Rugby NorCal Girls program is one of the strongest in the country. It boasts 4 Nationally ranked teams. Here are the results of the 2016 Club Nationals held on the Central Washington Universty campus.

2016 Champions, Sacramento Amazons

Amazons Website!

4th Place, Pleasanton Cavaliers

Cavaliers Website!

5th Place,
Lady Oaks

Oaks Website!

9th Place,
Land Park Harlequins

Land Park Website!

Who's Invited?

Any and all High School
Ladies Rugby Teams in the World!


March 11, 2017


Robertson Park, Livermore, CA


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Robertson Park, Livermore, CA

High School Schedule

Middle School Schedule

Pleasanton Cavaliers


Cavaliers Rugby is committed to develop the community-accepted traits of responsibility, compassion, self-discipline, honesty, respect, and integrity through the sport of rugby, regardless of ability. Founded in 2009, our club has grown each year as youth players and their familes come to realize the benefits that the sport of rugby provides. These benefits include:

  • Fun
  • Fitness
  • Teamwork
  • The chance to play a new sport, the 2nd most team popular sport in the world
  • The opportunity to play rugby against the best youth competition in the USA
  • College scholarship opportunities
As an all volunteer organization, the Pleasanton Cavaliers welcome those interested in getting involved with our club. We have a wide variety of volunteer opportunities available, most requiring no rugby experience whatsoever. For those interested in giving back to the youth of our community, please contact us at:

Danville Oaks

About the Oaks

The Danville Oaks Rugby Club's mission is to provide youth in the Tri-Valley qualified instruction in rugby fundamentals and to engender a life-long love of the sport. Teams of varying levels of competition, from recreational (everyone welcome, all play in games) to highly competitive (highest-skilled players selected to play in games) are offered. Play becomes more competitive as players advance in age and ability. Special attention is given to character development, including community service.
The Danville Oaks Rugby Football Club consists of six age groups from U8’s to High School Varsity. Players are trained in the techniques and strategies required for playing the game of Rugby with the objective of building a solid, fun, competitive base to prepare young athletes for all of their current and future endeavors. The essential features of Rugby, good sportsmanship and fair play, are key components of the program. Players are given the opportunity to reach their full potential in a fun environment, irrespective of size, body shape or ability.
Rugby training begins in December on Saturdays and is increased to two nights a week in January through March for U8, U10, U12 and MS with games on Saturdays and Sundays. High School teams typically practice three nights a week from December through May, with games on Saturdays and Sundays. The Oaks take a break for the Holidays in late December/early January.


USA Rugby

Founded in 1975, USA Rugby is the national governing body for the sport of rugby in America, and a Full Sport Member of the United States Olympic Committee (USOC) and World Rugby.
Currently headquartered in Lafayette, Colorado, USA Rugby is charged with developing the game on all levels and has over 115,000 active members. USA Rugby oversees four national teams, multiple collegiate and high school All-American sides, and an emerging Olympic development pathway for elite athletes.
USA Rugby is governed by a nine member Board of Directors, a Congress representing the membership and a professional staff headed by a CEO.
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Rugby NorCal Girls

At Rugby NorCal, we strive to make every person's experience unique, and enjoyable, our Mission and Vision Statements are as follows:
To serve the Membership by promoting enjoyment of rugby for all, preserving the image and history of rugby, and developing all aspects of the sport, focusing on player safety, to enable rugby to be a recognized presence in Northern California.
Preparing our youth to be positive and productive members of society, utilizing rugby as a vehicle to learn life’s lessons, foster personal development, and build character.
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The Breakdown


Jackie Finlan

The Rugby Breakdown formed in January 2016 after the need for regular, dedicated women's rugby news became palpable. The goal is to produce and circulate original news, covering everything between girls high school rugby and the U.S. Women's National Team, for the benefit and enjoyment of women's rugby fans around the country.