2022 Rugby is a Drag a huge success, raises over $500 for charity! NM Brujos kick off 2022 season!
The 5th incarnation of the immensely popular Rugby is a Drag (Show!) didn't disappoint. After missing last year, the 2022 return raised over $500 for our charitable partner Casa Q. Devon "dirty" Sanchez AKA Divinity Devine took home this year's top honors, although everyone looked amazing and performed fabulously. Special thanks to this year's photographer Ted Perkins, you can check out the rest of this year's fantastic photographs on his personal Facebook page.
Our heartfelt thanks also goes out to our gracious hosts at the Black Cat Cultural Center, Emcee extraordinaire La Saviona Hunt, Brujo for life Adrian Perez, and all the local queens that helped with make up and everything else. This event truly takes a village and we couldn't have pulled it off without all of you! We can't wait to make next year's event even bigger and better!
New Mexico Brujos to kick off 2022 springs season on the road this weekend!
After a weekend of fun and folly it's time to get down to business this Saturday! The NM Brujos kick off their 2022 Rio Grande Rugby Union Spring season this Saturday as they travel to the Grand Canyon State to play Camelback Rugby. Here's hoping that a brief trip to warmer climes helps the club kick off their 2022 the right way. Go Blue!
After this trip the NM Brujos will next be in action on February 12th with a home game against Scottsdale.
Spring Practice Continues
The 2022 Rio Grande Rugby Union spring season begins this weekend and that 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: https://www.brujosrugby.com/brujos-player-health-check 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.