“We want to open up these indoor training sessions to kids, adults, anybody that wants to come toss the rugby ball around, run some drills and get a feel for rugby,” Dorgan said.
“We never turn anybody away that’s interested in rugby.”
Dorgan added the weekly sessions allow athletes an opportunity to try out the sport in a controlled setting.
For first-time participants, the event is free to attend, but subsequent visits come at a $5 drop-in fee each week.
Dorgan said there isn’t much cost involved with being a rugby player, just shoes, shorts, a T-shirt and the willingness to compete in a fun and fast-paced sport.
“We just want to grow rugby in Airdrie,” Dorgan said.
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