IRANZ Wants To Work With You

IRANZ has embraced the idea that to be the best you have to learn from the best. Gathering the most significant and influential rugby minds in one place for over 20 years, IRANZ has created the most proven, independent rugby development programme in the world.

We are now opening our doors to the world, offering our services to schools and clubs to have their own custom tour catered for the individual needs of your team.

IRANZ Custom Courses offers your team the opportunity of a lifetime. Learning from rugby’s most exceptional minds, IRANZ proven system ensures your team will ultimately reach their full potential.

An IRANZ Custom Course is about you. We operate by working closely with you in the planning stage. learning the strengths, weakness, goals and vision of your team, allowing us to gather the right IRANZ Staff Coaches to bring your vision to reality.

An IRANZ customised tour allows us to work with your coaches profiling your players, identifying & designing the best possible game plan. Then together we will coach the team to implement this game plan, analyse performance & apply remedial coaching.

Wayne Smith working with the first 5/8

Our record speaks for itself. Our three most recent custom tours had these teams either win their competition or get promoted to the top devision same year of their tour.

See below one example of a custom tour recently done for Baker College, who went on to become CAS winner in 2018 & 2019 remaining undefeated both years.

If you’re interested to see what a customer tour would look like for team we would love to hear from you. Fill in the form below and take the first step to work with the most proven private rugby development programme in the world.

The boys thrived and grew impressively as a team. The tour enabled us to train in a professional environment, play three competitive games and have a lot of fun enjoying the activities New Zealand offers.

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Dean Hargreaves, Barker College Coach (NSW)

Barker College attended a Customised Course/Tour Programme in 2018. Barker returned to Sydney to win the CAS Schools Championship dropping only one match during the season.