2017 Rugby Canada CRC
This year Truro Rugby Club and Rugby Nova Scotia are proud to host some of the finest rugby players in the nation as they compete for the 2017 CRC titles. Come out and support the Keltics as they vie for the top spot in the country. Dates for the event are July 17th-22nd at the Truro Rugby Club in North River. You can find more details for this and many others by checking our club's upcoming EVENTS.
Saints to Watch...
Kelton is a 20 year old player from Shortts Lake, Nova Scotia. Kelton began his rugby involvement in high school, with his debut for the CEC Cougars. Kelton capped off his high school career with Most Valuable Player honours. Since, he has had a shot playing with Team Nova Scotia, and the u19 Atlantic Rock. During 2016, the Club sponsored Kelton to travel to Falmouth England, to immerse himself in rugby culture and hone in on his potential as an elite player. Kelton has worked tirelessly in developing his strength and rugby IQ, to become the Saints most versatile player covering any position required. Most recently, Kelton has earned a spot playing with the Senior Men's Nova Scotia Keltics, and is representing the u19 Atlantic Rock as an over ager. We wish Kelton the best of luck as he competes in the Canadian Rugby Championships (CRC) July 17th-22nd on home soil!
Nicole began her rugby career in her grade 11 year of high school. As an experienced athlete in other domains, Nicole's transition to rugby was seamless. He tall stature and dominating strength have made her a force to be reckoned with across the province. Nicole came to the Saints after her bout with CEC rugby in high school, and has been one of our key players since. Nicole's dominating offensive plays helped her earn a spot onto the prestigious StFX X Women's Roster during her final year of her Undergraduate Degree in Accounting. Nicole returned as a manager for the squad after her graduation in 2016. Nicole has been invited to compete with the Team Nova Scotia Senior Women's Squad several times over the years, taking them up on their offer late into the summer of 2017. Given the timing of her enrolment she will join the Squad as an injury reserve, and may not see competition at the CRC event, however we are confident that she will have a bright future with the provincial program and wish her the best of luck.
Saints, you will never have to miss another event; check out the updated calendar with practice and match times posted for the season. Keep updated with this up to the minute calendar of all club events
The future of rugby in Truro looks very bright indeed, as timbits are exploding on to the scene at the rugby club. Come out to see the invasion force of more than 80 youths Thursday evenings for an hour at 5:30pm.
Do not be late, sign up before July 20th for Rookie Rugby Day Camp coming up this July 22nd hosted by the Truro Saints during the 2017 CRC