A new section goes live today. The Columnists page will feature words of wisdom from LPRFC players and commentators.
The first of these is the regular insight of Jake Laux into the goings-on of Southern Hemisphere rugby; the exciting version as he likes to call it
"Nowt wrong with mud and mauls" - Pom.
There will be more to follow, ...
November 3rd sees the return of international rugby to Chicago and LPRFC will be there. We have put together a pre-game brunch and beer package that also includes a ticket to the game.
The pre-game venue is Joes on Weed (940 W. Weed Street) and goes from 11-2. This will include a breakfast bar, Miller/Coors beers and Bloody Mary's...
LPRFC 55 Wisconsin 30
On the seasonal Friends and Family Day, Park indulged their enthusiastic supporters with a try-laden performance. Credit too must be given to their opponents Wisconsin who contributed to a game of entertaining, attacking rugby on a hot spring day.
Due to the last minute cancellation of their scheduled second game ...
LPRFC D2 22 Fox Valley 19
After pulling away to what was starting to look like a winning lead, Park was forced to dig deep and make their tackles to keep a spirited Fox Valley team from gaining a home field win. As in many recent games, Fox Valley provided a stern test for Park.
Playing with the wind in the first half, Park did take an ...
Four wins from four games propelled Park to a well-deserved victory in their first year entering this tournament. With a mixed roster of D2 and D3 players, this was a true club performance keyed by a stalwart defensive effort with only 3 tries conceded across the four games and two of those coming with practically the final play of the ...
St Louis Bombers 22 LPRFC 5
With a relatively inexperienced squad, containing many fringe and upcoming players, and against an opponent who is the current D2 National Championship runner-up, Park gave their opponents all they could handle.
In wet conditions, the difference between the two sides proved to be the effectiveness of converting ...
Outdoor training begins this week March 13th and continues every Tuesday and Thursday 7-9pm.
For the first 3 weeks, we will be training at the turf field between Montrose and Wilson, just off Lake Shore Drive. The field is suitable for both running shoes and rugby cleats. Please come prepared for contact drills as well as specific rugby ...
With the Spring 15's season coming to a close after a successful run to the Midwest semi-final, we are starting to gear up for the 7's over the summer months.
7's training will begin on May 16th and continue every Tuesday and Thursday at 7 pm. The location is Belmont Harbour just south of the Trapeze School.
This is available to both ...