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2022 Referee Training Course this Saturday! Atomic Sisters win! NM Brujos Spring Practice Continues!

This Saturday, February 5th, the Rio Grande chapter of the Southwest Rugby Referee Society and our friends at Albuquerque Youth Rugby United will be hosting the 2022 Referee Training Course. The course will take place from 8;30 to around 3 at Jerry Cline Park at 7001 Constitution Ave NE, Albuquerque NM 87110. Be sure to wear comfortable clothes. There will be exercises and drills for hands on learning. This helpful video provides more information on how to preregister.

Refs are a hugely important part of our game so if you've ever wanted to try it out, or maybe want to shift from player to official, this is your chance!


Atomic Sisters notch first win of the season in Vegas!

Unfortunately the New Mexico Brujos match in Arizona last weekend didn't go off as planned, but another great ABQ did notch an important road win just up the highway. Our good friends the Atomic Sisters opened their 2022 Spring campaign with a road win vs the Vegas Storm. The sisters will try and continue their winning ways next on February when they play on the road again at the OP Lightning. way to make ABQ proud Sisters!


NM Brujos Spring Practice Continues

As mentioned above, the NM Brujos didn't get to open their 2022 Spring season last Saturday in Arizona as planned. This mean the club will kick off their season on February 12th against Scottsdale. This means it's more important than ever to get to practice! NM Brujos practice is every Tuesday and Thursday at 6 PM at Johnson Field.

New Players are always welcome!

All practices will follow strict covid safe and social distancing guidelines, and individuals can opt out of any drill or exercise as they see fit. Please bring cleats, water and a mask, and please fill out the health check form on the webpage: before every practice! This is important as the safer and more transparent we are as a team, the sooner we get to things going back to normal or something resembling normal. We are all in this together, so let's return to rugby safe and smart.


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