Delighted to finally share our latest endeavour in support of NHS.
It will be used in campaigns going forward on all our social media platforms. We expect this to be a real treat for followers and of course a nice fundraiser for our NHS Superheroes.
We are also asking anyone with ideas for a suitable campaign to launch this iconic ball. There have been many internet viral vids going around, so we hope to create one to maximise the publicity for NHS and our club
Following on from last Sunday’s training session, many of you have been confused about the official return to play (using tags) and the possibility to play tag leagues again.
We remain at Stage B on the Return to Community Rugby (RFU) Roadmap. However, we hope to have some positive news soon about the potential move to the next stage, dates are mentioned but NOT confirmed.
Given that all forms of rugby are notably different in structure and dynamics there are still numerous areas which require guidance and clarification regarding Tag. The possibility of contact in a face-to-face scenario, for example, or the use of referee whistles, and equipment such as match balls and tags.
Our current training sessions have been set up to prepare for the restart in the safest manner adhering to all government and national sporting body guidelines. It’s a new environment which we must assess and judge how our participants react.
It is of upmost importance that these preparatory steps are undertaken and guidelines adhered for any rugby related activity to take place within a club.
In the meantime, please watch out for more updates.
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A further update(RFU) now advises that up to 4 groups of 6 on a pitch can now do fitness and ball work as long as each group ensures a 2 meter gap between each player and follow hygiene advice by using hand sanitiser when doing ball work. It remains the case that no body contact can be included in training sessions.