Mini Rugby

 No experience required! Discover the joy of rugby (non-contact), make new friends and join our family!​​

For more information please email: [email protected]  

Ages 4-11 (U5, U7, U9, U11)

Practices: Tuesdays 6:00-7:30pm
Ecole la Source (22 rue de l'Acadie)
April 9th-mid May

Parc Fontaine (rue Charlevoix)
Mid-May to early August

Flag rugby festivals 2019
(in Ottawa-Gatineau)
Sunday June 9th 
Sunday June 23rd
Sunday July 14th
Sat or Sun July 20th/21st​​

Cost: U5-U9 $160
          U11 $180

Equipment required:
Cleats (outdoors), water
bottle, shorts, t-shirt

*Uniforms provided by the club

To register click here:

Meet our mini coaches!
U5/U7 coach
Our minis range from ages 4 to 11 years of age. They play non-contact, flag rugby.  All coaches working are trained and committed to teaching your child rugby and promoting teamwork, fun, and friendship!

We welcome any parents who are interested in getting involved with the club on a coaching or volunteer basis.

 For more information email [email protected]
Mathieu Morissette
U9/U11 coach
Nick Mosher
  1. Sunday 9 June 2019
    Manor Park 100 Braemar Street Ottawa, Ontario *Remember your cleats, water bottle, suncreen and hat!
  2. Sunday 23 June 2019
    Rowan's Pitch 692 Longfields Drive Nepean, Ontario *Remember your cleats, water bottle, suncreen and hat!
  3. Sunday 14 July 2019
    Twin Elm Rugby Park 4075 Twin Elm Road Richmond, Ontario *Remember your cleats, water bottle, suncreen and hat!
  4. Sat 20 July OR Sun 21 July
    Ottawa Ospreys
    Twin Elm Rugby Park 4075 Twin Elm Road Richmond, Ontario *Remember your cleats, water bottle, suncreen and hat!
  5. Date
  6. Date
  1. Indoor Training with the minis
    Indoor Training with the minis
    Minis training runs until 26 May at 299 Ernest-Gaboury in Gatineau for children aged 5 - 11 years old.
  2. Team Vortex Blue
    Team Vortex Blue
    The girls ringette team, Vortex Blue, came out to join indoor training. Most had never touched a rugby ball and it was said that they will return because they had SO much fun! Thank you Vortex Blue and looking forward to seeing you out again each Sunday!
  3. Technique
    The children learn how to properly place their hands in order to catch a rugby ball.
  4. Demonstration
    Coach Mathieu and junior player Claudia demonstrate to the children how to throw and catch a rugby ball.
  5. Games!
    While the kids are playing a tag game they learn how to act quickly to tag opponents. Great skills to take on the field once the season starts.
  6. Passing
    The children learn the art of rugby which is running forward to pass the ball behind to your teammate.
  7. Assisting
    Claudia, a U17 Glads player, helps a mini put on their flag belt for a fun game near the end of the session.