Northern California Rugby Football Union

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Northern California Football Union
Abbreviation Northern California GU
Formation 2013
Region served
California; Nevada, United States of America

The Northern California Rugby Football Union (NCRFU) is the Geographical Union (GU) for rugby union teams in Northern California, as well as northern Nevada.[1] The NCRFU is part of USA Rugby.

The NCRFU is traditionally one of the strongest unions in American rugby. Cal Men's Rugby has won over twenty Collegiate Division I national championships, and NCRFU member clubs Stanford Women's Rugby, the Hayward Griffins, the Berkeley All Blues, the Reno Zephyrs, Mission RFC, UCSC Women's Rugby, and the now defunct Old Blue RFC have all won national championships in their respective divisions. SFGG RFC is a perennial Rugby Super League playoff team, winning the national championship in 2009.[2] The NCRFU also administers a large high school rugby division, from which Jesuit High School has won four national championships.

NCRFU select sides are called the "Pelicans", and NCRFU players are also eligible to be selected for PCRFU "Grizzly" Select Sides.

Men's Club Teams[edit]

Rugby Super League[edit]

Division I[edit]

Division II[edit]

Division III[edit]

Women's Club Teams[edit]

Men's Collegiate Teams[edit]

Division I[edit]

Division II[edit]

Women's Collegiate Teams[edit]

Division I[edit]

Division II[edit]

Boy's High School/Youth Teams[edit]

Bay Conference[edit]

Redwood Empire Conference[edit]

=== Sacramento Valley Teams=== [3]

  • Center Parkway Harlequins
  • Christian Brothers RFC
  • CK McClatchy Rugby [1]
  • Cougar Rugby Club
  • Elk Grove United Rugby Club [2]
  • Granite Bay Rugby Club ([3])
  • Gridley Rugby
  • Jesuit High School Rugby Club
  • John F Kennedy High School Boys Rugby Club.
  • Mother Lode RFC
  • Sacramento Eagles Rugby Club
  • SacPD PAL Rugby Club
  • Sierra Foothills Rugby Club
  • Solano-Yolo Rugby Club
  • Vacaville ([Vacaville])

Skyhawk Conference (South Bay)[edit]

Girl's High School/Youth Teams[edit]

See also[edit]

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