Hunter's Ale House Mudmen RFC 2013 2nd in Div 1 and Div 3 Champions 2012 & 2011 Nova Scotia Rugby Union Champs 2012 & 2011 Maritime 2nd Division Champs
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Ongoing RegistrationFirst Games of the season are on the 28th Come out and introduce yourself at our practices Tuesdays and Thursdays at Stone Park School in the "bowl" 6:30pm Men's Div 1 and 2Women's Exhibition team. Register online through our shop to ensure your place!
Posted Jun 7, 2014, 8:52 PM by Nathan Zwicker
Mudmen: 2014 Men and Women's RegistrationHey there boys and girls,Registration will take place on May 10th from 1-3 at Hunter'sDues for this year including Rugby Canada insurance will be $300 for Vets $250 for students and new playersWith a free practice ball going to players who register in full online or at Hunter's on the 10th. Spare gear will be on sale then.There's 2 Fridays before then so save your pennies. pay online http://www.mudmenrugby.com/shopThere is a poster below (pdf) and it would be appreciated if you'll help put some up where you hangout.
Posted Apr 30, 2014, 6:57 AM by Nathan Zwicker
Merry ChristmasIt has been a busy year for the Mudmen as we expanded into the 3rd division and moved into the first division. 1st Div gave us a challenge and we had both good and bad outings, but most importantly we competed and placed second in the division. Our 3rd Div did us proud as we rose to the top of the ranks and never looked back. Second Div here we go. Thank you to all our sponsors, players, coaches, volunteers and fans who have supported us each step along the wayMerry Christmas and see you in 2014
Posted Dec 20, 2013, 11:01 AM by Nathan Zwicker
Practices start May 2ndMay 2nd at Stone Park School in Charlottetown 6:30 pm
Posted May 2, 2013, 1:20 PM by Nathan Zwicker
Changes afoot for P.E.I. Mudmen rugby club this season (Guardian article)Changes are afoot for the P.E.I. Mudmen rugby club in this anniversary season as the new Maritime Elite League kicks off 2013.And Phil Gallant, club president organizer and player, says bring it on.“We’re moving up,” Gallant said of the club, which is celebrating its 15th year. “There’s not a drastic change in the calibre (from team to team). Every game we’re playing a strong team.” see full article athttp://www.theguardian.pe.ca/Sports/2013-04-26/article-3228863/Changes-afoot-for-P.E.I.-Mudmen-rugby-club-this-season/1
Posted Apr 27, 2013, 2:59 AM by Nathan Zwicker