogues 1
  • 45(5) V 37(6)
  • 45 v 37
  • Campion Grads 1
  • Andy Young
  • RRU City Final
  • 10/09/2021 19:00
  • 19:00
  • Saskatoon Rugby Club
  • Gophers RFC 1
  • 32(5) V 24(4)
  • 32 v 24
  • Krems RFC 1
  • Theodore (Ted) Elash
  • NSRU Consolation Final
  • 10/09/2021 21:00
  • 21:00
  • Saskatoon Rugby Club
  • Wild Oats RFC 1
  • 20(2) V 26(4)
  • 20 v 26
  • Saskatoon Badgers 1
  • Andrew Welham (Pending)
  • NSRU City Final
  • 02/09/2021 21:00
  • 21:00
  • Saskatoon Rugby Club
  • Krems RFC 1
  •  
  • Saskatoon Badgers 1
  • Andrew Welham (Pending)
  • Void match
  • 30/08/2021 18:15
  • 18:15
  • Regina Rugby Club Field 2
  • Regina Highlanders RFC 1
  • 12(2) V 50(8)
  • 12 v 50
  • Campion Grads 1
  • Cole Pedrick
  • RRU City Semi-Final
  • 30/08/2021 18:15
  • 18:15
  • Regina Rugby Club Field 1
  • Regina Rogues 1
  • 59(9) V 15(3)
  • 59 v 15
  • Regina Condors RFC 1
  • Gary Harle
  • RRU City Semi-Final
  • 30/08/2021 20:00
  • 20:00
  • Saskatoon Rugby Club
  • Saskatoon Badgers 1
  • 0(0) V 29(4)
  • 0 v 29
  • Wild Oats RFC 1
  • Andrew Welham
  • 27/08/2021 19:30
  • 19:30
  • Saskatoon Rugby Club
  • Krems RFC 1
  • 13(2) V 59(9)
  • 13 v 59
  • Wild Oats RFC 1
  • Theodore (Ted) Elash


latest fixtures

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  • Team1
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  • Team2
  • Referee
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Senior Provincials

Men's Provincial Champions

Men's Div 1

Men's Div 2

Women's Provincial Champions

2021 Saskatchewan Summer Games Cancelled

As of December 21, 2020, the 2021 Saskatchewan Summer Games are officially cancelled. This is following the earlier postponement from July 26 – August 1, 2020 to the summer of 2021. The decision to cancel the Games was made to protect the health and safety of athletes, volunteers, spectators, event staff, and residents of Lloydminster from the continued threat of COVID-19. These Games would have marked Rugby Sevens debut in the competition.

From the Saskatchewan Games Council media release:  “Following the cancellation of these Games, the event will return to its quadrennial cycle, with the next Summer Games taking place in 2024. Saskatchewan Games host communities are typically awarded through a bid process, but due to circumstances surrounding the cancellation of the 2021 Summer Games, the Saskatchewan Games Council will provide the city of Lloydminster the right of first refusal to host the 2024 Saskatchewan Summer Games.”

 

Saskatchewan Rugby supports this decision and will continue to develop and train our athletes, coaches, and managers for the 2024 Games. Athletes with questions about how this will affect their eligibility to compete at the Sask Summer Games are encouraged to review the Cancellation Q&A file below. Updates and information regarding the cancelled 2021 Games are available at the Sask Summer Games and Sask Rugby websites.

See below links for additional information:

Media Release: 2021 Saskatchewan Summer Games Called Off Due to Health and Safety Concerns

2021 Saskatchewan Summer Games: Cancellation Q&A

RECAP: U18 Westerns in Regina

Another Year Of U18 Is In The Books

Men’s and women’s teams from Alberta, Manitoba, BC and Saskatchewan were in Regina to compete in the U18 Western Championships of the August long weekend. 

On the men’s side, BC18 took gold with a 19-5 victory over Alberta Black. Meanwhile in an all-Alberta final on the women’s side, Alberta Black defeated Alberta White 27-12 to claim the top spot.

Bronze medals were awarded to Alberta White for their 12-5 victory over BC17 in men’s action, and women’s action saw BC18 shutout their fellow BC17 team 22-0.

Thanks to all of our volunteers and our sponsors for helping to make this event so successful.

RECAP: Saskatchewan Teams at University 7s Championships

Both the University of Saskatchewan and the University of Regina had men’s and women’s representation at the Canadian University Rugby 7s Championships from March 22-24 in Kingston, Ont.

Women's Results

University of Regina

Round Robin (2-1 record)

Queen’s 33, Regina 7

Regina 27, SLC 0

Regina 20, Montreal 15

Cup Playoffs

QF: Guelph 27, Regina 5

Consolation SF: U of A 48, Regina 0

University of Saskatchewan

Round Robin (1-2 record)

Guelph 29, Saskatchewan 0

Concordia 46, Saskatchewan 0

Saskatchewan 15, Humber 12

Challenge Trophy Playoffs

QF: Saskatchewan 35, SLC 0

SF: Western 19, Saskatchewan 17

Men's Results

University of Regina

Round Robin (1-2 record)

Regina 17, Trent 12

Bishop’s 20, Regina 0

Queen’s 36, Regina 0

Cup Playoffs

QF: Bishop’s 27, Regina 0

Consolation SF: Guelph 31, Regina 14

University of Saskatchewan

Round Robin (1-2 record)

Quebec Selects 21, Saskatchewan 14

Waterloo 27, Saskatchewan 7

Saskatchewan 28, RMC 5

Cup Playoffs

QF: Concordia 19, Saskatchewan 12

Consolation SF: Quebec Selects 24, Saskatchewan 12

High School Championship

Sask 7s is Looking for Under 18 Boys and Girls

Sask 7s is looking for Under 18 boys and girls to represent Saskatchewan

The Under 18 National 7s Championship is taking place in Vancouver March 8-9th and Saskatchewan is sending a boys and girls team.  12 athletes for each team will be selected to compete.

Team Try out dates are January 13th and 20th at the Yara Center in Moose Jaw, SK.

Girls Head Coach – Kayla Mack

Boys Head Coach – Dakota Matthews

The team will travel on March 7 and return March 12.  All players will be attending Canada Sevens Tournament to cheer on Men’s National 7s Team on Saturday and Sunday.

If you have questions contact the Director of 7s Robin MacDowell 306-533-5140 or Team Manager Wade Clarke 306-630-8879

CRC National Championship Final Roster 2017

On August 14-20th 3 teams from Saskatchewan will be heading to Calgary, AB to compete in this years CRC National Championships!

We have our U16 Boys Sask Squad, the U18 Mens Blizzard Squad, and the U18 Women’s Blizzard Squad representing both Saskatchewan and Manitoba to face off against teams across Canada.

Good luck to all athletes and Congratulations on being selected this year to participate!