Month: February 2018

We want YOU

In today’s generation, it seems like all the attention goes to the fit fashion model type people. Well there is a place where big guys are appreciated, even coveted. That’s right, RUGBY. Penguins RFC wants YOU! We offer a community of inclusion and acceptance.We provide skill and fitness development as well as a great social network. Of course there is also spots available for the smaller lighter people as well.  Did you know the Penguins rugby football club was awarded club of the year by Alberta Rugby in 2017? Please pass this along to any friends that might be...

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Video – Lakeland Connect Sits Down with Penguins VPs to Discuss Rugby

Chad from Lakeland Connect sat down with our very own VP of Youth, Women, and Men to discuss Rugby in the local community. Check out the video below! Cold Lake Penguins RFC and HusbandChad get together to discuss 🏉 RUGBY Brought to you by Mavericks Pub and Marina Mall Value Drug Mart and Tri City Value Drug Mart!Posted by Lakeland Connect on Thursday, February 1,...

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Penguins Rugby welcoming New Members – Lakeland Connect Article

Check out the following article written up by Lakeland Connect… Link to Original Article: https://lakelandconnect.net/2018/01/24/penguins-rugby-welcoming-new-members/ Transcript: The Cold Lake Penguins Rugby club is helping spread the love of the sport with a new way to learn the fundamentals of the game. President of the club, David Brown explains that the club is hosting a series of Sunday, non-contact, information and fun play sessions to help more people get involved in the sport. “It’s indoor co-ed, touch rugby,” Brown says the goal is to make sure everyone is confident in their abilities before adding in the contact elements of the sport. Additionally, there is quite a difference when playing on a hard surface, as compared to the softer, outdoor, grass surface; which is where the club plays during the regular season. “It’s a pre-season effort. That allows fitness and skill development, at the same time, allows people who may not like the contact element to get exposure to the sport without necessarily having to dive into the deep end of the pool”. The first non-contact evening was held this past Sunday, at the Energy Centre. There will be more sessions in February and March. “Who ever shows up, we split the teams accordingly. It’s a fun-for-all, women, men, youths and different degrees,” Brown says the evenings are suited for people who have never played before to seasoned vets. Brown explains that...

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