Black Thunder Rugby Football Club

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Black Thunder
Full name Black Thunder Rugby Football Club
Founded 2004
Location Naucalpan, Mexico
Ground(s) San Mateo (Capacity: 24,000 (expanding to 150))
Chairman Mexico Guillermo Rodríguez
Coach(es) New Zealand Tamaha McDonald
Captain(s) Mexico Luis Rosete
League(s) Mexican major rugby league
2013-2014 1st place
Official website
www.blackthunder.com.mx

Black Thunder began in 2003 as a project of parents ex-players in order to give life to youth rugby in Mexico. Since its inception in Saturday's practice by many coaches were laying the foundations for today's players have been awarded National Championships in the Under-19, U-16 and finally the Major League national championship in the 2013-2014 season. The Mexico State team has always given priority to the creation of the beautiful game players, clearly establishing the values of this unique sport. Highlighting the Fair Play (Fair Play), Great Gatherings (Third Time), Dynamic and Game Technical Fellowship. From the moment of its creation Black Thunder has been characterized as a team with mostly young players, with the aim of promoting Rugby since childhood. However, it has always been players of all ages.

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