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Broulee Dolphins Dive into another Season of Friday Night Rugby Fun!


The Broulee Dolphins are eagerly awaiting the kick off of their Dusky Dolphins Mini Rugby and Dolphins Access Rugby programs next Friday, the 5th of May. The club are looking to expand both programs and invite all players to come and join in the fun.

Dusky Dolphins are known for being the smallest breed of Dolphins on the planet. As such, this program caters for players who are 4 to 9 years old, introducing them to the game of rugby and teaching them a range of skills in a safe and non-contact environment. Players are able to learn the basics of the game of rugby and are taught about the core values of the game, including respect for their teammates and officials and pride in themselves and their club.

Last year, saw the introduction of Dolphins Access Rugby, a program designed for players with disabilities or additional needs. The club is extremely proud of this program and it is the first of its kind on the South Coast. Access Rugby aims to provide a safe and non-contact environment for all players, regardless of their ability to participate in the game of rugby. Each player is assigned a mentor, who will assist them throughout the skills sessions and games, giving them the chance to join in the fun.

Dusky Dolphins Mini Rugby and Dolphins Access Rugby run each Friday night in term two, from 5.30 to 6.30pm. New players are always welcome to come and join in the fun. To register please go to www.dolphinsrugby.com.


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