About Castaway Wanderers Rugby Club
We acknowledge that the home field Windsor Park, on which we play, is the unceded traditional territory of the Coast and Straits Salish Peoples. Specifically we recognize the Lekwungen speaking people known today as the Songhees and Esquimalt Nations, and that their historic connections to this land continue to this day.
Pride of Program has CW looking towards the future, building on our history, continuing to improve and maintaining our status as one of the top rugby clubs in British Columbia and in Canada. To us it is about more than just eighty minutes on the pitch. The CW Rugby Program accentuates the whole rugby experience. We are a club with a foundation based on respect and honour for the game of rugby and for the manner in which the game is to be played. We are committed to the healthy development of our young players and for the people who contribute their time freely because of their love of the game and for the CW club.
CW Rugby is looking for athletes who want to be part of a great club with a unique and special history. Being a Castaway Wanderer is more than just being part of a competitive team, it's about the club and your community. We judge ourselves not just by what we achieve on the pitch but also what we achieve off the pitch.
Players looking to develop their skills will experience the highest possible level of coaching available. At every level of our program, players are tutored by International, National, Provincial and Professional level coaches. Our team of volunteers is committed to providing skills development and training in a fun and safe environment. Whether you are an elite player looking to advance your skills or new to the game and looking to learn, our coaches will work with you all.
The CWRFC program today involves over 350 players, starting at six years of age. Our Senior Men's and Women's teams compete in what is widely considered as being the most competitive Division in Canadian Rugby.