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Exeter made the most of home advantage by lifting both the Cups in the first ever University Men’s and Women’s National Touch Series event. Exeter continued their good form from the main Uni NTS into this one-off event for the current academic year, with their Women’s 1 team winning all three of their pool games before going on to beat Bristol in the semi-finals and Northern B ...

England Touch has today reaffirmed the Association’s focus on increasing participation numbers at all levels of the sport with the announcement of Tom Hewson-Haworth into the new position of Head of Participation. The role supersedes the previous Development Director position, which has been put on hold while England Touch reviews its organisational plans for the next three-to ...

The 2020 club season taps off in west London this Saturday with a full house in the opening round of the Emerging Men’s and Women’s National Touch Series. Sixteen Men’s and 10 Women’s teams will be heading to Acton, home of Wasps RFC, for a full day of action. And, building on last year, the tournament will see both individual club sides and teams made up from a number of club ...

England Touch has announced the Lions and Lionesses teams which will be heading to the 2020 All Schools in Brisbane. Australia has been a regular destination over the past couple of years for England representative sides, with Men’s and Women’s Open teams both taking part in the New South Wales State Cup. And now England Touch is extending the opportunity to play in Australia ...

England Touch has today announced the Girls 20s and Boys 20s Head Coaches that will guide the teams through to the 2021 Youth Touch World Cup in Manchester. Leah Cuthbertson has been appointed the Girls 20s Head Coach. An experienced operator within the High Performance set-up, she has represented England at multiple international tournaments and led the Mixed 18s to Junior To ...

Manchester City Council is looking forward to welcoming the world’s best young Touch players to the city in 2021. It was confirmed by the Federation of International Touch earlier this week that Manchester will be the next host city of the Youth Touch World Cup in July 2021. Nations from across the world will be sending boys, girls and mixed teams in the Under-20 and Under-18 ...

The Bhubesi Pride Foundation (BHF) is looking for players to represent their Mixed Social team at the 2020 Bournemouth 7s Music and Sport Festival over the weekend of May 22-25! The Social Touch competition is on Sunday, May 24th, but the whole weekend is an experience not to be missed as you will be among 400 Touch, rugby, netball, dodgeball, hockey and volleyball teams plus ...

England Touch is hosting its first Referee Conference on April 4th! This event is ideal for all referees on the England Touch Refereeing Pathway or referees and players wishing to join at club, regional level, and will be delivered by a range of experts in the field of officiating, along with special guest presenters. You can book via your online membership account or by ...

Exeter University Hurricanes had to battle Storm Dennis as well as their opposition as they took home another Uni NTS cup after beating the Bath Hawks 3-1 in Loughborough. Fifty mile an hour winds weren’t enough to stop the fourth round of the 2019/20 Uni NTS, which saw Exeter's first, second and third teams all take home awards. The Hurricanes once again found themselves in a ...

The Regional Leads for the next 12 months have been announced. Regional Leads are a crucial cog in the pathways within the England Touch system, organising teams to compete at the Nationals and being the first port of call for advice and help for clubs throughout their area. Regional Leads are responsible for: Managing all high performance activities within a region Devis ...

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