Thank you for visiting the Howard County Hurricanes Rugby website.
We have been around since 1998 and offer rugby opportunities for players from ages
6 to 18. The younger players play a co-ed, two-hand touch version of the game that allows
them to develop rugby skills and an understanding of the game without the concern of
contact. The older players engage in full contact tackle rugby.
I think we offer a truly unique sports experience that will challenge the players both
physically and mentally (yes-rugby is a thinking game) while having a lot of fun in
the process. We are fortunate to have a great group of kids and parents participating
throughout the years and look forward to growing our program.
The 2018 season will begin on Tuesday June 5th.
Practices are held Tuesdays and Thursdays at 6:30PM at the fields behind the East Branch of the Columbia Library. Games are scheduled for Saturday mornings and some Thursdays in lieu of practice. We are members of the Maryland Rugby SBO and play other touch and tackle rugby teams from around the Maryland/DC area.
You can register today by visiting the Howard County Recs and Parks website and search “rugby”:
Or click on the direct links by age group below:
We will hold practice Tuesdays and Thursday at ECL 6:30-8:00pm.
Check inclement weather line if necessary: (410) 313-4456
Location: East Columbia Library Fields
Hurricanes at Washington - arrive by 9:00am
9:30 - U-7/U-9 Washington vs. HC (four periods - half field)
9:30 - U-11 Washington vs. HC (four periods - half field)
10:30 - U-15 Washington vs. HC (four periods - whole field)
9:30 U-13 - Washington vs. HC (two periods)
10:00 - HC vs. Raymond (two periods)
10:30 - Washington vs. Raymond (two periods)
John Burroughs Education Campus
1820 Monroe St. NE
Washington, DC 20018
Please either park in the parking lot of school, or on the field side of the street. All of Newton St between 18th and 20th will be blocked off for the block party the entire day. Please park on 20th st and other available street parking close to the field. We get in trouble with the community if folks park directly
in front of residents' homes.