×

Warning

JUser: :_load: Unable to load user with ID: 711

Menu

County Championships

England Counties Hon. Head Coach

 

 

England Counties are seeking to appoint an honorary Head Coach. The successful applicant will be appointed for the 19/20 programme (tour to Romania in June 2020)

ROLE DESCRIPTION

REPORTS TO:
Honorary Team Manager, England Counties XV.

KEY RELATIONSHIPS:
England Counties Management Team, RFU staff, CB and National League club managers and coaches.

NATURE & SCOPE OF JOB:
The post-holder will lead the coaching team and planning of the coaching programme to provide a positive and successful playing environment. Provide high quality coaching to community rugby-based players to enable them to perform at their optimum level whilst enhancing the County Championship and club rugby.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Ensure the RFU’s objectives are achieved for the England Counties XV by leading the preparation of the team’s coaching programme to develop the skills and understanding of the players.
• Lead the coaching and manage the contribution of the coaching staff to ensure the players receive the highest quality coaching, preparation and feedback.
• Work in conjunction with the Team Manager to facilitate the selection of players from Constituent Bodies in an objective manner.
• Evaluate all coaching sessions and games with the coaching team and players.
• Provide constructive feedback to players to enable them to continue with their development beyond England Counties.
• Attend the meetings of the National Delivery Team.
• Participate in an annual review of performance and commit to personal development.
• Ensure that the coaching and playing squad present themselves as ambassadors for the Rugby Football Union and act within accordance of the Core Values of the sport.
• Work with the Management team to ensure successful experiences for all members of the squad, including upholding any Code of Conduct, together with promoting rugby in hosting countries.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND QUALITIES
• Hold a minimum of an RFU / UKCC Level 3 Coaching Qualification or its recognised equivalent.
• Demonstrates a track record of personal coach development.
• Articulates and delivers a clear playing and coaching philosophy that is in accordance with the objectives of the programme.
• Self-motivated, committed and enthusiastic about coaching rugby union.
• Has significant experience of coaching adults at Club and CB level.
• Is strongly biased towards a Player Centred approach to coaching.
• Creates an environment that balances player development with team performance.
• Is able to lead & manage people.
• Is able to articulate and deliver sound coaching processes relative to the programme.
• Has a sound understanding of the RFU aspirational programmes.
• Sets high standards of personal accountability, reliability and responsibility for the players and staff.
• Is able to work effectively with other members of the Management Team.

ACCOUNTABILITIES:
The post holder is accountable to the England Counties Team Manager and National Delivery Team for the successful delivery of the responsibilities as outlined above.

The term for the position is 2 years subject to annual review, with a further two years by mutual consent.

Applications, with a cover letter and Rugby CV, should be sent to: Peter Taylor This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

The closing date for all applications is Thu 22 Aug. Interviews will take place on Wed 28 Aug.

For further information and/or an informal discussion please contact: Dan Cook, England Counties Team Manager, This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. 07770 582182.

Read more...

Twickenham - Bill Beaumont Cup Final

BILL BEAUMONT CUP FINAL

CORNWALL V CHESHIRE SUNDAY 2ND JUNE KICK-OFF 5:45 PM

 

News regarding ticket arrangements for the Bill Beaumont Cup Final Cornwall V Cheshire will be posted on here when advised by the ticket office at Twickenham.

With regards to coach travel please check on Trelawny's Army website and check with any rugby clubs and organisations that maybe running coaches on the day.

Program of matches on the day;

Tickets are on general sale now.

For information regarding accessible tickets please visit our Accessibility page.

Tickets purchased allow access to all four matches being played on Sunday 2nd June.

To purchase your tickets click on the link and follow instructions, there will be a drop down box for the 2 for 1 ticket offer

 

Kick Off Times
Gill Burns Division 1 Final - 10:00
England Women v Barbarians Women - 12:45
Quilter Cup: England XV v Barbarians - 15:30
Bill Beaumont Division 1 Final Cornwall v Cheshire- 17:45

Please note, service and delivery fees apply to tickets and parking.

If you're coming to Twickenham for a match, why not pay a visit to the World Rugby Museum before the game? Book admission in advance online today.

 

NB - Ignore any mention on RFU site for County Finals 8th June

 
Read more...

Cornwall defeat Devon

DEVON 20 - 50 CORNWALL

Cornwall ran in eight tries to defeat Devon and book their return to Twickenham for the Bill Beaumont Cup Final.

Tries were scored by Alex Ducker, Jack Oulton, Dan Job, Brad Howe, Jess Tompsett, Kyle Speare, Jon Dawe and Taron Peacock with Fraser Honey landing five conversions.

Cornwall will face Cheshire in the final, a repeat of the 2016 final that Cornwall won.

Full report tomorrow.

 
Read more...