Rugby Pavilion Pathway Stones

Ovalum Pilam Qui Meruit Ferat

(Let the oval ball go to those who have worked hard to deserve it)


The Derek Hyde-Lay Pavilion and Canada Field are bastions of rugby in Canada.

A pathway connects them, travelled each year by athletes representing Shawnigan on the field of play. Please join us on our mission to honour and uphold the legacy of Shawnigan Rugby, while showing your support for our athletes by paving their pathway to success on the field and beyond.

You can show your support for the black & gold for generations to come, and join Friends of Shawnigan Rugby, by purchasing an engraved stone on the new Pavilion Pathway. Your stone can be engraved with
your name, or that of a person, family, or organization that you want to honour.

Pathway stones are available in three sizes through a donation to our new Rugby Endowment Fund, which can be pledged over a period up to five years:
Large Stone: 12" x 12"
- 6 lines of text (no logo)
- 18-19 max characters per line
(including spaces)
or
- 3 lines of text (with logo)
- 18-19 max characters per line
(including spaces)
$2,500 donation
Medium Stone: 8" x 8”
- 5 lines of text
- 14-15 characters max per line
(including spaces) 
$1,000 donation
Small Stone: 4” x 8”
- 3 lines of text
- 14-15 max characters per line
(including spaces)
$300 donation
All proceeds will be invested in a Rugby Endowment Fund that will support:
  • Scholarships for rugby players who require financial assistance and will be all-round contributors to the Shawnigan community
  • Tours and travel for the rugby program
  • Rugby uniforms, gear, and training equipment
  • Facility upgrades to the DHL Pavilion

For more information, please contact Rhodri Samuel, Director, Alumni Relations at rsamuel@shawnigan.ca.
We acknowledge with respect the Coast Salish Peoples on whose traditional lands and waterways we live, learn and play. We are grateful for the opportunity to share in this beautiful region, and we aspire to healthy and respectful relationships with those who have lived on and cared for these lands for millennia.