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Re: Local Youth and Amateur Rugby News & Info Tue Jan 27, 2015 12:05 pm  

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Hull & District Youth league have voted to remain as a Summer Season


The league season for Hull & District U12's - U15's will start on Sunday 8th March.

Primary teams will start as follows:

U6, U7, U8 - Tuesday 7th April

U9 - Wednesday 8th April

U10 - Thursday 9th April

U11 - Sunday 12th April

Good luck to all teams, but most of all enjoy your rugby

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Malet Lambert today saw off Lancashires top side, the outstanding St Peters from Wigan, by the nail biting scoreline of 5-4. Now only 2 games away from Wembley.
Due to the seeding nature of the National Cup the losers of todays match get a second bite of the cherry and I have a feeling that these 2 sides will end up meeting again..
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The Hull Wyke new clubhouse project is finally going to start.

The news was announced at our annual luncheon yesterday.

Contractors will be on site in March

http://www.pitchero.com/clubs/hullwykea ... 2920.html'

We've also gained an 80k grant for major pitch upgrades.

Great news for the club and local amateur rugby in general
Re: Local Youth and Amateur Rugby News & Info Mon Mar 02, 2015 11:17 pm  

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New season starts Sunday, This weeks fixtures now online at http://hullyouthrugbyleague.pitchero.com/fixtures.php
Re: Local Youth and Amateur Rugby News & Info Mon Mar 23, 2015 10:51 pm  

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Yorkshire Cup final day tomorrow for Malet Lambert year 7 against Temple Moor from Leeds at Belle Vue Wakefield.

(sorry to keep boring you all with it but im nervous, proud and excited!).
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Good luck to the Malet Y7 lads

also Sirius Y9's who are in plate final on same day
Re: Local Youth and Amateur Rugby News & Info Tue Mar 24, 2015 10:53 pm  

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Malet came from 12-4 down with 10 minutes remaining to run out victorious 18-12. Superb character to come back against a very good side.

The Yorkshire Cup in the cabinet, now focussing on the National Cup. 2 matches away from Wembley.
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The first under 12s Embed the Pathway session today. The lads seemed to enjoy being in that environment.

This is something that Hull and Rovers really need to buy into and get right. I spent time over the weekend with somebody with strong links and insight into the Hull, Rovers, Leeds, Wigan and Warrington youth set ups and I was taken aback by the amount of resource that the latter 3 throw at their youth compared to our 2 clubs.

I don't care what anybody says, clubs like Wyke, Wests, Easts and Skirlaugh produce players that match anybody in the country but Hull and Rovers really need to do these kids justice when they get hold of them.
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Did you go and watch?

Been to a few now and my lot did the first 14s session at KR last week and it was good and they all enjoyed it.

We're doing at lot this year between both clubs , FC tommorow night and then KR for day session weds.

I love the concept and its long overdue but a lot of coaches are sceptical

You make the point above about us producing these players , but even down to the clubs if we don't prepare them a lot of time is wasted at scholarship and academy having to go back over the basics and core skills.

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Watched for a bit but the day lasted 5 hours so mainly going off feedback from the players.

Junior coaching should all be about core skills. Our club seems to have bought into the concept and certainly all of the sides I see coached down there base their sessions on skills. I do still hear horror stories from other clubs though and undoubtedly some wont buy into the pathway.

I havnt had any dealings with Hull FC other than seeing the scouts at matches but I do know that Rovers are now coaching the successful Malet team and the other age groups down there once a week. Presumably Hull are down at Sirius. Hopefully both will find the resource to get into every school in the area regularly and really hammer home what this is about. We aint going to catch the big boys otherwise.
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