Teams for Boys and Girls in grades 3-12
Rainier Junior Rugby
Orting,Bonney Lake,Buckley,Sumner,Enumclaw,Fife, Edgewood,Puyallup,Spanaway,Federal Way,Auburn & ALL surrounding areas
No city or school boundaries
to the Rainier Junior Rugby Club.
Thanks for visiting our website and we hope we can inspire you to become a player on one of our
2017 teams ( now by grade.):
Rainier Junior Rugby Club sweep the State Championships!
Rainier WINS the Boys 7th/8th Grade, Junior Varsity and Varsity Divisions
Rainier Girls Varsity takes 2nd
See our Team Pictures
Coed teams 3rd/4th, 5th/6th
Boys teams 7th/8th, 9th/10th, 11th/12th
Girls teams 7th/8th, 9th-12th
We welcome anyone who has the desire to find out more about becoming a rugby player. Join the
hundreds of past and present Rainier Highlanders who began with no knowledge of playing rugby
but ended up loving the game. Many of our players have gone on to play in college or on one of
the local adult club teams. Our 2016 season has concluded and will resume in January 2017 but
we are eager to help answer any of your questions so please select the contact us tab in red
at bottom of the page and we are ready to respond.
Our spring 16 aside has concluded and will resume in January 2017.
Learn about the Summer 7's Program
Learn about the 6th-8th Grade GIRLS Summer 7's Progrram
If you are interested in joining the team in the spring of 2017 I encourage you to check out the FAQs and our "New Player" tabs in the menu
above or contact Coach Ramsay with any specific questions. 253 330-6816 or firstname.lastname@example.org
Lady Highlanders (2nd in State) started their season in style winning the D2 Bracket at the Prezfest where many of our new players featured in their first ever game. Following on from that positive start the squad had to overcome two season ending injuries to two key players. New and veteran players stepped up and combined to ensure that they only lost one league match and played with great grit and determination in the state final versus Kent. Despite these valiant efforts the team were only able to claim the runner up title. Personal performances were rewarded however with our largest number of players being selected on the WA State Loggers Squad (All Star Team). We are now looking forward to a great summer sevens season and some off season recruiting and planning for next spring.
These performances were an ideal way to end the 2016 season and create excitement and enthusiasm for the 2017 Spring Season.
The 2017 Season begins in early January - see highlights below
January - Twice weekly practices usually 6.30pm-8.30pm
February - Pre season matches and jamborees
March - League Matches Commence (once a week)
May - State Championship/Post season playoffs & championships
Interested in becoming a rugby coach? We'd love to hear from you -
We encourage all athletes 3rd grade - 12th grade to join us on the pitch. No experience is necessary
For a overview of what commitment and what it means to be a rugby player on our club please click on
the new player tab. This compilation of information will be of great assistance to both prospective
players and parents of prospective parents In youth rugby there are NO tryouts and NO cuts.
Also there are no school boundaries or address restrictions as to who can be part of the club.