Bahrain Rugby Club quite simply put is historically the regions most successful rugby club bar none. Having dominated the early years of the regions competitions the club provided a majority of players to the Arabian Gulf’s teams prior to their disbandment. Now, after a few years struggling in the rugby wilderness, Bahrain RFC has committed firmly towards restoring themselves to the top of the tree having taken on professional coaching and medical support as well as recruiting players from across the globe.

Senior Men’s Rugby Training

 

 

 

 

Senior Squads 

Head Coaches: Louie Tonkin

The Bahrain RFC 1st XV and their stablemates the Firbolgs (2nd XV) both train twice a week with regular additional video analysis and fitness sessions thrown in. Training is geared towards the sides entries to the regional leagues such as the ARFU-WA Championship and ARFU-WA Top Eight Competitions as well as regional 7’s 10’s and 15s festivals and tournaments

Training is officially 7.30pm til 9.00pm on Monday and Wednesday Evenings with Video sessions and fitness sessions on an as required basis.

 

 

Veterans Rugby Squad

Head Coaches: Jim Rowark

The ‘Golden Oldies’ is a squad made up of the club’s more senior players with the official qualification being that they are over the age of 35. A club within a club the G.O’s never fail to support anything and everything going on and can be seen entering events across the region as well as touring anually. Local Rugby consists of a sequence of freindly games with visiting navy sides as well as those from across the bridge in Saudi Arabia

Like the Senior Squads training is officially 7.30pm til 9.00pm on Monday and Wednesday Evenings however this is at a far more sedate pace and often joins with the Social Touch Rugby sessions to round off

General Policies

Each Player must have completed the Clubs Sports Waiver form and paid the relevant sports fees prior to participation in any activity.