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The squads that will eventually become the Seniors and Masters teams at the 2020 European Touch Championships have been named. In all 226 players have been named across the seven squads, with 44 clubs represented. As with the Opens squads, the Seniors men and women have been grouped together for the initial training weekends, with the Women’s 27s, Men’s 30s and Mixed 30s coming ...

The South East have earned the title of champion region following the completion of the 2019 Nationals tournaments. The August bank holiday saw the Opens and Juniors titles handed out in St Ives, with the Seniors and Masters having their time to shine in Nottingham last weekend (Sept 14/15). The South East lifted six of the 11 titles on offer, with the Sharks winning the Mixed ...

The Seniors and Masters Head Coaches have been announced for the new World Cup cycle. England will be building on some strong developments and achievements over the last 18 months, including bronze medals in the Women’s 27s and Women’s 35s categories at the 2019 Touch World Cup, a further three top-four finishes in the Mixed 30s, Men’s 30s and Men’s 35s, and strong performances ...

The Men’s and Women’s Open High Performance Training Squads have been named for the 2019 Autumn camps. As with the pre-World Cup months, the Men and Women will train together until November, with the Men’s Open, Women’s Open and Mixed Open squads then training together from December onwards. In all 40 men and 43 women have been chosen for the squads, with 21 clubs represented. ...

The work of volunteers is crucial to all sports, especially an emerging sport such as Touch. Awards Dinner The 2019 #OneEngland Awards will be held at Twickenham. This black tie event will recognise a host of volunteers along with winners from the domestic and international Touch scene. The 2 course plated meal, including drinks upon arrival will be held at the Home of Rugby, T ...

WHY ATTEND? For all coaches on the England Touch Coaching Pathway or coaches and players wishing to join at club, regional or national level. Delivered by the England Touch High Performance Team and Peter Bell - head coach of Team England and Touch Football Australia Hall of Fame - as well as special guest presenters. THE AGENDA Gain unlimited access to unrivalled knowledge fr ...

England Touch has today announced the appointment of Chris Simon as the Association’s new Chief Executive Officer (CEO). Simon is a familiar face in the Touch community thanks to his work to grow the sport in the Nottingham area. After establishing the first leagues in 2005 Nottingham now has a year-round operation with 40 teams and 400 players at its peak in the summer, includ ...

Men's Open The Men’s Open Division has been a two-horse race over the past 2 years with the South East Sharks and North West Blades wielding their dominance over the division at the business end of the competition; showcasing an excellent standard of touch in the 2017 and 2018 finals. Whilst the round games in 2017 and 2018 have been consistently close, the question remains ...

England’s junior teams recorded the country’s best ever results at a Junior Touch Championships this past weekend. Not only did all four teams win their respective categories, but between them they won 27 out of their 29 matches played, drawing the other two. In all there were 25 teams representing nine nations in four categories – Mixed 15, Boys 18, Girls 18 and Mixed 18 – wit ...

England’s four teams begin their Junior Touch Championships campaigns on Friday morning with hopes of medals in all categories. England Touch is sending teams in all available categories – Mixed 15, Mixed 18, Boys 18 and Girls 18 – and despite the anticipation of some strong competition the coaches are all looking to bring medals home from Paris. Wales and Scotland are the othe ...

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