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History (1 page)

with Chris Blackmore In 1972 Truro 3rd XV had folded and a number of their players came to St Agnes.These players, along with Gerry Jones and other local players formed the first rugby club for St Agnes. Gerry Jones, the late Pete Stoddard and the late

Sponsor the Club

Sponsors and advertisers are important to amateur clubs like ours, bringing in much need funds to offset soaring costs, for which the Club is extremely grateful. If you would like to become a club sponsor, we have a number of options available, includi

Join our Club

Players of all abilities and ages are welcome at St Agnes Rugby Club.

 Please get in contact with the club via our website (contact us) or our Chairman, Giles Hirst on 07968 117160 (M) or at chairman@aggietigers.co.uk. If you are keen to try out

Codes Of Conduct (3 pages)

When refereeing young players match officials should Recognize the importance of fun and enjoyment when officiating young players. Provide verbal feedback in a positive way during games. Appreciate the needs of players. Be a positive role model. Re

Child Protection

ST AGNES RFC Child Protection Policy For the purpose of this Policy it is deemed that anyone under the age of 18years of age should be considered as a child or young person. St Agnes RFC acknowledges and adopts the recommendations of the governing b

Safeguarding Children

Children are the lifeblood of the game and it is crucial that they are cared for in the correct manner. Any player under the age of 18 is classed as a child and should be respected as such. The RFU Safeguarding Policy Guidance & Procedures (PDF 296kB)

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