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Congratulations to the 2019 Awards Winners

2019 Edmonton Rugby Union Awards

The Edmonton Rugby Union formally recognizes clubs, players, officials and administrators on an annual basis.  The Presidents of the ERU member organizations are consulted for nominations each October.

The Harcourt Shield is awarded based on regular season standings to recognize the efforts of clubs that run two or more senior rugby teams and offer a junior rugby program.  The rankings are calculated on the league standings from U13 up to the Senior Men and Women

The Edmonton Rugby Union Referee Society (ERURS) determines the recipients of the McGee Trophy and Referee of the Year.

HARCOURT SHIELD

CLUB CHAMPIONS

Clansmen

OUTSTANDING CLUB ADMINISTRATOR

Juliette Bradley - SARFC

McGEE TROPHY

MOST SPORTSMANLIKE TEAM

Lep/Tigers Premiere Women

DEREK POOLE / DRUIDS RFC

REFEREE OF THE YEAR

Robin Kaluzniak

 LYNN DAVIES CUP

COACH OF THE YEAR

Gus Fai - GP Centaurs

LABATT CUP MVP

SENIOR MEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Connor Pullin - Clansmen

& Aiden Holland - NorWesters

LAURA JACKSON CUP

SENIOR WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Sara Cline - Pirates

SHELAINE KOZAKOVICH CUP

JUNIOR WOMEN'S PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Melina Ioannides - NorWesters

FORT McMURRAY RFC SHIELD

UNDER-18/19 PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Gio Estrada - Clansmen

GARETH JONES SHIELD

UNDER-16/17 PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Jack Loughman - Clansmen

UNDER-17 FEMALE PLAYER OF THE YEAR

Beatrix Herrera - Druids

 


Edmonton Gold is seeking coaches for the 2020 Vancouver 7’s Tour.

Details are on the document link

Try-Outs; for 2020 U16 and U18 Vancouver 7's Tour will be held in December.

Details are on the linked document


ERU Referee Abuse Policy

Please click the link in header above to read the Referee Abuse Policy from the Edmonton Rugby Union (ERU) and the Edmonton Rugby Union Referees Society (ERURS). This policy is effective immediately and applies to all coaches and spectators.

Player abuse of referees will continue to be dealt with according to the World Rugby and ERU Rules and Regulations.

The ERU Club Presidents have committed their support of this policy.  The clubs have pledged to work with the ERU and ERURS to curb referee abuse.   Be reminded that it is the CLUB’S responsibility to control spectators as per item 2.3 in the Rugby Alberta Rules & Regulations

We ask that if you see any instances of referee abuse (or volunteer/staff abuse), that you let your board members know so that it can be dealt with.  Or speak to the coach or spectator yourself if you feel safe to do so.  If we do not curb this trend we will continue to lose referees and the game will suffer. 

August 2018

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