Final Secondary School Tag Rugby 2015/16 League Match - Team List

Final Secondary School Tag Rugby 2015/16 League Match - Team List

BIS 1st X

Mustapha Mohammed (M)

Fortune Chukwu (M)

Claret Chukwu (M)

Desalu Yinka (F)

Sonia Bendre (F)

Tola Paseda 

Mudiaga Aluya (M)

Ubong John (M)

Chidubem Ogah (M)

Praise Oyewole (M)

Ige (M)


Temple 1st X

Maduka Adaugo  (F)

Adigwe Juanita (F)

Omotosho Ayotomide (M)

Olaoluwa Olatunde (M)

Aisosa Onomowo (M)

Oluwatoni Oderinlo (M)

Temiloluwa Oyeyemi (M)

Isaac Adigwe (M)

Komiyo Ayanleke (M) 

Eyo-Oku Ako (M)

Nnanna Maduka (M)


Final Tag Rugby league match between British International and Temple Secondary

The final league match between  the current league leaders British International School and the  indomitable Temple Secondary School is here.

You can win Fantastic Prizes  this week before the match if you can guess the winner of this final match between the two teams (British International School and Temple Secondary School).

You get to win a shopping voucher to shop at a reputable shopping supermarket. Look out for the questions on our social  media platform and you can research the answers on our website. You don't want to miss this because the count down to the fastest, and toughest RUGBY face off this YEAR has begun.

No prisoners! Its to the finish!!!

Last match results: 5 to BRITISH INTERNATIONAL and 4 to TEMPLE.

TEMPLE have grown intense commitment  to dominate this match.

TEMPLE SCHOOLs’ Coach Momoh and BRITISH INTERNATIONALs’ Coach Charles are pushing their teams HARD and talking TOUGH!!

Will TEMPLE star player Olatunde Olaoluwa destroy BRITISH INTERNATIONAL  defense. HE REIGNED IN 3 TRIES IN THE LAST MATCH.

OR will BRITISH INTERNATIONAL pull a fast one at the last minute as they have done in the past two matches.
TEMPLE have speed no doubt on tap. Blindingly quick!!!

But BRITISH INTERNATIONAL are better co-ordinated, and with Yinka, Mustapha and Fortune playing at their best it could be all over before it gets started.

There are rumors that TEMPLE will be fielding several International players. Lets wait and see.

It is said BRITISH INTERNATIONAL have their players isolated in an exclusive secret island location for special training.

The date of the final play-off is 8th of October 2016 9:00am at TEMPLE SECONDARY SCHOOL,2-4 Odegbami Street, Off Aba Johnston Crescent, Adeniyi Jones,  Ikeja, Lagos. You can follow training updates to the buildup of the Match on all our social medium platformInstagram – myfamilymobile,  Twitter - @focusonmyfamily , Facebook – and get inside details about All Rugby school Elite Development Program on our Website – (select ARS EDP). You don’t want to miss training updates that shows you how the teams are gearing up.
To be a part of this amazing game you can contact us by calling us on 08164032059 or emailing us on

October 2016 Newsletter


October 2016

Final 2015/2016 primary school league match between Temple Primary, Chrisland Opebi, Primary  and Corona School Gbagada

The 2015/16 finals match between Temple, Corona and Chrisland primary schools was successfully held at British International School on the 25th of June 2016. Corona School Gbagada won the 2015/16 ARS EDP league. They were presented with the league cup, “HOC GENUS UNUM DE CALICE BIBAT”

Final 2015/2016 secondary school league match between Temple Secondary and British International School

The final match between Temple and British International School is scheduled to occur from 9am, 8th October 2016 at Temple Secondary School, Ikeja.

The cup “HOC GENUS UNUM DE CALICE BIBAT” shall be awarded to the league winner on the same day.

Passing away of Ayo Johnsons’ father

We regret to announce the passing away of the father to Ayo Johnson, ARS EDP Head Coach. May his soul rest in perfect peace. Ayo may be reached on: 0802 623 8386 or 0803 645 5494

2017 Tour of London and Kent

We regret to announce that the Tour has been suspended until we are able to increase the budget from our corporate sponsor or source funds from a new additional corporate sponsor.

The original budget was grossly devalued due to the drastic fall of the Naira to the Pound Sterling.

We will keep you up-to-date on any new developments.

 Any comments or questions should be directed to Seyi Opanubi on: +234 803 301 9519 or

Any corporate seeking to participate in the tour should please contact Jim Friedlander on: +44 1865 261 459or

Full Colours and Half Colour Ties, Pins and Badges

Players that have excelled are awarded Full Colours or Half Colours. Their names are  listed on thewebsite. Such players are entitled to own and wear Full or Half Colour Ties, Pins or Badges. Please go to either of the below to order your ties, pins and badges.

Please note that these awards are recognised globally and hold a great deal of influence when applying to other schools for admission.

Barbarian Ties

Barbarian Ties, Pins and Badges are also available for those players leaving the school for another school. Please pick them up by ordering on the following web pages:

Primary and Secondary School League Match Results

Please go to for the current results of the Primary School League Matches.

Please go to for the current results of the Secondary School League Matches.


·         Once players leave their schools to go to other schools they continue being members of the ARS EDP.

·         They are now known as Barbarians.

·         This means they tour in school colours as ex-pupils of their previous  school.

·         Parents will relate directly with the ARS EDP to ensure training continues assuming ARS EDP is not available at their new school.

·         Parents will receive communication from ARS EDP via email, sms and calls.

·         Schools will no longer be the medium of communication.

·         Barbarians tour in the colours of the school from which they joined the ARS EDP.


January 2016 Newsletter

Welcome to a new month with the ARS EDP. Please take note of the following:


Schools shall be graded commencing January 2016. Reports shall be submitted to each school at the end of each month.


Players of each school shall be graded commencing January 2016. Reports of each player shall be submitted to parents and schools at the end of each month.


All training kit shall be stored on site at each school commencing January 2016. Strong boxes shall be supplied for this purpose by the ARS EDP sponsors MyFamily Mobile. Keys for the strong box shall be held by the school coach and the ARS EDP head coach.


Please see mailboxes for the training timetable for 2nd term. Each school is entitled to no more than 1hour/1 day per week training from ARS EDP coaches. This is to ensure a level playing field during the league matches. Schools are at liberty to continue training in the absence of ARS EDP coaching.


Our sponsors’, MyFamily Mobile, have brought it to our attention that there is little to no mention in school literature, such as newsletters or website of their contribution to the school in the way of their sponsorship. We hope this can be addressed shortly as their support and contribution is and has been invaluable.


2016 MyFamily Mobile sponsored league matches commence this term. See below for the dates and venues for the matches.

Primary School

1st Round

Date:13 February 2016

Venue: Temple Secondary School

2nd Round

Date: 2 April 2016

Venue: Corona Gbagada

Secondary Schools

1st Round

Date: 5 March 2016

Venue: BIS

2nd Round

Date: 19 March 2016

Venue: Temple Secondary School



A formal lunch shall be served after each league match. All students and staff must be dressed in formal ware (school uniform in the case of players). Parents may wear casual ware.

NOTE: Only school staff, players, substitutes whose names were submitted 5 days prior to match and parents may attend the formal lunch. Others will be served snacks during the match.


Players that are yet to complete their forms fully or partially shall not be permitted to train or participate in the matches as from the 4th week of January 2016. Please ask school coaches for list of players and their status in the ARS EDP.


The award process has been varied with primary school players being awarded badges and secondary school players receiving full and half colour ties.


Ten (10) players from each school shall be selected to play against others schools at Kent and London. The teams shall be mixed (male and female). The tour is sponsored by MyFamily Mobile and thus no financial contribution is expected from the school or players.

Arrival: Sunday 10 September 2017

Day: 1

Date: Sun 10/09/17

Itinerary: Arrive into London. Transfer to Canterbury YHA 3 Nights B&B. PM Training session.

Day: 2

Date: Mon 11/09/17

Itinerary: Matches 1 x ABC

Day: 3

Date: Tue 12/09/17

Itinerary: Matches 1 x DEF

Day: 4

Date: Wed 13/09/17

Itinerary: Transfer to London, 3 nights London YHA B&B

Day: 5

Date: Thu 14/09/17

Itinerary: Matches 2 x ABC

Day: 6

Date: Fri 15/09/17

Itinerary: Matches 2 x DEF

Day: 7

Date: Sat 16/09/17

Itinerary: Depart