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Welcome to Wee Bolts Rugby

  • Registration is open through March 31...SIGN UP NOW!!

    Registration is open through March 31...SIGN UP NOW!!

  • Thank you for your interest in Wee Bolts Rugby!

    Thank you for your interest in Wee Bolts Rugby!

Players DO NOT need to reside in the Northmont School District to play.  In fact, the more we get in another area the easier it is to start another team.

The goal of Wee Bolts Rugby is to promote physical fitness, teamwork, decision making, leadership, and sportsmanship through the game of Rugby for those in K-6th grades.  Rugby is the fastest growing and newest Olympic Sport in the USA while existing since 1823 internationally.  Rugby can compliment all other sports because of the conditioning and decision making required and it is fun because everyone gets to run the ball and everyone gets to score.  The sportsmanship and brotherhood that exists with Rugby is second to no other sport.  Interested? Give Rugby a TRY!

This is a new sport for everyone initially, so don't let that deter getting your kids involved.  Be one of the first and help us build this into something special. The Ohio State Buckeyes and Seattle Seahawks have already adopted rugby-style tackling for a few years now and the list of teams following their lead is growing.

We highly encourage parental involvement and are in need of volunteer assistant coaches. While previous experience is helpful, it is not required. Anyone can learn the game at this level and grow with the kids as they progress each year.


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Will be held twice a week at 6PM beginning in Mid March at O.R. Edgington

What gear will my child need?

The only gear players will need are football or soccer cleats and a mouth guard.

Want to buy your own Rugby Ball? Check out our recommendations


Matches will be held on Sundays mid-March through Mid-May at the Dayton Rugby Grounds

620 Shiloh Drive, Dayton OH


The claims by some in rugby that it is safer than football are based on the fact that, by rule -- called "laws" in rugby -- the sport prohibits hitting the head during tackling or using the head to tackle.  Players are supposed to use a "wrap" technique with the arms to bring down an opponent. Blocking other players, as in football isn't allowed, nor is blindsiding.

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Phone : 937-313-4530
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