U12’s to U18’s Girls (Junior Roses)

Welcome to Huddersfield Laund Hill RUFC’s Girls U12’s through to the U18’s Teams known collectively here on the ‘Hill as The Junior Roses.

Through these age groups the girls now play separately within their individual girls teams. Womens rugby is one of the fastest growing sport in the past couple of years with girls rugby being no exception. Rugby is a sport for all ages & abilities, so whatever your ability, we welcome everyone wanting to get involved in this great team sport.

Rugby helps develop many skills players will carry forward through life & our ambition is to encourage all our young players grow on their rugby journey with our Huddersfield Laund Hill RUFC family. Whether you are just joining us or have moved up from a previous Age group, we want all our players to have the same opportunity & inclusion & one step towards this is the development of our Boot Bank.  This has been set up to help remove any barriers form players take part as playing rugby here on the ‘Hill is all about everyone being included, enjoying themselves & making new friends in the game they have chosen for hopefully many years to come.

Of course your daughters safety & wellbeing remains as important to us as it is to you so whether they have never played before or are looking to build on existing skills our dedicated Junior Roses coach is there to help them at every step of their journey. Players will grow in confidence & skills in a safe, enjoyable & supported environment alongside their friends & team-mates.  With a Safeguarding Officer whose priority is also your daughter’s welfare, supported by our Safeguarding policy & Code of Conduct , their experience & rugby journey here at Huddersfield Laund Hill RUFC is our highest priority.

If you are interested in coming along to join in & see what your child could be part of, our Junior Roses train through summer on a Sunday from 10:30am to 12pm then Thursday evenings 6.30 until 7.30 during the season which runs September through to May here at the Community Club Complex. The Club is open during training for hot food and drinks (especially welcome during the colder months).

We welcome anyone dropping in to join us & have a taster training session or two but would suggest contacting Mark Ladocha prior to doing so to arrange meeting up with him on the day. This helps avoid any disruption & interruptions to the Training sessions & also gives you an update on whether the training is running or possibly cancelled due to arranged fixtures or tournaments or extreme weather conditions that can affect the pitch we train on.

If you are interested in joining The Junior Roses, please click here for Membership & Registration information.

If you have any questions at all please contact any one of the Key Contacts on this page for more information.

24/12/2023 HOLIDAY
31/12/2023 HOLIDAY
07/01/2024 Training
14/01/2024 A Rochdale*
21/01/2024 A Pontefract *
28/01/2024 H Old Crossleyans & Sandal*
04/02/2024 A PUP at Sandal*
11/02/2024 Training (HT week)
18/02/2024 H Bradford Salem
25/02/2024 Training
03/03/2024 A Old Crossleyans
10/03/2024 H Huddersfield Lockwood Park
17/03/2024 A (U11) Huddersfield Lockwood Park Festival
24/03/2024 A Pontefract
31/03/2024 Training (Easter)
07/04/2024 A Cleckheaton
14/04/2024 H Old Rish
21/04/2024 H Rochdale
28/04/2024 Presentation day
U12 Girls only game *


No fixtures just yet, check back soon!

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