What does it mean to host a Texas Rugby sanctioned event?- Hosts and administrators are committed to showcasing a safe and professional event!- All players, coaches and participants are covered under USA Rugby Insurance.- Event hosts ensure that all TRU & USA Rugby Safety Guidelines are followed.
In all cases, an authorized representative of the Local Organizing Group/Club shall execute and approve this Event Host Agreement on behalf of the Local Organizing Group/Club, and shall be authorized to do so on their behalf. By agreeing to these terms, you are warranting that your Event shall meet the minimum event host requirements as outlined in the TRU Host Event Checklist (https://docs.google.com/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0AnNMPIb8qJ8cdC1zVFd4ekN1a3doVVM0SDdYYk1iV3c&usp=sharing).
The Event Host Local Organizing Group/Club shall: A. Ensure that the Event complies with all of TRU & USA Rugby's safety requirements and guidelines, rules, regulations, policies, directives, decisions and all procedures set forth by USA Rugby are in effect at the time of the Event. B. Confirm that all participating clubs and all participating participants, including athletes, coaches, referees and officials are CIPP registered with USA Rugby. C. Reserve or obtain permission and all applicable permits from local jurisdictions for the use of fields, venues, facilities, etc. D. Conduct the Event in accordance with the current competitive rules as specified in the applicable RRRC & USA Rugby rule book or the IRB rules. E. Accept full responsibility for the management of this Event and any parties it employs, recruits and contracts with to assist with the production of said Event, including but not limited to, the supervision of paid and non-paid employees and volunteers.
NOTE: This Agreement must be submitted 30 days prior to the event start date.
If you have any questions or concerns, please let the TRU Admin (email@example.com) know.