The U5/U6 team is set up so that kids starting reception this year (ie 2020) would move up from the Little Lions to this team.
Please wear clothes that are comfortable for running around in and is not a problem if they get dirty.
Layers are good for when it gets colder, and something waterproof for when it rains.
Given the COVID situation, it is unlikely we will have the option to train inside the club house gym this year.
The ground can get muddy and wet, so ideally something that can keep your feet dry. Some people wear football boots, but this is by no means a requirement.
Please contact the coaches for the link.
We do this via the TeamSnap app. This is used by other age groups at Esher too.
Please contact the coaches for the TeamSnap link.
Adults should wear masks. Please have hand sanitiser to use.
Please follow general COVID related guidelines.
For sure. Please contact Monika or Steve, the two main coordinators.
Training generally has 6 parts:
- Run & Score
- Catch & Pass
- Coordination & Team Game
- Fun Games
£56 per term, £16 per additional child. If you have a child in an older Esher Rugby age group, then your Little Lions child qualifies for the additional child fee.
For the time being, registration is done via a PDF/DOC form, so please request the coaches to send it to you via email.
Autumn term is September to December, Winter term January to March.
If you have any pictures from training sessions of your kids only that you would be happy to have posted on the website, please send through.
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By no means any requirement, but for anyone who is keen to kit out either the kids or adults in Esher Rugby gear, there are some great options.
A size guide is available, but I anticipate most kids would have the 22" or 24" chest shirts. Please see the options labelled "Junior". Shop Here