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Galaxy London headed back to the capital with a double Cup success from both the Elite and Development National Touch Series legs held in Burton-on-Trent. The wins mean that while Galaxy have taken a firm control of the Development NTS with two Cup wins from two tournaments, in the Elite NTS there is a three-way tie at the top of the table going into Round 3 on July 16th. This ...

It is game on in Burton this Sunday as the Elite National Touch Series moves into the all-important second round. NQ Rebels top the league standings after winning in Banbury a fortnight ago, and with Burton RFC just a 90 minute drive from Manchester the geography and travel time is more in their favour than Round 1. But this also applies to Nottingham Hoods, who pushed the Rebe ...

The Development National Touch Series heads north this weekend, and welcomes more teams for the Round 2 clashes at Burton RFC. Essex Touch and Yorkshire Thorns both make their first appearance in 2022, with Percy Park Pirates coming back into the Development NTS for the first time in three years. Meanwhile PFT is showing its greater number of players by entering the club’s seco ...

The opening round of the 2022 Development National Touch Series saw national tournament debuts for Truro Trojans, Liverpool Otters, Nomads and Bedford Eagles. But England Touch is not just welcoming teams into the NTS, as more and more clubs are affiliating to the sport’s national governing body all the time. England Touch is rapidly approaching 200 affiliated clubs, leagues an ...

The Elite and Development National Touch Series tapped off in Banbury, and while there were plenty of changes up and down the tournaments, including a number of clubs making their debuts at either Elite or Development level, there were familiar faces receiving the Cup titles. After their successes in the Elite Men’s and Women’s NTS and at Paris Touch, NQ Rebels continued their ...

The domestic Touch season moves into Mixed tournaments over the next six weeks with the Elite National Touch Series, which taps off in Banbury this Saturday. The competitiveness seen in 2021 was taken into the 2022 Elite Men’s and Women’s NTS, and the Elite NTS is already looking too close to call. Wigan Warriors’ consistency earned them the 2021 title, but they will have a cha ...

The domestic Mixed Touch season continues on Sunday with the opening round of the 2022 Development National Touch Series in Banbury. It is all change in the Development NTS this season, with a number of teams having stepped up to the Elite level, five clubs making their debut in the NTS and another returning to national competition after a few seasons. The only teams from 2021’ ...

The England Touch Association (ETA), the national governing body for the sport of Touch in England, is seeking a new Chair and other Non-Executive Directors (NEDs) to join the Board. The ETA is seeking a highly skilled and experienced Non-Executive Chair to lead a dynamic and multi-disciplinary Board, and two other NEDs to support the executive in implementing the sports 2020’s ...

England’s national teams are taking on the best of Europe this summer, and you can help contribute to any success we have by helping our campaigns run as smoothly as possible. We are seeking Team Managers for the European Touch Championships in Nottingham between August 2nd and 6th, and the Junior Touch Championships in Vichy, France, between August 12th and 14th. England’s suc ...

The Federation of International Touch has unveiled the provisional draw for the 2022 European Touch Championships. In all some 60 teams from 17 European nations will be heading to Nottingham in the first week of August for five days of action, with 382 matches across the 10 standalone divisions, all increases compared to the previous edition of the tournament in 2018. The bigge ...

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