Some new kit for KRFC Blues to allow children to participate safely in their sport through COVID-19. Every child will have their own ball to train with and additional ground markers to ensure suitable training areas can be marked out for distancing 🙂

“Through positive coaching, led by our volunteer coaches, we look to create an environment where youngsters learn and develop through sport. Young people are developed not just physically, but socially and psychologically as well.
Developing skills for life, such as resilience, confidence, leadership and determination. With between 100-200 young person from 3yrs to 18yrs, regularly utilising the facilities.
Through the use of rugby, it has huge health benefits from reducing obesity to reducing anxiety and increasing mental well-being – all of which are issues for many young people today.

We have a successful track record of working in the local community to increase the quantity and quality of rugby participation. Achieving this by offering taster sessions to primary school children and delivering a school of rugby within one of the local high schools. This role is continuing to evolve, as we look to involve more schools. We also actively participate in the local community sports hub, forming important links with other local sporting clubs.”