WANTED: Chesapeake Women's Rugby Announces Coach Search
I hope this e-mail finds you well. I am the new president of Chesapeake Women's Rugby. We are one of the DII teams of MARFU. We have come a long way since I have joined the team and were excited to go to Nationals this fall season.
Unfortunately our coach had to leave us and we are in the process of seeking out a new coach. I was contacting all of you because I know you have wonderful connections in the rugby world.
If you could please put the ad out there or know of anyone that would be interested in coach us, please contact me.
The team is a great group of people and hard workers. If you have any suggestions or places where you think we might be able to find a high caliber coach, I would really appreciate your help.
Thanks so much!
Chesapeake Women’s Rugby, Inc. is seeking candidates for head coach and assistant coach. The team is a senior women’s Division II club in Baltimore, MD and a member of the Potomac Rugby Union.
Chesapeake Women’s Rugby Football Club was established in 1974. In recent years, the team earned the 2004 Division II-North Championship, ended the 2007 Fall Matrix Season with a record of 3-1, and went 4-1 in the 2008 Matrix season. We ended up placing eighth at Nationals.
The make-up of the club ranges from introductory-level players to ten-year veterans. The women of Chesapeake wish to continue to build a strong team with a reputation for competitive rugby while maintaining a friendly atmosphere for welcoming new players to the sport.
Qualified candidates for coach/assistant coach will have knowledge of current USA Rugby laws and have a current USA Rugby Coaching Certification (or be willing to complete a course). He or she will be expected to teach safe and proper technique to beginning level players while challenging and integrating the skills of higher-level players.
The head coach will be expected to plan and implement two-hour practices twice per week and attend matches on Saturdays and some Sundays for tournaments during the spring and fall seasons, as well as coordinate with the assistant coach.
The assistant coach will aid and support the head coach with all duties. Neither the head coach nor assistant coach will have any administrative duties. The team will provide accommodations for any out of town tournaments, pay for coaching clinics and give a stipend for each season to each coach.
If you are interested, please contact Chesapeake at the above information. Have a Rugby WANTED AD request? Leave your info in the comments, email me
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