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Toronto Rebellion

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Toronto Rebellion

Toronto Rebellion
Full name Toronto Rebellion Rugby Football Club
Union Rugby Canada
Toronto Rugby Union
Nickname(s) Renegades (1999-2002)
Xtreme (2003-2007)
Rebellion (2009-present)
Founded 1999
Location Markham, Ontario
Ground(s) Fletcher's Fields (Capacity: 3,000)
Chairman Alan Kasperski
Coach(es) Allan Hawes
League(s) Rugby Canada National Junior Championship
Official website

The Toronto Rebellion (formerly Toronto Renegades and Toronto Xtreme) are a Canadian rugby union team based in Markham, Ontario. The team plays in the Rugby Canada National Junior Championship and draws most of its players from the Toronto Rugby Union.

For the 2006 season, they played their home games at Fletcher's Fields in Markham.

Playing under the name Toronto Renegades, the team was Eastern Champions in 1999 & 2001. The Xtreme won the eastern title in 2003.

The Xtreme did not participate in the 2008 RCSL season.

In 2009, Rugby Canada decided to disband the RCSL and start a new league called Rugby Canada National Junior Championship. The RCNJC consists of many of the RSCL's junior clubs. Toronto returned for a 2009 season under a new name, Rebellion.

Season-by-season records

Season W L T Finish Playoff results
Toronto Renegades
1999 4 0 1 1st East Division Lost Finals (Vancouver Island Crimson Tide)
2000 4 1 0 2nd East Division --
2001 4 0 0 1st East Division Lost Finals (Fraser Valley Venom)
2002 5 1 0 2nd East Division --
Toronto Xtreme
2003 4 0 0 1st East Division Lost Finals (Calgary Mavericks)
2004 5 1 0 2nd East Division --
2005 3 2 1 3rd East Division --
2006 2 4 0 5th East Division --
2007 3 3 0 4th East Division --
Toronto Rebellion
2009 2 0 0 1st Central Division TBA
Totals 36 12 2 (regular season, 1999–2009)
0 3 0 (playoffs, 1999–2009)

External links

  • Official Site

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