TryRugby Kids Pathway – U6 to U12

Aim and philosophy of the TryRugby Kids Pathway

The aim of the TryRugby Kids Pathway for U6 to U12 players is to provide a series of age-specific modified rugby games. These modified rugby games progressively develop the individual skills, fitness and team work of all players in accordance with their physical maturity and understanding of the game. 
 
What are the benefits?
 
The Kids Pathway for U6 to U12 players has been developed to:
  • Increase activity levels for maximum participation and enjoyment.
  • Meet the developmental needs of young Rugby players in line with the safety focus of the modern game.
  • Provide an integrated and consistent approach to the development of U6 to U12 players, coaches and referees across the country. 
 
Kids Rugby Pathway Laws Review 
 
Following a thorough review in 2010, successful implementation in 2011, and minor changes for 2012, ARU is very pleased with the feedback to date on the current Kids Rugby Pathway Laws. The Laws will remain the same for 2014.

Opportunities for continuing feedback from stakeholders are available on the TryRugby website. The IRB’s global Law Amendment Trial Laws will apply where relevant in the Pathway age groups in 2014. 
 
Game Styles
 

 

Pathway coaching resources available

Under 6s, Under 7s, Under 8s  

Kids Rugby Pathway Laws

Each game-style of the U6 to U12 TryRugby Kids Pathway has a development skills focus which takes into account the chronological age of the child and their capacity for safe and achievable rugby skill acquisition.

For full version of TryRugby Kids Pathway Laws visit www.tryrugby.com.au/laws. or download them here 
 

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