Fitness Comp Winners 2015

Raleigh Rugby Football Club Fitness Competition 2015

The 2015 Fitness Competition was a huge success with teams showing up to compete in multiple cross-fit related events. A huge thanks goes out to the competitors and the sponsors for helping RRFC raise money. Check out pictures from the competition and start preparing for next year!

Vipers vs Pittsburgh

3/21/15 Raleigh Vipers vs. Pittsburgh Harlequins

The Vipers needed an assured performance, and that’s what they delivered. After an early hiccup, conceding the first try to Pittsburgh, we got into our stride. While the first half score didn’t reflect it, the performance was controlled and you felt Raleigh were building to something. The second half delivered, Raleigh controlled the game in both possession and territory. We …

NACRA

NACRA Rugby 7s June 13th & 14th 2015

On June 13th and 14th, the North America Caribbean Rugby Association (NACRA) will be hosting the 2015 NACRA Sevens Olympic Qualifying Championships at WakeMed Soccer Park in Cary, NC. For information on Program Advertisements, Bronze Sponsorship, Official Supplier Sponsorship, or if you have any questions, please contact Frank Milchuck.

Rookie Rugby

Rookie Rugby 2015!

The Raleigh Rugby Football club announces a new U8 Rookie Touch Rugby Team!! Get your kid involved in the fastest growing sport in the country! View the flyer here.

Amazon

Amazon will donate 0.5% to RRFC!

Amazon will donate 0.5% of the price of your eligible AmazonSmile purchases to Raleigh Rugby Football Club Inc whenever you shop on AmazonSmile

Venom vs Nova

Venom thrash Nova, drop C-note

Two weeks after dropping a lower-end D1 squad with ease, the undefeated Venom found even less resistance as it dismantled winless Nova upon returning to D2 league play. Raleigh fly half Chelsea Garber led the scoring with four tries and 10 conversions to earn back of the match, but a number of players from prop to wing found a try …

Rough first half, lapses sink Vipers in Baltimore, 24-19

For the second game in a row, the Raleigh Vipers fought back after falling behind on of the league’s top teams. And for the second straight game, a bonus point for a loss provided the barest of consolation after a 24-19 loss to Baltimore-Chesapeake. Outside center Michael Melendez-Rivera scored two tries for Raleigh (3-5) in a second half won by …

Vipers heartbroken but not empty-handed after nearly toppling Potomac

After a sluggish first half the Raleigh Vipers controlled the second half and managed to secure two points in the standings. But the furious comeback came up just short as the still-undefeated Potomac Exiles survived a thriller in its trip to the South, 27-26. After a couple of breaks Raleigh knocked on the door late, threatening to erase a three-point …