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The ETA, In2Touch, and the RFU now have a working agreement that aims to expand our sport of Touch,  into previously uncharted territory.Exciting plans are afoot to grow awareness of our sport and widen participation levels.  See the official press release which includes statements from the ETA's President, Gregg Cropper; RFU's Head of Rugby Growth, Alastair Marks; and In2Touch ...

ETA President Gregg Cropper lifts the 'Overall Home Nations 2013 Champions' trophy aloft.Having barely touched back down onto home soil, England Touch Association caught up with our President, Gregg Cropper, on his feelings and initial thoughts in the aftermath of Home Nations 2013 in Dublin, Ireland:"WOW, what an amazing weekend! 6 out of 8 categories won and 2nd place in the ...

The ETA welcomes its newest affiliates, Mawsley Touch, to the England Touch scene.  Are you in the Northampton area and looking for a club to play Touch at this Summer?  Send your enquiries to Mawsley Touch (near Kettering) via the Mawsley Touch website or visit their dedicated page on Facebook.  We hope to see Mawsley Touch at an ETA Challenge Touch Series (CTS) tournament soo ...

England Men's 35s squad Assistant Coach and player, Nathan Joyce, (pictured bottom row, far left) takes us down memory lane with an inspiring interview on how much Touch has evolved in England since this photograph of a British entry into the 'All Nations' tournament held in Christchurch, New Zealand, in 2005.  Nathan began playing Touch in 1994, when he was living in Cardiff a ...

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We are the players. We are the supporters, willing us on. We are the medals, waiting to be won. We are the touchdowns, waiting to be scored. We are the men and women of all ages. We are the talent of today. We are the potential for tomorrow. We are one team. We are England Touch