Junior Age Limits

A junior age rugby player must be younger than the age group in which he/she is playing as of the 1st January of the playing year.

For example: A player in the Under 15's must be under 15 years of age as of the 1st January, in the playing season.

 2014 Year of Birth / Age Groupings

Year of Birth  Age Group
Player born 2008 U6
Player born 2007 U7
Player born 2006 U8
Player born 2005   U9
Player born 2004   U10
Player born 2003   U11
Player born 2002   U12
Player born 2001  U13
Player born 2000  U14
Player born 1999  U15
Player born 1998   U16
Player born 1997   U17
Player born 1996  U18

Player born 1995 is U19 and belongs to Senior Rugby.

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