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Volunteers

The Pumas are growing and need more volunteers to help the club run smoothly and give all our members the right experience from joining our rugby club.

You do not have had to play rugby, but if you like the sport and wish to get involved in a great local club then look no further. All the roles we have to be filled are below. Many do not take a lot of time each week and the more volunteers we have the more we can share the coverage of the role amongst club members. Our membership offers access to the Abshot Community Centre facilities and discounts on their rates for events and parties you may wish to run. 

Contact Paul chairman@locksheathpumas.com if interested in finding out more.

Club Roles

Rugby Safe Lead

  • Player welfare and making rugby as safe as possible is a critical role for the club

  • See RFU role guidelines

  • At the Pumas a lot of things are completed but we need a volunteer to help bring all elements of Rugby Safe together and ensure regular compliance.

  • Full support given

Senior Club Roles

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Over the last few years rugby has highlighted the importance of volunteers. To recognise those people that give up their time to help support the Pumas we are looking to start a "Volunteer of the month" recognition scheme.

 

The winner each month will then be put forward by the club at the end of the season to the Hampshire Volunteer of the season awards where they could also be recognised by the county and selected as our representative to the national Honda awards

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Puma Cubs Roles

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Team Managers

  • One Team Manager required per Age Group

  • Communicate match info to players families

  • Ensure kit is maintained

  • Organise player registration

  • Work with other Team Managers adding rota for weekly training

  • Ideally be First Aid trained (Pumas will cover costs)

Merchandise Officer

  • Be responsible for handling kit sales on a weekly basis

  • Report sales to treasurer

  • Ensure stock levels of kit are maintained

Team Coaches

  • Be responsible for training the team in preparation for matches, acting as a highly influential figure in players lives.

  • Lead training sessions

  • Work with head coach for support on lesson plans

  • Develop new coaches and assistant coaches to support Age Group

First Aiders

  • A minimum of one First Aider per Age Group is required

  • Trained to a minimum Level 3 to administer pitch side FA

  • Willing to undertake training course if not qualified

  • Ensure that First Aid kit is stocked correctly

  • Report all injuries to Club Rugby Safe Lead

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