Charles River women headed to Albany for a Round Robin and finished the day at 1-1. The men traveled to Rhode Island to challenge themselves up a level, taking on DII Providence, and rose above it to take home the W.
Charles River Women Round Robin w/Albany & Ithaca
On a hot, sunny day in Albany, the Lady Rats ...
A day to celebrate the Old Boys and Girls of days of yore
We've got a full day of rugby planned to welcome back our alumni! Check out what we've got in store and we look forward to seeing you at Moakley followed by a social to help you remember all those moments of glory and the haze of rugby spirit.
Get out the brooms, we've got ourselves a sweep!
Charles River men and women faced off against their respective counterparts of the North Shore RFC and came away victorious on both sides this past Saturday.
Charles River Women  - North Shore Women 
It was a sunny day at Medford High as Charles River ...
Former Lady Rat PK using rugby to help young women in Uganda
Over the past few years, through the work of Lady Rat PK, Charles River has developed a connection with the Ugandan women's rugby community. Through the work of women like former Ugandan rugby star Helen Koyokoyo Buteme, rugby is being used as a means to ...
CRWRFC kicks off their Spring season with recognition of World Autism Awareness Day
The Lady Rats will be taking on Amoskeag Women in their first match of the Spring season this Saturday, April 2nd in Manchester, NH.
April 2nd marks World Autism Awareness Day
, which seeks to increase and develop world knowledge of the autism epidemic and impart information regarding the importance of early diagnosis and early intervention. The day also celebrates persons with autism and the communities that support them.
To celebrate World Autism Awareness Day, both clubs will be wearing blue for the day in solidarity. Rugby is a sport that is not just about the game, but about the community we all share that is bigger than the sport itself. We are excited to have Amoskeag join us in celebrating this day!
This event also supports the work of one of our very own Lady Rats, Kate "PK" Condon, who is currently working to raise awareness for children with development disabilities in Uganda through her organization embraceKulture
. Please read PK's message below to learn more about their work and the mission of embraceKulture.
To donate to their efforts and help support this phenomenal organization, click below.
Donate to embraceKulture
This past weekend, the Charles River men's team and a few of the Lady Rats traveled down to Savannah, GA for the 2016 St. Patrick's Day Savannah rugby tournament!
The tournament was a large one, with over 70 teams competing throughout the weekend.
The Charles River men came out on the plus side of their weekend, ...
This past Saturday we celebrated the great work of our outgoing e-board and rang in the elections of next year's leaders at our Annual General Meeting. 2015 was a great year for the club and 2016 is looking bright already!
So, without further ado, we present to you, your 2016 Charles River Rugby Football Club ...
We hope you all had as much fun as we did at our 2015 Halloween party! Check out how good you looked in our annual Photo Booth!
Love and BOO!
Charles River Rugby Football Club