The Raleigh Venom would like to invite you and your team to our sixth semi-annual Player’s Clinic on Sunday, February 24th! We began offering our skill clinics in 2016 as a way to foster player development and camaraderie among female rugby players along the east coast, and we are excited to continue the tradition this Spring! What a great way to kick off all of our Spring seasons by brushing the dust off our boots and continuing to develop our fundamentals! High school, college, and club players of all skills levels are welcome!
Fresh off of our second consecutive run to the Women’s Division I National Championship, we look forward to working with players of all skill levels on skill development (passing, rucking, and tackling technique); positional work, tactical discussion (offensive and defensive strategies), and scrimmage play. The clinic is led by our team captain and Eagle’s Pool player Chelsea Garber along with support from Venom’s most accomplished players and coaches who have been invited to play and coach on several prestigious higher level and select-side teams.
EARLY REGISTRATION DEADLINE: FEBRUARY 1ST
WHEN: Sunday, February 24th, 2019 | 9 am-2 pm, Registration at 8 am
WHERE: Poole Road Rugby Complex
College and Club Teams:
$35/individual or $30/individual if registered with a team of 10 or more players.
OR register by Feb 1st for an early discount of $25/individual or $20/individual if registered with a team of 10 or more players.
High school Teams:
$20/individual or $15/individual if registered with a team of 10 or more players.
REGISTRATION DEADLINE: Friday, 2/22/19
QUESTIONS: Email Us
- Work with some of our most accomplished players (CGU, USA South, U23’s, and more)
- Develop your skills in smaller groups enabling more individual attention.
- Put your skills to the test in scrimmage play.
- Concessions will be available during a break for lunch.
- Featured guest speaker during lunch.
- Team discount for 10 or more players registered with one team.
In 2017 and 2018, Venom dominated Women’s Division I Rugby. The team finished both years by losing a hard fought match to Life West in the National Championship match. Looking to once again dominate the MAC and return to Nationals, Venom kicks off their Spring season in March 2019. View Venom’s full schedule and don’t miss a chance to watch some of the best women’s rugby in the Nation!