Chuckanut Bay is proud to announce that long-time members Cole Semu, Jack Wendling and Alex Cleary have been invited to the USA U20 Men’s Rugby team selection Camp. The camp will take place in May 2019 and will provide each athlete an opportunity to be selected to play Canada in June. This match to be held at Shawnigan Lake, BC will be for the North American qualifier of the Junior World Trophy to be held in Brazil this July.
To support our long time members, Chuckanut Bay has received this generous gift from our club supporter, Dave Miller. Dave and his family own a vacation home on the Oregon Coast and has gifted to us for a raffle in support of these athletes. For just $20 you can enter to win an incredible stay for five nights on the Oregon Coast.
Following is the athlete profiles, please click here to support these fine young men pursue their dream.
Alex Cleary (right)
Cole Semu (center)
Jack Wendling (left)
About Chuckanut Bay
The Chuckanut Bay Rugby Club was founded in 1973 after a group of recent Western Washington University graduates realized that they couldn't play as Western students. They formed the club and established the Geoducks as the team mascot because of it’s history as the most dangerous bi-valve in the Pacific Northwest. The founders picked Columbia Blue (traditional WWU color) and orange (traditional hue of a Chuckanut Bay sunset) as the team colors.
In 2003 the club incorporated as a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization and focused on growing rugby for kids in addition to the adult teams.
Today, the club offers rugby for both boys and girls of all abilities in grades K-3 flag rugby and grades 4-12 contact rugby in addition to our women and men's teams.
The mission is to develop the sport of rugby across all levels, providing opportunities for recreation and competitive rugby. Chuckanut Bay is committed to providing a positive atmosphere where athletes, families, and fans can come and enjoy the spirit of competition, camaraderie, and sportsmanship.