Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization

2024 Middle School Summer Rugby Camp

6th, 7th and 8th Grades


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Registration Info

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Participant Info

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Additional Info

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Registration Info

Training Camp
2024 Summer Rugby Camp
Regular Registration
Between Grade 6 and Grade 8

Participant Info



Additional Info

Waivers and Consent Forms

Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization has my permission to use my or my child’s photograph or other media images such as videos publicly to promote the organization. I understand that the images and videos may be used in print publications, online publications, presentations, websites, and for social media purposes. I also understand and agree that no royalty, fee or other compensation shall become payable to me by reason of such use. By Clicking below, I agree to the social media waiver.
The primary role of Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization is to provide members and participants with a safe and fun environment to play rugby. Our commitment to player welfare is paramount to this goal. Thus, TYRO follows USA Rugby SafeSport Policies, Definitions and Prohibited Behaviors. TYRO is committed to creating a safe and positive environment for its participants’ physical, emotional, and social development and ensuring it promotes an environment free from abuse and misconduct. As such, we follow USA Rugby and The U.S. Center of SafeSport (“USCSS”) policies addressing certain types of abuse, misconduct, related prohibited behaviors, and certain policies intended to prevent, reduce, monitor and govern the areas where potential abuse and misconduct might occur. Bullying, Emotional Misconduct, Harassment, Hazing, Physical Misconduct, and Abuse of any kind are not allowed. Any allegations of these prohibited behaviors will be taken seriously, reported to USA Rugby/SafeSport and investigated by appropriate agencies. Any players and/or coaches who have been found to engage in any prohibited behaviors may be suspended or permanently removed from the team and program. Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization has a zero tolerance policy for these prohibited behaviors. Any persons who have concerns about suspected child abuse will report these concerns to USA Rugby/SafeSport and to.appropriate law enforcement authorities and child protection agencies. Additional Information about SafeSport and reporting of potential prohibited behaviors can be found here: Safe Sport | USA Rugby I have read and understand the TYRO policy on Safety of Players and Prohibited Behaviors. I will report any concerns of prohibited behaviors and/or abuse to TYRO Coaches and/or Board Members.
Player Code of Conduct Play for enjoyment and being part of the rugby family Respect the ‘Game of Rugby’ and play within the Laws of the Game Accept the referee’s decision, always Your captain is the only person who should ask the referee any questions during the match Play with control. Do not lose your temper Always do your best and be committed to the game and your team Be a ‘good sport’. Applaud all good play whether by your team or the opposition Respect your opponent. Treat all players as you would like to be treated. Do not ‘bully’, ‘trash talk’ or take advantage of any player Rugby is a team sport and make sure you cooperate with your coach and teammates Remember that the goals of the game are to have fun, improve your skills and feel good At the end of the match, thank your opponents and the referee for the match You are responsible for your opponents’ safety. Tackle hard, fairly and legally, do not play to hurt your opponent. Winning and losing is part of sport: Win with humility – lose with dignity. As part of the team, it is important that you attend training regularly and listen to your coach and help your team. As a team sport it is important to understand that all members are important to the team! Remember you are representing your team, family, and the Game of Rugby. If you receive a card during a match, remember it was your decision that led to the card, and you alone have let your team down. Discipline Where it is necessary to discipline a player, Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization will appoint a Disciplinary Committee to investigate and where necessary, impose appropriate sanctions in line with the recommendations of the USA Rugby and World Rugby. TYRO may call law enforcement authorities and/or child protection agencies, when needed.
Spectator Code of Conduct Remember that although young people play organized rugby, they are not ‘miniature professional players’. Be on your best behavior and lead by example. Do not use profane language or harass referees, players, or coaches. Applaud good play by the visiting team as well as your own. Show respect for your team’s opponents, without them there would not be a match. Stay in appropriate spectator zones and never stray into the technical zones or onto the pitch. Condemn the use of abuse and violence in all forms at every opportunity. Any abuse of players, coaches, referees, volunteers or others (e.g., verbal, emotional, physical, sexual) will not be accepted in any shape or form. Shouting of profanity, obscene gestures, verbal threats and physically threatening actions towards anyone is not allowed. Players, coaches or referees are not fair targets for ignorant behavior. Encourage young players to play by the Laws of the Game. Spectators can contribute to the enjoyment of the event, and all involved. Be proud of your team and the Game of Rugby Discipline Any spectator in breach of the Code of Conduct or bringing the game of Rugby into disrepute may be asked to remove themselves from the training session/game/event immediately. Where it is necessary to address a spectator’s behavior, Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization will appoint a Disciplinary Committee to investigate and where necessary, impose appropriate sanctions.Misconduct could lead to suspension and in exceptional circumstances, where the behavior is deemed by Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization (TYRO) as wholly unacceptable or their behavior has been persistent, ongoing or disruptive, TYRO reserves the right to permanently ban a spectator from training and matches. In some cases, it may also be necessary to prohibit participation of a child in Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization due to repeated instances of inappropriate actions or words by a parent, guardian or family member of a player. This can be a potential disciplinary outcome. TYRO may call law enforcement authorities and/or child protection agencies, when needed.


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Registration Fees $95.00
Subtotal $0.00
Total Due (USD) $0.00
Total Due Now (USD) $0.00
Total Due Later (USD) $0.00

We will register you now and send you an email closer to the start of the season when payment is is required.

This form & waiver are designed for any and all activities and events that this participant engages in through his/her participation in Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization. This includes practices, training, matches, games, competitions, tournaments, camps, and all activities and events that are connected with his/her participation in Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization. This form and waiver must be completed by the legal parent/guardian of the participant prior to participation.

I attest that I am the parent and/or legal guardian of the participant. I am fully aware of, and appreciate, the risks, including the risk of serious injury, permanent disability, damages and losses, and/orl death associated with participation in rugby activities and events, including but not limited to: practices, training, matches, games, competitions, tournaments, and other rugby events. I agree on behalf of myself, my heirs and personal representatives, that Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization, as well as agents, officers and directors of those organizations, and any towns, schools, and/or organizations that provide usage of field space with respect to these Rugby activities and events, together with any coaches, officials, volunteers, and employees working in connection with these rugby events, and any rugby membership organizations in which Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization is a member, shall not be held liable for any injury, loss of life or other loss or damage as a result of my child’s participation in these rugby events and activities.

I attest that my child/this participant has health insurance. I am aware that Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization carries group accident medical insurance which is secondary or excess to my insurance which is considered primary insurance. Further, I agree to notify in writing my head coach of any medical claim from participation as soon as reasonably possible. I understand that the registration fee is not a premium for insurance and that deductibles may apply.

I attest that my child/this partcipant is in good health and has been found physically capable of participating in the sport of rugby. If my child has a medical/physical issue that could impact his/her play in rugby, I will provide additional written notice, setting forth any specific issue, condition, or ailment, in addition to what is specified above, that my child has or that may impact my child's participation in the rugby program. I further give my consent to have a trainer, licensed medical professional, licensed medical doctor and/or dentist, and/or any emergency medical care professional/unit to provide medical assistance and/or treatment to my child, and agree to be financially responsible for the reasonable cost of any such.

I understand and agree that my child's name and date of birth will be shared with other teams as a form of a roster for any game day competition. I understand and agree that my child's name and date of birth will be shared with the Rugby Connecticut Board and any of its designees.

Dispute Resolution/Severability: I hereby agree that binding arbitration shall be used in lieu of any litigation. I also understand and agree that if I contest any decision or ruling of Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization and seek other recourse, that I will reimburse Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization for all legal fees and expenses it reasonably incurs. If any portion of this agreement/form shall be deemed unenforceable, the remainder shall remain in full force and effect.

I hereby give my consent for my child/this participant to participate in rugby training and activities with Trumbull Youth Rugby Organization based on these conditions. By my signature, I confirm that I have read, fully understand and voluntarily agree to be bound by all of the above, and that all information provided by me is true and accurate.

All registrants may receive a full refund of their registration fees up until 2 days before the start of camp. Other refund requests may be presented to the Board for approval. Any requests for a refund should be sent to trumbullyouthrugby@gmail.com.

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