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Grow The Game

Bring Your Game 2023

Grow The Game

Club Events

Rugby For Life is supporting the local rugby clubs through Tai Tokerau to 'Bring Your Game' for the 2023 season.

Club are currently registering players, (junior & seniors, mens & womens) and volunteers (coaches, managers, referees & those who help the club) for the new season. The map below shows club registration/muster days around Northland. Click on the map pin closet to you to find out where and when their events are.

Map Key: Blue: Future Events Yellow: Past Events.  All events includes club contact details.

Local Events

Grow The Game Events

Register for a club


If you're interested in getting involved in club rugby in Northland this season as a Junior, Senior, or Volunteer click on the links below and register now!


Junior Registrations - Learn more here
Senior Registrations - Learn more here
Keen to help out your club and Volunteer - Learn more here

About Grow The Game

Northland Rugby Union, in conjunction with Rugby For Life, are bringing back Grow The Game for the 2023 Northland club rugby Season. 'Bring Your Game' aims to increase registrations for clubs across Juniors, Seniors, and Volunteers. Giving Rugby back to the community. 

Grow The Game is a region wide digital campaign that collaborates with clubs to organise community events with the goal of getting more people involved in all aspects of rugby – including players, volunteers, coaches, administrators and referees. The 2023 Bring Your Game campaign, has been built upon by the successful trial to grow junior rugby in 2022.

“This programme is a game changer for our clubs and rugby community for 2023. We are working with our partner Rugby for Life to deliver the programme to boost participation in the game and our clubs’ connections to their communities. We had the guts to trial this in 2022 during a really difficult time and made the decision to invest more resources to support our local clubs to get more people involved and participating in all levels of rugby” says Andrew Ritchie, Chair at Northland Rugby Union.