2017 AGM pack 22/11/17

Please find below the AGM pack in advance of Wednesday’s meeting.  You can also find these documents attached for reference. We look forward to seeing you on the night. CLICK LINK BELOW Click here -> AGM Pack for JRFC on 22 November 2017

JRFC GAMES NIGHT

It’s time for a night of laughs and fun! Grab six of your booty shaking mates who will give anything a go and come and join us for  

NEWSLETTER — 23-4-17

NEWSLETTER --- 23-4-17 HUTT OLD BOYS MARIST 47  JOHNSONVILLE  22 Not too bad, could have been worse. A brilliant spell in the second half took us from 8-40 down to 22-40 down and things weren't looking too bad at all, until again we gave away a last-play try/conversion. The old story, turnover, turnover, turnover, but

WRFU ~ CONFIRMED GRADE STRUCTURES & SEASON CALENDAR

WRFU Media release: (http://wrfu.co.nz/) Johnsonville Cripples to play in The new First Grade Division Two in 2017  The Wellington Club Rugby Subcommittee are pleased to present: The confirmed 2017 Grade Structures including confirmation of which divisions teams will be participating in to begin the season, and start dates for all grades. The

“Hawks Community Conditioning, Core & Agility”

The Club is making available to everyone in our rugby community, Cripples, 80/80, Colts, Pressies, U21s, Newlands & Onslow Colleges to come along and be apart of our "Hawks Community Conditioning, Core & Agility". Our aims are to: Enable the rugby athletes in our community to perform at a higher level. Prevent injuries

REGGAE THEME Party

JRFC Committee invites members, players and supporters to celebrate the beginning of the 2017 season. REGGAE THEME Party Saturday 8th of April 2017 DJ Johnnie 7pm – 11.30pm Prizes for Best Dressed. Pull out your RED, Green and Yellow Light Supper Provided.

Campaign launched to tackle mental health in rugby

Campaign launched to tackle mental health in rugby New Zealand Rugby (NZR) is stepping up to help address New Zealand’s high rates of mental illness and the stigma associated with getting help with the launch of a website and social media campaign targeting the rugby community’s mental health. The website, www.headfirst.co.nz, offers