Please find below the vacancies we have as at July 2019:

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New Zealand

Mitre 10 Cup union seek: Ball carrying lock. Offer to be negotiated based on players experience. Season: ASAP - November.

2020 Vacancy. Otago country club seek: Outstanding 10 who wants to have a cracking experience. Must be able to get a working visa. Offer includes; Accom, kit, job, car and a chance to explore NZ. Must be available March - August.

Australia

Vacancy 2020 Canberra div one club seek: Lock, 10/12 and outside back. Season runs: Feb - September. Must be able to get youth mobility visa. Offer includes: Assistance with flights, accom, use of a car, gym and kit. Players must have Nat 3, ITM B experience

England

English level 6 club seek: 6/7/8, 10, wing and utility back. Must be able to get a youth mobility visa. Offer includes; flights, accom, kit, gym, job and car. Must be available August - April.

Ireland

Irish AIL 2 club seek: Backrower and outside center (ideally EU passports). Offer includes; flights, accom, kit, gym, job as well as other potential benefits. Must be available August - May.

Irish AIL 1B club seek: Backrower, 9 and 10. Offer includes; flights, accom, kit, gym, job as well as other potential benefits. Must be available August - May.

Irish AIL 2 club seek: Forwards Player/coach who is a lineout option. Must have UK, EU passport or be able to get an ancestry visa. Offer includes; flights, accom, kit, gym, job and substantial coaching fee. Must be available August - May.

AIL1 B club in Ireland seek: 9 or 10. Great club looking for quality player. Season starts Sept - April

Scotland

Scottish Premiership club seek: Prop and a good ball carrying lock. Offer includes: flights, match fee, assistance with employment, accommodation, shared car, gym membership and kit. Season: Sept 2019 - April 2020. Visa: UK/EU passports or ancestry visa required.

Scottish Premiership club seek: Center, center/wing and a good ball carrying lock. Offer includes: flights, match fee, assistance with employment, accommodation, shared car, gym membership and kit. Season: August 2019 - April 2020. Visa: Work visa required (UK, EU passports more suited)

Scottish National 1 club seek: Prop. Offer includes flights, accommodation, job and match fee. Season: August 2019 - April 2020. Visa: Work visa required (UK, EU passports more suited).

Wales

Wales Div 1 North club seek: Ball Carrying Center, center/wing. Offer includes: flights,assistance with employment, accommodation, access to club gym and kit. Season: August 2019 - May 2020. Visa: Work visa required (UK, EU passports more suited)

Japan

Top Japanese League club seek: 10. Super Rugby level (ideally non capped) but if internationally capped the club might be able to accommodate. Offer: negotiable based on experience but in the vicinity of 10-12 million yen (net) + flights, accommodation and car. Preseason October start with season Jan - June. If you represent a player that might fit this position then please get in touch.

Japanese division 3 club seek: Lock. Offer includes; 150,000 net per month, Airfare, Free rent, Free utilities, Health insurance. July to February contact. NZ and Aus passports preferred.

America

American MLR team seek: 15 who can kick with both feet. Offer includes flights, accom, use of a car, gym and full time wage. Season runs November - End of June. Players must have Championship, ITM or Shute Shield experience.

American Division 1 club seek: Lock/backrower. Season runs; August 22 - late November. Must have EU, UK, AU, NZ or CAD passport. Offer includes flights, accom, use of a car, gym and other rugby/travel expenses. Players must have Nat 2, ITM B or Shute Shield experience. This could be a great way to get selected for a MLR team.

American Division 1 club seek: Prop and 10/12. Season runs; August 22 - late November. Must have EU, UK, AU, NZ or CAD passport. Offer includes flights, accom, use of a car, gym and other rugby/travel expenses. Players must have Nat 2, ITM B or Shute Shield experience. This could be a great way to get selected for a MLR team.

Canada

BC Premier club seek: Hooker and locks. Season: September 2019 - May 2020. Must have decent CV. Visa: Work visa required (Irish, EU, Aus, NZ passports). Package: Job, Registration paid for, Gym, Cheap shared accom around $500/month (cheapest if sourcing yourself in the area is €1,200/month).

BC Premier club seek: Players in any position considered (particularly front row players). Season: September 2019 - May 2020. Must have decent cv's. Visa: Work visa required (UK, EU, Aus, NZ passports). Package: Job, Registration paid for, Gym, Cheap shared accom around $500/month (cheapest if sourcing yourself in the area is €1,200/month).

**Female players** BC Premier club seek: Female players in any position considered. Great way to see another part of the world. Season: September 2019 - May 2020. Visa: Work visa required (UK, EU, Aus, NZ passports). Package: Job, Registration paid for, Gym, Cheap shared accom around $500/month (cheapest if sourcing yourself in the area is €1,200/month).

If any of these positions interest you then please contact me as soon as possible by emailing me:  m.cross@trytimerugby.com

Regards,
Mike

 

Understanding Different Rugby Grading Around The World

To help you all understand the different levels we sometimes use across the countries we thought we would give you a quick insight.

Premier level player is a first grade club player in NZ.  Just above this would be NPC B standard followed obviously by NPC.  First grade Aussie would be reasonably similar to NPC B standard in NZ although there would be a bit of variance there and could be significantly higher for some players. England club structure works from the top down. Premiership, Championship, National 1, 2 then three followed by other clubs within England.

To help you get a bit of an idea, NPC B (NZ) would be very similar to National One/Championship (England) with first grade in Sydney being about the same or just slightly higher.

Obviously this is a very rough guideline that has a significant amount of variance between clubs and players, but it is just something to help those of you that do not understand the different grading categories we use.

For further clarification, email Mike:  m.cross@trytimerugby.com or call +61 416 142 451