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Rounding out July!

Rounding out July!

Another rugby day has come and gone! The U13 boys played a Bronze medal match against St. Albert.  After a tie game at full time, the match headed into overtime where our Titans took away the last minute win!  Big congrats to those boys for finishing 3rd in the province! The U15 boys faced off against the Edmonton Druids in their Provincial Final match up.  The Druids were a big team with lots of skill, and after being tied at half time, ended in a heart breaking 35 – 10 loss.  The Druids ended up being the better team on the day.  Great season for these boys, second in the province!  PICTURES thanks to Audrey!  More pictures thanks to Lisa!  And more pictures! The Titans Senior men played the Canucks in a 3rd division match up and came away with a 55 – 7 win. And the Senior Women traveled all the way to Lethbridge shorthanded, and played 2 people down for most of the match.  Even though they lost, it takes a lot of heart to travel great distances with short numbers to play rugby, so a big TITAN UP out to them! The Titans U18 boys rounded out the day on our home turf with a 48 – 12 win against the traveling Calgary Saracens! (Featured photo!) Another great rugby weekend!  Coming up is the U18 boys and girls have matches coming up on Wednesday at Titans field, the Senior women play on August 6th at home, and the men play Friday August 12, also at home. TITAN...
U15s Going to the ‘ship!

U15s Going to the ‘ship!

Wednesday Night July 20 – Titans U15 boys continue their unbeaten streak with a gut wrenching come from behind victory against the Hornets in Calgary, unofficial score 36 – 19.  This puts the U15s on a collision course with the ERU powerhouse Druids U15s, who have also had an undefeated season of their own.  This is one Provincial show down everyone is going to want to see! Also playing that same night were the Titans Senior Women, they dropped a close one against the Saracens in Calgary, losing by only a couple of trys. Coming up on Saturday – Titans U13 and U15 boys facing off in Provincial final matches (1:45pm for both) @ CRU, Titans Senior Men play the Canucks at noon @ CRU, the Titans Senior Women travel to Lethbridge for a noon kickoff, and the Titans U18 Boys are being tested against the Saracens at 430pm in Red Deer! TITAN...
Mid July Results – Playoffs, Exhibitions, and Summer Rugby

Mid July Results – Playoffs, Exhibitions, and Summer Rugby

It’s been a busy summer since the kids got out of school!  The July long weekend features the Alberta Regional Competition, featuring regional teams from all over Alberta and a few from Saskatchewan!  Titans sent several Central Alberta representative teams including U16 boys and girls and U18 boys and girls.  Of particular note were the U18 boys finishing second in the standings!  Great work by all athletes and coaches! After the ARC, a large number of Central Alberta Titans Elite athletes were selected to represent Alberta.  See the Rugby Alberta Facebook page for more details! July 5th featured that big exhibition game between the Titans Senior Men and the Outback Barbarians from Australia.  After competing very well for most of the match, the superior accents of the Aussies won out as they cruised to a 54 – 7 victory.  After which they cheated in the boat races, but that’s another story for another time! Monday July 11th the U15 boys laced up for their first playoff game against the Canucks and came away with the WIN 27 – 12. July 12 featured another exhibition game between the Titans Senior men and the RAPTC Royal British Army trainers.  This match was a tough test for the Titans men, and in the end the RAPTC came away with a hard fought win 27 – 17.  Pictures of the match courtesy Audrey! Saturday July 16th featured several matches: Our U13 boys advanced to the Provincial Finals with wins in the Calgary City finals! The U18 girls had a HUGE win over the Hornets 54 – 12 The U18 boys lost a close...
U13 and U15 Boys on to Playoffs, other weekend wins

U13 and U15 Boys on to Playoffs, other weekend wins

Another rugby update from this past weekend. The Titans Senior Men opened things with a Friday evening match against the Rams.  The Rams are a large club and did not disappoint, our men struggled for the first half.  But, they found their groove and came away with a 38 – 12 win. Saturday was a big rugby day at Irish field.  The U13 boys started off at noon against the Saints, but unfortunately were not able to come away with the win despite a huge comeback push. The U15 boys faced the Saints right after, and dominated the match with a 61 – 0 victory, finishing the season schedule undefeated.  Lots of pictures thanks to Audrey and Lisa! Both the U13 and U15 boys will see some playoff games in a few weeks time! The Titans Senior Women played a rainy match against the Saracens, winning 55 – 12.  And on Sunday you can find many of them down at Sobeys running a car wash and BBQ. Coming up over the next week weeks: Titans Elite/Central Alberta U16 and U18 boys and girls are attending the ARC in Calgary next weekend July 1/2. Titans Men have a few exhibition matches on home turf July 5th and July 12, both 730pm kickoff Calgary Stampede 7s coming up on July 9th TITAN...
Titans Men to play “Friendly” against the RAPTC RFC

Titans Men to play “Friendly” against the RAPTC RFC

Our Titans Senior men will be playing a friendly against the RAPTC RFC on July 12, 7:30pm kick off at Titans Rugby Park.  Below is a blurb about the RAPTC. Good luck boys, TITAN UP!! Royal Army Physical Training Corps Rugby Football Club  (RAPTC RFC) Bio:  RAPTC British Army – The RAPTC was formed in 1860 as the Army Gymnastic Staff. It was renamed the Army Physical Training Staff in 1918 and was given its present corps status by Army Order 165 in 1940. In November 2010 Her Majesty The Queen approved that the Army Physical Training Corps be re-titled The Royal Army Physical Training Corps. Based at the Army School of Physical Training (ASPT) in Aldershot, its instructors are attached to every battalion and regiment in the British Army. It is not possible to join the RAPTC directly from civilian life. Prospective PTIs must first join another regiment or corps and then qualify as Regimental All Arms Physical Training Instructor (AAPTI) after an 8 week course at the ASPT. They then return to their own unit and only after further experience can they attend selection for the RAPTC. If they pass the selection course they follow a 30-week intensive training course before qualifying as an RAPTCI and transferring to the RAPTC. Olympic medallist Kriss Akabusi was a Warrant Officer Class 2 in the RAPTC and Kelly Holmes a qualified PTI. Bio: RAPTC RFC – The RAPTC RFC play rugby within the British Armed Forces (Army) Merit League 2, many of the players are affiliated to civilian clubs from around the local committees, when not on Military Duty. With one...

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