2014 Rules of Competition
ACTRU Rules of Competition

2014 Registration Forms
2014 ARU Registration

2014 Match Result Sheet
2014 Match Result Sheet
2014 Match Result Sheet Premier Division 1st Grade Only

2014 Player Transfer Forms
Player transfers within Rugby Union must comply with the standards set by ACT&SNSW,  ARU and IRB Regulations.

Domestic Player Transfers (Within Australia)
International Transfer (Australia to Overseas)
International Transfer (Overseas to Australia)
Intra-Union Player Transfer (ACT/Monaro Club to another ACT/Monaro Club in the same calender year)

Final Series Form
The Finals Series Player Eligibility Forms include all forms required to be completed by clubs participating in finals. Player Eligibility needs to be completed for all players in the team including how many games have been played for each division and what the particular players last 5 games were. Finals Series Forms need to be completed as per divisions in the finals series for Premier and First Division (Individual Tabs).

Player Eligibility

2014 ARU Policies
The Australian Rugby Union have developed the following ARU policies to provide players, administrators and any other entities involved in Rugby an additional reference for issues, that are outside the scope of the Laws of the Game and in addition to the IRB Regulations.

These policies are divided into these 7 key areas

Code of Conduct

Occupational Health & Safety

Event Sanctioning

Illicit Drugs

Anti Doping

Age Grade/Senior Rugby

Member Protection  


Member Protection Information Officers for ACT & SNSW Rugby Union is Sam Irwin & Caitlin Ryan.
Sam can be contacted on 02 6283 8517 or s.irwin@brumbies.com.au
Caitlin can be contacted on 02 6283 8519 or c.ryan@brumbies.com.au

ARU Policies

Club Administrative Guidelines
The ARU designed a program to assist clubs which is call The Running Rugby - Club Education Program. The Running Rugby Program is specifically designed for Rugby club administrators and volunteers to assist with the administrative and operational side of running a Rugby club.

The Running Rugby Program's key learning area's

- Getting ready for another season
- Volunteers
- Effective Club Meetings and Being on a Committee
- Club Finances
- Fundraising, Sponsorship and Grants
- Rugby Services

The Running Rugby - Club Education Program

Clubs Individual Job Descriptions
Brumbies Rugby have prepared and collated the following documents to assist clubs and volunteers surround individual job descriptions associated with club rugby.


Vice President                



Director of Rugby

Sponsorship Co-ordinator

Development Officer

Media Officer

Social Co-ordinator

Volunteer Co-ordinator

Catering Officer 

Club Registrar

Ground Announcer

Ground Co-ordinator 


Head Coach

Grade Coach

Ground Marshall  


Team Manager  


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