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
2016 teams ( now by grade.):
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 2015 season has concluded and will resume in January 2016 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 15 aside has concluded and will resume in January 2016.
If you are interested in joining the team in the spring of 2016 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
Consider attending one of our pre season Parent/ Prospective Player informational meetings. ALL WELCOME!
These are primarily intended for prospective parents and
players but we always welcome current families to come along and help to give their prospective.
Wednesday 12/2 Sumner Public Library
Saturday 12/5 Algona Pacific Library 10:45 am-5pm
Returning players can RENEW and get schedules, New Players can register
Wednesday 12/9 Fife Public Library
Thursday 12/10 South Hill Puyallup Public Library
Tuesday 12/15 Federal Way Public Library
Wednesday 12/16 Auburn Public Library
Player Registration / Info Night
Tuesday 1/5 Sumner Public Library
Wednesday 1/6 Sumner Public Library
Find out more about the club and learn what commitment it takes to be a member of one of our teams.
Registration paperwork will be available and plenty of time for questions and answers. The time allotted is intended to allow
people to come at their convenience with the presentation time being approximately 30 minutes.(We can repeat as needed.)
The Rainier Girls and U15 & 19 Boys teams recently all featured in the State Championship
Finals and involved a large number of players playing rugby for the first time. Our U19 team
won the Division 2 championship and our other teams were runners up. Our first ever U13 side
ended the season undefeated and our U17 side were state semi finalists. Our Lady Highlanders
also completed a tour to Vancouver Island Canada during their spring season. We also had
several girls and boys representing the WA All Star Teams in regional multi state tournaments. We also had three players from our girls side invited to participate in a summer USA Rugby National High School Assembly Camp. Two of these players were subsequently invited to be part of the High School All American squad that played two matches with Canada.
During the summer 7s season the Lady Highlanders again were state runners up and our two boys teams were third and fourth in their respective divisions.
These performances were an ideal way to end the 2015 season and create excitement and enthusiasm for the 2016 Spring Season.
The 2016 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.