|Community Game Update Read Online|
| Pitch side Care for 2023-2024 – Changes to Regulation 9|
Last week Council voted in favour of changes to Regulation 9. From the 22/23 season all age grade contact matches and training sessions will require a level of pitch-side first aid that aligns with the RFU’s Pitch-side First Aid & Immediate Care Standards or a level determined by a club’s specific risk assessment. Similar changes will come into place for the adult game in 23/24. You can read an overview as well as a detailed guide here.
Age Grade Regulation Changes
The 2022-2023 season will see some changes in Regulations for the age grade game. We have included an overview of the areas the changes will affect, with a detailed Age Grade Changes document to follow.
Code of Conduct
We are committed to the ongoing promotion of all rugby participants welfare. Everyone is entitled to feel safe and protected from any form of abuse or neglect and has the right to take part in rugby in a safe, respectful and enjoyable environment. For this reason we have created a code of conduct template for clubs to use as they wish.
Promotion and Relegation for Men’s and Women’s Community Game
Following Friday 17 June’s Council Meeting, promotion and relegation has been agreed for both the men’s (National 1 and below) and women’s (Championship and below) community game. You can find out how many teams will go up and down per league here.
RFU 2022 Hybrid Annual General Meeting
Friday 17 June saw the RFU annual AGM take place at which New Board and Presidential roles were ratified. You can watch back the meeting or read more about it in this article.