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2018 Awards Night Winners!

2018 Awards Night Winners!

The 2018 Titans Awards Night and Banquet happened on November 17th!  Congratulations to all of our award recipients! Men:     Most Improved – Zachary Zuber                 Rookie – Carter White                 Heart – Ron Silva                 2nd Forward – Derick Frost                 2nd Back – Andy Peters                 3rd Forward – Dustin Clark                 3rd Back – Kevin Hayton Women:  MVP Forward – Katie Wozney                   MVP Back – Erin McFadden                   Rookie – Jula Barfai                   Heart – Izzy St.Pierre                   Most Improved – Jasmine Pelham President Award for contributions to the club  – Haley Khatib Youth (Male and Female): Passion “For Your Contagious Love of Rugby”: Camryn Holland, Marni Giebelhaus, Zac Sanderson Respect “For Your Respect of Others”: Laeken Kinch, Hallie Fillinger, Justin Tetzlaf Discipline “For Your Unbreakable Will”: Anna Pedersen, Blair Prediger, Ben Tindall Toughness “For Your Mental and Physical Resilience”: Tessa Strom, Molly Aellen, Kaleb Deetjen Family “For Love and Care of Your Teammate”: Janelle Agot, Naomi Brunner, Spencer Maier Leadership “For Honoring Our Past and Building Our Future”:  Emily Brown, Heather Ritchie, Jada Holtkamp   TITAN...
Fall Flag Rugby!

Fall Flag Rugby!

Titans Fall Flag Rugby Grades 3-7 Wednesday’s Sept. 5 to October 3 @ Annie L Gaetz School field 5:00 – 6:15 pm CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ($60) – includes November indoor sessions TBA. Late registration...
U13/U15 Girls Season Update

U13/U15 Girls Season Update

U13/U15 Girls Overall, we had an excellent season where the girls were able to further develop their skill leading into the higher age groups and high school level. We worked on scrum and lineout techniques, in addition to allowing them the opportunity to think for themselves on the field so they are able to adapt to various rugby situations. During games, the girls were able to imply these teachings effectively and even further develop their leadership skills. In many cases when we would travel to Edmonton for our festivals, and played with less experienced teams, our Titan girls would step up and teach them some of the techniques learned in practice to create better results on the field in a game situation. As a coach, I do not count the wins or losses but look at my players development for the season. In this case, I feel all the girls demonstrated a better understanding of the game of rugby, in addition to giving them some building blocks for higher levels of competitive play if that is the route they choose to take in their rugby careers. I thoroughly look forward to what these girls can provide not only to the Titans Rugby Club, but also themselves as rugby players in the future. Thanks, Coach Ashton...
U9 Spring Season Update!

U9 Spring Season Update!

This was a great year for u9 Titans rugby. With “unofficial” score keeping we finished with a 6-0-3 record in the first 3 tournaments. There were some amazing standout plays from each and every player. This season we focused a lot on defense and moving laterally instead of chasing. “Take away their speed” was our motto. Each player grew and improved so much from day one with real passion for the game. They all played so hard, had huge runs, great passes and awesome hustle on defense. It has been an amazing time to coach all of them.  I am very proud of their Titan Up spirit! Coach Dave...

Senior Women Week 5 Update

The Titans Senior Women’s team were on the road again this weekend to face a Rams team hungry for a rematch. The ladies have been hit with the injury bug lately with five players missing the action this week and they again went to battle with a 15-person lineup! The Rams came out hard and after a couple penalties the Titans found themselves caught deep in their end. Despite a valiant defensive effort by the Titans, the Rams snuck by the try line for the first of the day. The Titans response was swift, with Emily Brown receiving the ball wide and subsequently weaving past multiple defenders for the team’s first try on the day. After the first 15 minutes however, it was the Rams ahead 14-12. The Rams lead however was short lived as the Titans dug deep, found their rhythm, and the tries started stacking up with the wide-open Titans attack exploited the opportunities. The final score 89-19. Forward of the Game was Leah Brunner for fantastic dominant tackles and slicing the defense up with her blazing speed putting a couple tries on the board while doing so. Back of the Game was Lora Lee as she orchestrated wave after wave of attacks that overwhelmed the Rams defense, including getting a try herself. In her debut in women’s rugby Emily Brown ran through, around and over the Rams defense scoring four tries on the day (three over 40 yards), setting up a couple more and subsequently received the nod from the Rams as their Player of the Match! The 5-0 Titans ladies continue to show their SW1...

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