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Two More Weeks of Indoor Training!

Tuesday, April 3rd, 2018

Where:
St Mary Elementary School
20 Portugal Square (by Queen and Bathurst)

When:
Tuesday, April 3: Women 6:30–7:55, Men 8–9:30
Tuesday, April 10: Men 6:30–7:55, Women 8–9:30 

Cost:
 $8/session
(Free for first-timers who have never trained with the Nomads before.)

 

Never been to indoor training before? Just wear athletic clothes like you’d wear to go workout at a gym (so running shoes) and bring some water.

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Senior Indoor Training begins February 13

Thursday, January 25th, 2018

It’s time to shake off the winter cobwebs and get back into rugby with indoor training sessions every Tuesday from February 13–April 10!

Where:
St Mary Elementary School
20 Portugal Square (by Queen and Bathurst)

When:
Every Tuesday From February 13 until April 10th.
Men and women to alternate time slots every week.

Cost:
$40 upfront or $8/session*
(Save $24 over the 8 weeks by paying upfront.)

Feb 13: Men 6:30–7:55, Women 8–9:30
Feb 20: Women 6:30–7:55, Men 8–9:30
Feb 27: Men 6:30–7:55, Women 8–9:30
Mar 6: Women 6:30–7:55, Men 8–9:30
Mar 13: Men 6:30–7:55, Women 8–9:30
Mar 20: Women 6:30–7:55, Men 8–9:30
Mar 27: Men 6:30–7:55, Women 8–9:30
April 3: Women 6:30–7:55, Men 8–9:30
April 10: Men 6:30–7:55, Women 8–9:30

*Free for first-timers who have never trained with the Nomads before.

 

Never been to indoor training before? Just wear athletic clothes like you’d wear to go workout at a gym (so running shoes) and bring some water.

Nomads Awards Banquet: November 11

Sunday, October 15th, 2017

Join us for the Nomads’ swankiest event of the season, where we wash off the mud and celebrate a season of awesome effort on the pitch, with awards, dinner and dancing! Purchase your tickets, here.

The Saturday, November 11 event will be hosted at Whistler’s. Doors open at 6:00 p.m. for cocktail hour, with dinner served at 7:30 p.m.

Adult ticket includes:
• Caesar Salad
• Choice of: NY Strip Steak, Ricotta Spinach–Stuffed Chicken or Mediterranean Pasta (veg)
• Lindt Chocolate Tartufo
• Wine on the table
• 1 Drink ticket for cocktail hour

Junior ticket includes:
• Caesar Salad
• Choice of: NY Strip Steak, Roasted Chicken or Mediterranean Pasta (veg)
• Tartufo
• Pop

Early Bird Adult Tickets are $70 and are on sale now and will be available until midnight, October 31.

Regular Adult Tickets are $80 and will go on sale on November 1, and remain available until November 10 at 6:00 p.m.

Tickets for registered Juniors are half priced ($20), any additional Child Tickets are $40.00. Everyone MUST purchase tickets online in order to reserve your seat, and choose your meal. Sale of Junior/Child tickets ends November 10.

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McCormick Cup

Tuesday, September 26th, 2017

What better way to make your 1st XV debut start than in the McCormick Cup against The Beach. Well played Matt Ackers and a lovely little wrap pass to Eddie for our opening try.

This coming weekend, the Nomads men will travel to Ottawa to take on Bytown Blues.

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Despite great efforts on the pitch, Nomads fell 50-10 to The Beach on the McCormick Cup’s opening weekend.

Nomads Fall Events Reminder

Monday, September 18th, 2017

EDIT: Quick AGM update… Due to scheduling conflicts with Mag 7s, we will be pushing the AGM to December. We will be planning a Christmas pub crawl following the AGM so stay tuned for details!

 

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Club Apology to Barrie RFC

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

This morning I had the unfortunate task of issuing an apology on behalf of the Nomads to our friends at Barrie RFC.

On Saturday during the men’s 1st XV game, some of our support unfortunately crossed the line from friendly and supportive to nasty and vindictive.

It should be noted that the reports of the poor behaviour came from fellow Nomads and not the opposition.

In particular, with an opposition player injured, some of our sideline support made inappropriate comments to both that player and the opposition generally. This is absolutely not in the spirit of rugby.

Passion and compassion should characterize all Nomads both on and off the field. We are proudly competitive and highly respectful of the teams we play against. The whole rugby community is a small, tight-knit one, filled with great people who have a love of our sport. Let’s never lose sight of that.

Let us also never lose sight of the fact that all players who wear the Nomad jersey do so with great pride. It is incumbent on all of us as supporters to match that pride and integrity from the sidelines or stands.

I will say that this is the first time in my tenure that I have had to apologize for something such as this, and so I am confident that this was an isolated incident.

The Nomads is a proud rugby club with a fantastic group of people associated with it. I urge all of us to look inwardly and recognize the difference between passionately supporting our club and behaving disrespectfully and rudely to others.

Thank you all for your continued support and dedication.

President Steve Darley