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Updated: Nov 9, 2021

“We understand that loving the game of rugby means enjoying time spend with friends and family by participating in sport and being healthy”

1. Tactical Capabilities

2. Physical Capabilities

3. Psychological Capabilities

4. Technical Capabilities

Standing at the crossroad? Take the RSD PATHWAY.

If your school or child is not yet involved in the evolutionary RSD Rugby Pathway… then your time is now. This is where the journey begins!

RSD Rugby offer children from the age of 3 years this wonderful, fun and safe way of learning the skills required for playing rugby. Learning important developmental skills and how to be safe when participating in sport is contributing to the successful outcome of the RSD program.

How does the RSD program contribute to the child's development

Sport requires memorization, repetition and learning – skillsets, that are directly relevant to class work. The determination and goal-setting skills that are acquired through the RSD program can be transferred to the classroom, thus less children with learning disabilities. The RSD program teaches the child how to adopt and integrate into a team environment. Working towards a common goal with co-players and coaches, teaches building a collective team synergy and effectively communicate the best way to solve problems.

"Rugby is ourgame and children our passion!"

How to get involved:

Visit the RSD website at for more information or contact us as per contact details herewith. Schools interested in getting involved in the RSD program can contact the RSD office in your region, to arrange for a demonstration session at your school or to arrange a meeting for further discussion. We are looking forward to introduce the RSD program to your school.



Contact Nr: 012 941-0199


Contact nr: 012 941-0199

Step 1:

RSD Grassroots Rugby Development (Rugby development from the age of 3+

The RSD Program forms the foundation of the RSD pathway. Youth Rugby development from grassroots level. Development of physical fitness, strength and co-ordination. Development of skills, early exposure to correct rugby skills and techniques. Important life skills and the importance of a healthy lifestyle. Ethical and moral sense development through learning and playing by rules. Social skills, sportsmanship and co-ordination. Functioning in a team sport. Healthy sense of competition and motivation. Self-esteem and self-worth are established and maintained. Provided in the safe environment of the school.

Step 2:

RSD Youth Rugby Clubs – Youth Rugby Development, Tournaments, Invitations to talent training clinics, Scouting

Step 3:

UXI Rugby Institutes – Rugby, Study (Sport, Technical, Agriculture NQF level

4/5), bursaries, scouting.

Step 4:

Rugby Unions – Professional Rugby

Step 5:

Career opportunities within the RSD structures – Sport.

“We plan big things for tomorrow in spite of zero knowledge of the future. That is confidence. That is RSD RUGBY”

Today’s Kids, Tomorrow’s Future!

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