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Banbury RFC hosts an England Touch event for the first time this weekend, with the Steeden Development National Touch Series heading to the town. Once again this event was fully booked weeks in advance with 20 teams taking part. Peterborough Tropics and Derby Merlins, who made their Development NTS debuts in Chester in Round 1, are having their trails followed by Didcot, EY Lon ...

England Touch and the European Federation of Touch have unveiled a new International Series as part of the 2020 European Touch Championships. The new International Series will give teams from across the globe the opportunity for an organised tournament as part of their development towards the 2023 Touch World Cup. It follows the success of having invitational teams such as Chil ...

England Touch has made some significant appointments at board level. Governance Director - David Bagshawe-Cope David is a strategy and transformation leader, having held executive and non-executive positions in the education and environment sectors. He is a keen Touch player and is looking forward to bringing his professional experience to helping England Touch develop. Non-Exe ...

England Touch has released its Annual Report after an outstanding year for the Association. Highlights include: England retaining its place as the number one nation in Europe, winning the Opens, Seniors and Overall titles at the 2018 European Touch Championships England Touch hosting the biggest ever European Touch Championships, with 63 teams from 17 nations heading to Nottin ...

It was an intense six days for #OneEngland at Touch World Cup 2019. The team won a pair of bronze medals in the Women’s 27s and Women’s 35s categories, with the Men’s 30s, Men's 35s and Mixed 30s also reaching their respective semi-finals. In all there were 82 matches played by the 10 teams, with more than 500 touchdowns scored. Overall, all-bar-one of the teams finished in the ...

Here are the England team results for the sixth and final day in Putrajaya. All timings are UK time. 1:00am Mixed 30s (team sponsor: Peter Armitage Builders) lost 3-11 to Australia (semi-final) 2:10am Men’s 30s lost 7-8 South Africa Mixed Open (team sponsor: Champion Power UK) lost 9-10 to Wales (5th/6th place play-off) 3:20am Women’s Open (team sponsor: Champion Power UK) beat ...

Here are the England team results from day five in Putrajaya, including another bronze medal! All timings are UK time. 1:50am Mixed Open (team sponsor: Champion Power UK) beat Germany 14-1 Mixed 30s (team sponsor: Peter Armitage Builders) beat Scotland 5-3 2:40am Women’s 27s semi-final lost to Australia 0-12 Men’s 35s semi-final lost 1-15 Australia Men’s 45s beat Fiji 6-2 (5th/ ...

Here are the England team results on day four in Putrajaya, including our first medal of the week! All timings are UK time. 1:00am Mixed Open (team sponsor: Champion Power UK) beat the United States 9-2 Men’s 45s lost 0-9 to Australia 2:40am Men’s 40s (team sponsor: Open Air Design) beat Italy 9-1 (7th/8th place play-off) 3:30am Men’s 35s lost 2-11 to New Zealand 4:20am Mixed O ...

Here are the England team results on day three in Putrajaya. All timings are UK time. 1:00am Men’s 40s (team sponsor: Open Air Design) beat Malaysia 17-1 Men’s 35s lost 0-8 to Australia Women’s 27s lost 0-9 to Australia 2:40am Women’s 35s (thanks to Capita for their kind donation to the team) beat Europe 8-1 3:30am Women’s Open (team sponsor: Champion Power UK) beat South Afric ...

Here are the England team results from day two in Putrajaya. All timings are UK time. 1:50am Mixed 30s (team sponsor: Peter Armitage Builders) beat France 8-6 2:40am Women’s 27s beat France 8-1 Men’s 40s (team sponsor: Open Air Design) drew 7-7 with Japan 3:30am Men’s Open (team sponsor: Champion Power UK) drew 2-2 Japan Women’s Open (team sponsor: Champion Power UK) beat Samoa ...

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