Medical Conditions

Please make sure any medical conditions or needs are brought to the attention of a Club Coach or official. If children require any inhaler or medication then they should ensure it is readily available. Any medication must be self-administered.



As of Jan 2016 is will become compulsory for all coaches, volunteers and match officials to complete the RFU online Concussion course.

It is recommended that you read through the information relevant to your role in rugby before using the following resources:

Assessment of Concussion

Sport Concussion Assessment Tool 3

Pocket SCAT3

Child SCAT3

Graduated Return To Play

Headway Minor Injury Advice

HEADCASE pitch side advice card. Download here or to order free copies of this card please send your name, address and amount needed to

The information contained in this site is intended for educational purposes only and is not meant to be a substitute for appropriate medical advice or care. If you believe that you or someone under your care has sustained a concussion we strongly recommend that you contact a qualified health care professional for appropriate diagnosis and treatment. The authors have made responsible efforts to include accurate and timely information. However they make no representations or warranties regarding the accuracy of the information contained and specifically disclaim any liability in connection with the content on this site.

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