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Moray Rugby Club


Senior Squads Training
6:30pm each Tuesday/Thursday
U13/U14 Training
6:30pm each Tuesday
MRFC Annual Dinner
7:30pm on 27th April 2018
Tartan Touch
6:30pm on 1st May 2018

MRFC Calendar

Photo Gallery

Junior Section

Child Protection


Everyone working in Rugby Union has a role to play in safeguarding the welfare of young people under the age of 18 playing youth rugby and preventing abuse of youth players. The welfare of youth players is paramount and all youth players under 18, whatever their age, culture, disability, religious belief or sexual identity, have the right to protection from abuse.


All adult members, youth rugby coaches and other youth rugby volunteers of Moray Rugby Club may have contact with youth members of the Club and can be an important link in identifying cases where a youth player may need protection.

The Club has both a moral and legal obligation to ensure that it provides youth players with the highest possible standard of care when they are involved in Club activities. The Club recognises it has a responsibility:

  • To safeguard and promote the interests and well-being of youth players in rugby.
  • To take all reasonable practical steps to protect youth players from harm, discrimination, or degrading treatment.
  • To respect the rights, wishes and feelings of youth players.

As a result, the Club is committed to a policy of child protection procedures that will ensure viable safeguards to youth players, coaches, volunteers and Club members by establishing proper recruitment, provision of support, and appropriate training.

All youth rugby coaches at the Club will be subject to vetting by Disclosure Scotland. The Clubís Child Protection Policy and any other related documents will be posted on the Clubís website. The codes and policies may be amended from time to time by the Club.

All youth rugby coaches and other youth rugby volunteers involved at the Club are required to familiarise themselves with the Clubís Child Protection Policy and abide by it.

Allegations of a breach of the Clubís Child Protection Policy will be investigated in accordance with SRU disciplinary procedures.

SRU Child Welfare Policy

SRU Disciplinary Procedures

The Club'S Child Protection Policy

The details of the Clubís Child Protection Policy are:

  • The Club recognises the value of working closely in partnership with youth coaches, parents, professionals and volunteers to protect its youth players from harm and discrimination.
  • The Club acknowledges that abuse does take place in sport and that raising awareness and understanding of the main forms of abuse and establishing communication and reporting procedures if abuse is suspected within the Club will further safeguard youth players, youth rugby coaches, youth rugby volunteers and all others working within the game of rugby.
  • A Welfare Officer/ Child Protection Officer has been appointed to act as the first point of contact for concerns about the welfare of youth players within the Club.
  • The Club accepts that all officers and committee members have a responsibility in respect of child protection and is prepared to respond to any indication of poor practice or abuse in line with SRU policy and to put in place structures and systems to ensure that this is followed in practice.
  • The Club has adopted a Code of Conduct for Youth Rugby Coaches and will implement and enforce its terms. The Club will introduce from time to time other codes or policies relating to its youth players. All codes and policies will be posted on the Clubís website and will be subject to amendment.
  • All youth rugby coaches will be subject to vetting by Disclosure Scotland
  • All suspicions and allegations of abuse will be taken seriously and responded to swiftly and appropriately.
  • The Club acknowledges that appropriate training will enable individuals within the Club to recognise their responsibilities with regard to their own good practice and the reporting of poor practice or concerns of possible abuse. All the Clubís coaches working with youth players will be expected to complete an appropriate SRU coaching and refereeing course. Other youth rugby volunteers will be encouraged to seek appropriate training to assist them in the conduct of their role at the Club.
  • The Club will encourage youth rugby coaches and youth rugby volunteers to stay up-to-date with rugby, coaching, and child protection issues.
  • The Club will keep written records of Club membership, including parental details, known medical issues and record all accidents.
  • The Club will promote fair play and playing within the spirit of the Laws of the Game and the letter of the Continuum.

Caledonia 2 North

(2018/19 Results)
Highland 2nd XV 10 48
Mackie 10 38
Garioch 8 33
North Police 11 33
Ab'deen Gram 2nd XV 10 22
Ross Sutherland 10 22
Moray 10 11
Banff 10 8
RAF Lossiemouth 11 3

Last 1st XV Game

1st XV Season (2018/19)
Highland 2nd XV 48 - 15 Moray
16th Feb 19 - KO: 12:00
Venue: Canal Park

Next 1st XV Game

1st XV Season (2018/19)
RAF Lossiemouth vs Moray
23rd Feb 19 - KO: 15:00
Venue: RAF Lossiemouth
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Caledonia 4 North

(2018/19 2nd XV Results)
Peterhead 7 30
Fraserburgh 7 17
Dyce 7 17
Inverness CD 8 14
Deeside 7 13
Ab'deen Wdrs 2nd XV 0 0

Last 2nd XV Game

2nd XV Season (2017/18)
Inverness CD 48 - 10 Moray 2nd XV
12th May 18 - KO: 15:00
Venue: Canal Park

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