Newsletter #023 (30th June)

///Newsletter #023 (30th June)

Newsletter #023 (30th June)

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Class Information for Sunday 30th June at Showa Women’s University

  •  Super Ninja / 9:00a.m.-10:00a.m. – South Ground
  • Ninja / 9:00a.m.-10:30a.m – South Ground
  • Junior Samurai / 9:00a.m.-10:30a.m. – Leo Ground
  • Samurai / 10:30a.m.-12:00p.m. – Leo Ground
  • Shogun / 10:30a.m.-12:00p.m. – South Ground

Please click the link below to see the venue map and notes on what to bring and other miscellaneous items.[ Check the details of the venue and what to bring ]

Classfications-2019  [ Check the classifications-2019 ]

 

RE:Notification of SIRC AGM on Sunday 30th June

Parents are cordially invited to the SIRC AGM to be held on Sunday 30th June as follows:

  • Date: 30th Jun 2019 (Sun)
  • Time:10:40-11:40 (Session ①)
  • Place: Showa Women’s University, Headquarters BuildingVenue: 3F Large Meeting Room(大会議室)
    ※Children are not admitted to AGM but we have reserved another meeting room on the same floor where children can wait※

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Agenda:

① Brief History and background information of SIRC
② Organization, now and future
③ 2018 Financial report
④ Progress report (coaching, medical, event, international, marketing, administration office)
⑤ Membership terms
⑥ 2019 season autumn schedule
⑦ Communication channels for members
⑧ Requests for volunteers
⑨ Q&A, discussions and proposals

For those who are not able to come this time, we will hold a briefing of AGM between 12:00-13:00 (Session ②) at 3F Mid-size Meeting Room(中会議室)
※Capacity is up to 25 people and children may be admitted to enter if there is some space, or we will email you the outcome of the meeting later.

Please RSVP to event@shibuyarugby.com with your name and preferred session (① or ②)  by email, for example: I will attend the Annual General Meeting for the 1st (or 2nd) session Participant’s name: xxxxxx Preferred session: First session (or second session)

※AGM will be held even if practice must be cancelled due to rain※

Additional Note

If you wish to leave your child(ren) during Session ① please feel free to bring their own snacks and food etc however we will not take any responsibility for allergies.
There will be some activities for children run by the students of Showa Women’s University. If any of you could assist looking after children, please let us know by the above form or e-mail.We look forward to seeing you all on the day.

Hello,Duncan !

23 June Training Report

Mr. Duncan Gray, our new SIRC coach, is a PE teacher at British School in Tokyo (BST).

No wonder he knows how to get kids’ attention and make the training fun!

His training session together with Brian, BST’s principal, had kids laughing all the way under the great weather last week.

Brian’s last training session is 30th June or 7th July.

We sure will miss him.

To express our gratitude for everything he’s done for SIRC, we’re going to have a farewell party.

Please click below link if you haven’t responded yet.

[ Read more ]

Date: Monday 1 July
Venue: La Tour Shibuya Party Room (B2) 1-2-20 Higashi, Shibuya Ku Tokyo
Time: 7pm – 9pm
Cost: 3,000 yen per adult (adults only, please)
Payment at the door (sparkling/red/white wine, beer, soft drinks and finger food)
RSVP to event@shibuyarugby.com with names of attendees.

 

Introducing The New York Times Articles on Child Fund Pass It Back (PIB) 

Inspiring article in the New York Times on how ChildFund Pass It Back (PIB), an organization that pairs rugby development and “life skills” education, has helped develop women’s rugby in Laos.

[ The New York Times article is here ]

In fact, our president Koji Tokumasu, as Honorary President of Asia Rugby, and 2 SIRC girls, Bella and Renee, had the privilege of taking part in a Pass It Back event held in Tokyo back in March.

[ PIB video featuring our president is here ]

[ Bella & Renee @PIB event is here ]

The Club hopes to support such worthy causes going forward and will look into the possibility of getting involved in more PIB events in the future’.

 

 

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