St Vincent and the Grenadines Rugby Union

Executive and Contact Info

President: Sophie Goddard

Phone: (784) 528-9855

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Executive Committee
  • President: Sophie Goddard
  • Vice President: Kelly Glass
    (784) 528-0040
  • Vice President: John Townend
    (784) 433-5036.
  • Treasurer: Andrew Hadley
    (784) 533-1500
  • PRO: Kemi Francois
  • Secretary: Denise Stephens-Dublin
    (784) 528-4719
  • Assistant Secretary: Kimran Barnum
    (784) 433-2103
  • Club Captain Mens & Team Manager: Guy Hadley
    (784) 433-3334
  • Club Captain Womens: Nadine Allicott
  • Team Coach: Phillip Alvis
    (784) 432-7678

“Rugby AGM Results”


Kingstown –       The SVG Rugby Union held its Annual General Meeting on Saturday 10th August 2019 at the Arnos Vale Sporting Complex, conference room. This was a voting year, so all Executive positions were up for nomination and vote. Please find below the updated Executive, 2019-1021:



Rugby President to Retire

Kingstown – The SVG Rugby Union confirms that President, Sophie Goddard, has retired from her position as President of the Union. Goddard has been involved with the Union since 2011, originally organizing events and later being elected as President in 2014. Her time at the Union has seen the implementation of their schools programme “Get into Rugby”, an annual development

SVG Rugby Press Release

SVG Rugby Press Release



“SVG Rugby Moves to New Field”

The SVG Rugby Union has recently moved to a brand new home after leasing a new field. The Union has relocated to The Streams of Power Ratho Mill Playing Field, where it will be based for the foreseeable future.

The move allows the Union much more

Commonwealth Games Federation unveils Rugby Sevens teams

Commonwealth Games Federation unveils Rugby Sevens teams

The Commonwealth Games Federation today (Friday, January 23) with World Rugby unveiled the 14 international teams invited to compete for Gold in Rugby Sevens at the Samoa 2015 Commonwealth Youth Games.
The history-making line-up includes eight teams for the men’s tournament and six for the women’s tournament – the first time young female athletes will compete in a Rugby Sevens competition at a Commonwealth Youth Games.