The OBBRFC Winter Training Sessions will start in January. The sessions are free of charge and a great way to keep your rugby skills going until the spring. Training takes place at St. Peter High School in Orleans on Sundays throughout the winter. Come in through the back entrance of the school. Since the training takes place
The Ottawa Beavers-Banshees Rugby Football Club will be hosting its 2017 Annual General Meeting on Saturday, November 18 at 1:00pm in the basement of the Clocktower Brew Pub on Bank Street. This year’s Executive Committee will be presenting what was achieved this past season and what direction they recommend for the future of the Club. This
Oktoberfest marks the official end of the 2017 season. We would like to thank everyone for a great summer. There may be an exhibition match against the Carleton University men’s team in the late fall, but more information on that will come on an ad hoc basis (as well as any training sessions leading up
The Beavers will be taking to the pitch one last time before winter hits. On Saturday, November 11, the Senior men will be playing a friendly against the Carleton Men’s team. Out of respect for Remembrance Day, the game won’t take place until 2:30pm, which should give everyone enough time to attend the ceremonies before
On October 19, the OBBRFC helped run Canada’s first rugby event for children with special needs. Over 80 students from the Ottawa Catholic School Board came to Carleton University to participate in the event, named RugbyCAN! to showcase the inclusive values of the sport, and to demonstrate that rugby can be played by people of
The OBBRFC is pleased to announce that we will be entering the Junior Banshees into the EORU’s WHITU 7s tournament. The tournament will take place at Twin Elm on Sunday, October 1 from 9am to 3pm.