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  1. Gerrumonside ref

    New logo with “Manchester” in it

    Seems to make sense to me for marketing reasons although it’s upsetting a few on the main forum. They reckon it’s a slight against the Manchester Rangers amateur club. What are your thoughts on it?
  2. Manchester Rangers community update and request for junior development coaching support! Over the past couple of years we've been developing RL throughout Manchester, with the view to creating a thriving RL community in the UK's sporting capital! Manchester Rangers are currently operating 2 adult teams in Divisions 2 & 4 of the North West Men's league and in the spring of this year we launched Belle Vue Bees, our first (of hopefully many) new satellite community clubs in the City, that will in time feed Manchester Rangers open age sides and more importantly go on to feed/play in the professional game. The new club are based out of Belle Vue Sports Village and on the back of a huge amount of work carried out in local high schools by our team of full time development staff, we have set up a new under 12's team. They have great numbers training and have started to work with/play against other local sides such as South Trafford Raiders, with a view to playing organised fixtures before the end of the summer. Then on Thursday 30th June 6-7pm, we are launching 2 new junior sides at Belle Vue at under 8's and under 10's, again on the back of work done in local primary schools in partnership with Salford Red Devils and the SkyTry project. With new teams, comes the need for coaching staff! We are currently working with our own players, parents and volunteers to undertake coaching qualifications, but it would be great if we could find a few knowledgeable coaches living in the Manchester Area to help us develop these new teams and mentor existing volunteers. These are exciting times for RL in Manchester and if you live in or close to Manchester and want to help us grow the game then please get in touch on here or by email - or call Matt Valentine 07801 522 320. On a side note, our 1st team are at home on Friday against Oldham St Anne's and if you're local and fancy taking in a game of RL then it'd be great to see you at the Manchester Regional Arena, Etihad Sports Complex, Manchester, M11 3FF. Website: Facebook: Rangers Twitter: BV Bees Twitter:
  3. We're piloting Rugby League 9s this Friday in Manchester, at the Manchester Regional Arena (Etihad Campus/Man City). Hopefully not only will it attract spectators from a Rugby Lague background, but also an entirely new set of spectators to the sport. As I say, it is a pilot with 6 teams from across the City of Manchester, but we hope to grow it in size over the next few years. So if you live close by, are visiting for the Grand Final or just fancy taking in a spot of nines RL, then head over on Friday for a 6.30pm start. It's £2 for adults, £1 for kids/concessions or £5 for a family. See attached leaflet for further info.
  4. We're recruiting...again! If you know of anyone who wants to make the step up to be a head coach, then please pass this on to them. They won't be expected to do the job on their own, we have more than 10 assistant coaches in the club now with varying experience and ability so they will have lots of people to help them. --- Head Coach – Under 15′s & 16's Rugby League Teams Mancunians is Manchester’s Handball and Rugby League Club. Due to continued expansion, we’d like to recruit a head coach for our under 15's and under 16's teams. We’ve recently launched an extended junior section aimed which includes under 8′s, under 10′s and under 15′s teams. This has resulted in lots of new people joining the club and we have arranged for those players eligible for U16's to play some matches this summer. This means that we're looking for an experienced coach to head up our under 15′s & U16's teams. You’ll be able to work with several enthusiastic assistant coaches to share out the workload. Typical Responsibilities: - To act as lead coach for the under 15′s & U16's teams and aid the other coaches to plan and prepare training sessions. - Work collaboratively with Club Head Coach, Team Managers and other club colleagues and co-owners. - Adhere to RFL and Mancunians Codes of Conduct and Safeguarding Policies. - Demonstrate a commitment to continued professional development and be willing to attend training. - Act in accordance with the clubs governing document and act in an appropriate manner when representing the club or coaching on the clubs behalf. - To act in the clubs best interest at all times. - To attend coaching meetings and help in the selection of teams. - Experience: Qualified to at least UKCC level 2 (or be willing to work towards). - Demonstrate an understanding of Safeguarding and Equal Opportunities. Emergency First Aid Holder (or be willing to attend training). Skills Mancunians Junior Coaches should be able to; - Motivate and lead performers, volunteers and club colleagues and be able to communicate effectively with them. - Manage time efficiently and effectively Plan fun and structured sessions that promote development. - This is a voluntary role but some expenses may be paid by prior agreement. It may be possible for the club to contribute towards the successful applicants CPD needs. We provide regular coaching support and supervision through our existing coaches and successful applicants will be encouraged to join our regular in house coaching seminars. It is a requirement that all coaches working with children undertake a Disclosure and Barring Service check. How to apply For an informal discussion about this role or to apply, please contact Stefan Hopewell, 07977 48 62 36 or email: