Rats sign official nutrition supplier for upcoming season
This week, the Rats have agreed to a new corporate partnership which will give us an official nutrition supplier for the upcoming season and beyond. But before we talk about our newest partners, we’d like to take a moment to thank our current ones again, and ...
The Rats welcomed back their Old Boys and Girls for a solid day of River rugby, as CRWRFC stepped up to the challenge of their rematch with the Woo and the boys had a blast in the Over 30/Under 30 game.
Charles River Women  - Worcester 
In their first home game all season, CRWRFC welcomed the Woo for ...
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 ...
As we hit the halfway mark on the season, the Men treated visitors New London County to a road loss, while the women faced their first loss on the season in Worcester.
Charles River Men  - New London County Rugby 
While the weather was trying its hardest to rain this Saturday, by the end of the afternoon the ...
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
Charles River loves rugby...and we love internet-ing about it
As rugby grows here in the US, getting our rugby news fix isn't always the easiest. But there are a lot of great rugby sites out there that keep us up to date on all the rugby goings on, here at home and beyond. This list isn't in any particular order, just passing along the good work of those in the rugger media that keep us in the know!
Lights, Camera, Rats
Last week, NESN.com visited the Charles River men's Monday night practice to talk to the Rats about rugby. To highlight the opening of the Rugby World Cup last Friday, NESN interviewed several CR players, including Corey Lang, Zack Cox, Mark Cassidy, Mitchell Sopp, and Axl Querengasser, as part of a ...