Our Mission Statement
We have discovered that once young players see full contact rugby they want to play that way and you cant keep them from it.....so we help them get there safely to enjoy playing the game!
Our philosophy at North Shore Rugby is to teach our young players contact rugby at an early age and to develop each player's confidence.....once they can tackle safely and with 'enthusiasm' a player's 'entire game' can explode in the many different areas of skill development from that point onward. Learning to play contact rugby at an early age is extremely important for player safety and this begins through 'muscle memory' so our focus is on the details of correct tackling techniques for thirty minutes at every single practice, Spring and Fall. We build our players from there and this sets us apart!
"In the end, it’s extra effort that separates a winner from second place. It takes desire, determination, discipline, and self-sacrifice. Put all these together, and even if you don’t win, how can you lose?"
- Jesse Owens
Our Online Rugby Store is Open!
Please order your apparel online at our Northshore Youth Rugby Store
Note:Online ordering for North Shore Youth Rugby 2019 ends on Monday May 27th, 2019 (11:59pm EDT)
Spring 2019 Rugby Registration Is Open
- Players 7-11 yrs register with: North Shore Youth Rugby - Rookie Rugby
- Players 11-14 yrs register with: North Shore Youth Rugby - Trailblazers
- All High School players register with: North Shore Youth Rugby - High School Colts
MYRO aligns with MIAA and uses the September 1st cutoff date for all contact programs. So a player would have to be under the age of 15 on September 1st. …etc.
Please refer your friends and schoolmates to this website and our Facebook link..
Listen to our Radio Ad on NorthShore 104.9!
Our Home Rugby Field Located in Salem, MA
After years of searching, we finally have a rugby field we can call our own. Much activity over the coming season will be directed at raising funds for posts and equipment.
Check it out! Palmer Cove Rugby Field
2014 New England Challenge Cup
Delighted to report, and to have been a part as the head coach of the 2014 New England Challenge Cup winning team yesterday at Fort Devens. Our club captain, Zach Schutz represented North Shore Youth RFC as a starter on on the MYRO Some exceptional players on this team and three were selected to the All American camp.