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Loughborough Students Touch head to the south-west this weekend looking to build both on their University National Touch Series Round 1 success in Maidenhead and a recent rapid expansion in numbers and status in the East Midlands. This weekend’s hosts, Exeter, have been one of the leading lights on the University Touch scene with the numbers of players and teams both playing so ...

Some of England’s top Touch players will get the chance to showcase the sport at the home of the national rugby union team this weekend. As well as a demonstration game during the half-time break of England’s Autumn International against Japan there will be interviews on the big screen, England Touch graphics and an article in the match programme. This demonstration will also h ...

The Federation of International Touch (FIT) has confirmed the entry of an 11th category that English players will be eligible for in the 2019 World Cup. A Great Britain Men’s 50s team has been entered, the deposit paid, and will be heading to Malaysia next April! Simon Ince, who represented England Men’s 45s at the 2016 European Championships in Jersey, spent the summer gauging ...

England Touch is giving its members the chance to voice their opinion as part of the Association's planning for 2019. 2018 was the biggest ever year for England Touch, with more tournaments, live streaming, hosting the European Championships and expansion of the Touch Nationals. Next year promises further growth and development, as well as the largest ever number of England tea ...

Loughborough University came out on top of this year’s opening round of the University National Touch Series, overcoming a strong Exeter Hurricanes side 5-3 in a highly anticipated Cup final at Maidenhead RFC. Exeter, who proved to be so strong in last season’s Uni NTS, boasted teams in all four finals proving their depth again this year. However, Loughborough came from behind ...

England Touch has announced the tournament dates for the 2019 domestic Touch season, along with the international competitions that the country will be playing in during the year. 2018 was the largest ever year for Touch in England, with more tournaments, more teams and more players competing across the country. New venues such as Nottingham RFC, Wasps RFC and Birmingham Mosele ...

The training squads have been announced for the 2019 Junior Touch Championships. In all 45 girls and 59 boys have been chosen for the first two training days in January and February, with age group squads then having three further training days before the final teams are selected. The Junior Touch Championships themselves are being held in Paris, France, between August 16th and ...

The 2018/19 University National Touch Series taps off in Maidenhead this Saturday, and the University of Exeter players are looking to build on their maiden Series success last time around. Exeter was the dominant force last time out, winning the majority of the Cup titles during the University NTS and sending multiple teams to most of the venues, too. Ewan Armstrong was part o ...

England Touch is now seeking individuals to help the Association continue its rapid recent growth, with a number of new roles having been created in the Events and Development departments. The Events department is seeking a Tournament Co-Ordinator and National Events Assistant to assist the National Events Manager in delivering the wide range of club and regional tournaments th ...

Two new appointments have been made to the England Touch management team. Head of Elite Logistics Pippa Bourke Pippa is an avid sports enthusiast and supporter of England Touch. As a Managing Consultant for an international boutique search consultancy within the regulated pharmaceutical industry, Pippa has extensive project and account management experience and is used to deal ...

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