N.S.R.F.C. Hall of Fame
NSRFC is proud to announce Bobby Moran as a member of the N.S.R.F.C. Hall of Fame. Bobby Moran is a great example of what rugby means and embodies the spirit of NSRFC. A quiet, fierce competitor on the field, Bobby is one of the nicest guys off it. With his Fred Flintstone feet and ability to juke and jive his way through defenses, Bobby holds the distinction of being perhaps the most capped player in North Shore history. Thats why Bobby Moran is a N.S.R.F.C. Hall of Famer.
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NSRFC Match and Practice Schedule Set
Friday, February 14, 2020 @ 4:00pm
NSRFC Spring season schedule is set, with the first match happening on April 4th against MIT. Practice is set to start, with the first practice of the season scheduled for February 19th.
NSRFC Wishes Everyone a Happy Thanksgiving
Thursday, November 28, 2019 @ 12:00am
NSRFC wants to wish everyone a safe and Happy Thanksgiving!
We're thankful that Winter training will be starting soon so we can be back on the pitch ready for the Spring season. Check back often for updates when Winter training begins and where!.
NSRFC Hires Coach Morgan Roberts as New Head Coach!
Thursday, June 27, 2019 @ 12:00am
North Shore Rugby is pleased to announce the hiring of Morgan Roberts as new Head Coach
Morgan began playing rugby in 2001 at Boston University and went on to play with several women's clubs (North Shore Women, Portland Women, Boston Women, and Beantown Women) from 2006 through 2019. She also played for and captained the women's side of the Northeast 7's Academy from 2015-2017, and has also played 7's for the prior-mentioned women's clubs, as well as Stars and Tiger Rugby tours. She has served on several rugby executive boards in positions including Vice President, Treasurer, 7's Coordinator, 7's Selector, and Captain.
Morgan spent two years coaching Essex County Youth Rugby's Girls' U19 team, working with girls from a handful of schools and backgrounds to create a positive team culture, accepting environment, and improving the performance record for the new program. Throughout 2018 and 2019, Morgan served as assistant coach for several Elite Women's 7's teams working with highly experienced and world-class coaches and national level women's players. She is also devoting time during the summer of 2019 serving as a volunteer coach for Beantown Rugby's development and NERFU summer 7's sides.
Morgan believes that rugby is an amazing and unique outlet for men and women of all shapes, sizes, and backgrounds. She believes the sport can build confidence, teach leadership and decision-making, and develop character. Additionally, she is a firm believer in a strong, positive team culture, and the "old school" philosophy that "defense wins games."
"We feel very fortunate to have a coach of the caliber of Coach Roberts. She's a proven winner and comes highly recommended by everyone who has worked with her. We had many applicants for this position and she emerged through the interview process as the best fit to lead our rugby program into the future."
- (John Rice, President, NSRFC)
N.S.R.F.C. Hall of Fame
Tuesday, January 1, 2019 @ 12:00am
NSRFC is proud to announce Mark Swan as a member of the N.S.R.F.C. Hall of Fame. "A multidimensional badass", "Big enough to power through, agile enough to go around, and loud enough to keep everyone in line". This is what defines someone who always gave it their all, regardless of playing in the pack or as #12, as someone whom opponents feared on the pitch or strong enough to lead his teammates. Thats why Mark Swan is a N.S.R.F.C. Hall of Famer.