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A unique event occurred at the 2016 Belief NTS Finals in Manchester as not only did it not rain all day, it also marked a special occurrence that will be hard to top!Over many seasons Jon Lovell has competed in the tournament series, representing Cambridge Touch, and in taking part in the season Finale he completed an aim of many seasons as it marked his 50th Consecutive appear ...

Congratulations to all the winners in the 2016 Touch Nationals. The 3 day event was the biggest of its kind, ran by England Touch and was a huge success.22 teams from 8 regions in 6 divisions battled it out in our biggest Nationals on record.WinnersX15s Winners- Northern StarsX18s Winners- Northern StarsMasters Winners- Southern SamuraisMixed Open Winners- Southern SunsWomen's ...

The Team behind The Team! European Championships 2016, 9 England Squads, 144 players, countless games! Preparation for a tournament of this size takes hours of planning, preparation and training, not only for the players and coaches but also for the support staff. 10 Physiotherapists, 5 Massage Therapists and 4 Sport Scientists make a large contribution to this preparation in o ...

The 19th August 2016 marked the beginning of an epic weekend for Junior Touch.After months of preparation, 59 juniors from across England headed off to Arnhem, Holland to compete in the third annual Junior Touch Championships.The venue was the National Sports Centre at Papendal, a high performance centre that is proud to host Dutch National Teams and Olympic Champions and the f ...

England Touch has commenced the process to appoint Head Coaches for our teams to compete in the new European Federation of Touch Permit Premiership (EFTPP) tournament in 2017.While names are still TBC, there will be three England Permits and six England EFTPP teams (see a map of the Permit boundaries here): Southern Permit Women’s Open Men’s Open Western Permit Women’s Ope ...

Nine England teams competed in this year’s biennial European Touch Championships in Les Quennevais, Jersey.The event was attended by 14 nations, 53 teams and 793 players. England had 144 touring players in attendance making them the highest represented nation at the event.In a dominant display, England finished with six top-ranked teams with three teams coming second, giving th ...

Bournemouth and Poole Touch Group were delighted to welcome over 100 players to their "Olympic" themed Touch event last Saturday to mark the launch of their England Touch Affiliated group thatoffers an all inclusive minimal contact sport for all.The community sports festival ran from 9am- 6pm at Iford playing fields thanks to the support of Bournemouth Council's Parks Departmen ...

RespectRespect for the opposition instils in children that conflict is also healthy.TeamworkTeaches essential social skills, co-operation, team spirit and sportsmanshipCompetitionPromotes motivation to achieve and a healthy sense of competition.FUNBrings boys and girls from all backgrounds together to have FUN!PersonalityDeveloping an ‘on field’ personality can help children le ...

[av_textblock size='' font_color='' color='']England Touch is proud to announce the first ever National Schools Touch Championships. This will see the first tournament specifically open to school teams coming together to battle it out for a national title. The tournament will be run over one day playing under the Federation of International Touch Rules.[/av_textblock][av_textbl ...

Having topped the group in previous Euros and narrowly missing out on a gold medal to Scotland in Swansea 2014, Coach Wright and his squad were determined that this time around that they were ready to take on the challenge in the beautiful Island of Jersey. The goal, to win a gold medal for England, and once more be crowned the Senior Mixed European champions wasn’t going to be ...

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