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Three mini and junior coaches from the Deepings RUFC Academy of Rugby have shown their further commitment and enthusiasm for the game and to the club.

They have successfully completing the Rugby Football Unions National Foundation Referee Course and in doing so becoming members of the East Midlands Referees Society.

Matt Allen, Jez Cox, Tim Edwards


Matt Allen, Under 10's Coach, said that “Although already qualified National Level 1 coaches, the three of us decided to further our Rugby knowledge by becoming Society Referees which will help with training the youngsters but also put something back into the game after all of us having played for a number of years.”

“Deepings Rugby Club has made tremendous strides forward in recent years, recognised by the RFU, and culminating in them awarding us the coveted RFU Seal of Approval which all areas of the club have worked hard for.”

Deepings is still the only club in South Lincolnshire to have been awarded the Seal of Approval. The Community Rugby Active Sports Seal of Approval and the Sport England Clubmark accreditation scheme are based on a three year award system during which time a club is assessed on it’s ability to maintain a safe, child friendly club environment.

The Seal is a Hallmark of Quality awarded to Rugby Clubs who have achieved a standard of excellence. The certificate is awarded only after the Club has proved itself to have in place the required standards of management, playing conditions along with comprehensive health & safety procedures. One the most important features is that the Certificate imparts to everyone, particularly parents of mini & junior players that Deepings Academy of Rugby is a safe place for young children, boys and girls in the Deepings to play Rugby.

Deepings Rugby Club has three senior men’s teams, including vets, a Ladies team as well as providing rugby for boys and girls from ages 6 to 17.

For details please contact Deepings Rugby Club on 01778 345228 or via e-mail on [email protected]

Peterborough Community Website - March 2007

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