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Following feedback from our member clubs England Touch are offering an Open Cup Tournament (MWTC) to be held on the Sunday at 2 NTS/CTS weekends. This will provide clubs with further opportunities to develop players & referees and also allow us to promote the Men’s and Women’s game before the Euros.It is an open champs and will not count for NTS/CTS points, so can be used i ...

We are pleased to announce a new member of the committee.Rich King joined the team in 2016, having previously led Oxford Touch club as its chair from 2009 until 2015. He is responsible for all membership, affiliation, and insurance matters, including  administering the membership process for individuals, clubs, leagues, and events affiliated to England Touch.Rich's ex ...

A new year, a new venue. The SMX met for another training session in Nottingham at the brand new facility based at Rushcliffe School.The day's wake and shake began with an opening run to get the fresh cold air in to the lungs and their bodies ready for the day's schedule.The squad were led on a journey around the local area, finishing on the 'Hill of Doom' as they powered their ...

The first 15s training session got underway this weekend coinciding with the first snow of the year. The weather didn't deter the would-be hopefuls as 50+ juniors descended on Northampton school for boys.The pitches blanketed white and the air hard and frosted, the day started with much needed warm ups and as ice and snow formed on the balls their skills shone warmly through th ...

England kicked off 2016 in style by organising 3 x Level 1 referee courses on 9 January.The course in Nottingham (presented by Graham Smith) saw 13 participants, whereas the two courses in London (presented by Nicolas Van de Rijt) had 12 participants each. With participants coming from as far as Lincoln and Eastbourne, the courses can be deemed a huge success.We hope to see all ...

Following a successful pilot year England Touch will launch the DTS in 2016 with three regional divisions, which will feed a final in September. England Touch has already identified 4 hosts for DTS teams to enter that will act as larger “national” tournaments across the year that will contribute to club points in a North, Midlands and South Divisions. Further tournaments that w ...

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