We field two teams in the Ontario Women’s League (OWL) filled with competitive and developmental players. We currently have national- and provincial-level players on our senior roster. However, we turn nobody away and welcome players of all skill levels. No experience is necessary to play. We’ll teach you all you need to know.
Our 1st team is the most competitive and plays against the other top teams in the province. Our 2nd team is still competitive with players fighting for a spot on the firsts, while also providing a safe space for anyone looking to try something new. We are very committed to getting game time for our players and to help everyone improve their skills, learn new positions, and gain valuable on-field experience. Although we have a wide range of skill and experience, we are one team and we train as such.
While we do take our rugby seriously, we also like to play hard off the pitch. Our club has a number of social functions throughout the year that you won’t want to miss!
With the Nomads, you’ll not only find a team that welcomes all that you have to offer, but a group of women you will soon be calling your friends.
Contact Details For Team Director
Interested in Nomads Women's Rugby?
Contact our Women's Director via email: firstname.lastname@example.org Or come try out one of our training sessions (see calendar below for details).
JP (John Peel)
JP is a New Zealand Rugby level 3 coach. Having coached since 2010 JP has been apart of many clubs and schools. Including provincial level players, boys, girls, senior womens and mens teams. He has coached both rugby 15s and 7s and spent 4 years as a Talent ID and National Selector for NZ Blackferns 7s Development team and 2 years as Club Captain for Melville Rugby and Sports Club, Hamilton, NZ.
Training & Games
Home games are played at Fletcher’s Fields, Markham or Eglinton Flats, Toronto.
We organize transport for players who don’t have a vehicle. Summer training is held from 6:15 to 8:00 pm on Tuesdays and Thursdays at Oakwood Collegiate (991 St Clair Ave W).
View this year’s games schedule, events and more in the calendar below.
The Toronto Nomads have a long history from the beginning of the sport of rugby in Toronto. From their start in 1950 to the 5 senior level teams and a full set of junior level teams, we are a club of unity, inclusion and skill.