Rugby has a long and storied tradition of sportsmanship, camaraderie, and competitive rugby spirit in Alberta, and in Leduc. The Patty Wilson Rugby Clubhouse has served host to countless community activities, club tournaments, and private functions for decades. We are proud to continue in the tradition established by our founding members, and look forward to further improve our club, having fun playing the sport we love.
The L.A. Crude Rugby club currently has two men’s teams playing in the second and third divisions of the Edmonton rugby union. Between these two teams and over many years they have won multiple championships. We are continually trying to improve and expand our teams through new and experienced players. LA Crude welcome all who enjoy the game and also would like to invite those who want to try it for the first time. Trainings run (indoor) starting in January and (outdoor) every week Tuesday and Thursday beginning at the start of March till early October.
The L.A. Crude rugby program is pleased to have their Senior women’s rugby team return full time after a very successful and competitive 2016 rugby season. The women share a strong team bond on the field which continues into lifelong friendships off of the field. This is not your ordinary women’s rugby program. We foster a highly competitive rugby and team environment and are extremely welcoming to any and all new comers to the sport and our rugby family.
The L.A. Crude Rugby club supports boys and girls junior programs in the city of Leduc. Divisions change yearly depending on support. Launching Crude mini/junior programs for all levels. (U-5 up to U-21) If you are a mini/junior rugby player or parent who is passionate about rugby please get in touch with our female or male junior representatives. The L.A. Crude Rugby club are and will always be the junior player’s biggest rugby fans. Look forward to seeing you out on the pitch.
For more information on our Juniors program including pricing read the link below
“It’s not about rugby, it’s about young men. It’s not about building a championship team; it’s about building championship boys. Boys who will be forever strong.” Larry Gelwix