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The Elite Men’s and Women’s National Touch Series will step up several notches on Sunday when the teams head to Burton RFC in the north Midlands. James Warrener looks ahead to the action. With six pitches and both pool and knockout series matches to conclude, there will be great action all day with live streaming of pitch 1, which will cover both Womens and Mens key pool matche ...

The Development Men’s and Women’s National Touch Series moves on to Round 2 in Burton tomorrow with over seven hours of action. James Warrener has your preview. There is a broad spread of geography in competing clubs with Crewe, Leeds and Exeter all being represented in Staffordshire. Field 1 will be live streamed with the important pool games, key knockout matches and finals b ...

The Men’s and Women’s National Touch Series (MW NTS) got underway with a competitive weekend in Oxford. The sun shone on the Elite teams on Saturday afternoon, and the sport’s traditional powerhouses came to the fore once again to set out their stall for the season. On the Men’s side of the day London Scorpions showcased their all-court game with a clinical performance in the C ...

The 2022 club calendar taps off in Oxford on Saturday with the opening round of this year’s Elite Men’s and Women’s National Touch Series. After a long winter of training this is the first opportunity for some of the best players in England to take on their friends and rivals from clubs across the country, with Oxford RFC once again playing host. All of the pools show the poten ...

The 2022 Development Men’s and Women’s National Touch Series heads to Oxford for its opening round this Sunday. There are a number of significant developments for the Development Men’s and Women’s NTS this year, with England Touch mirroring last year’s Mixed NTS by using the same venue for both the Elite and Development Men’s and Women’s NTS across the weekend, and all three to ...

The England Touch Association (ETA) and EV2 Sportswear have today announced a new apparel partnership which will extend until at least to the end of the 2024 domestic and international season. Part of the EMU Fourex group of companies, EV2 Sportswear has been supplying bespoke sportswear to the industry for over 40 years. The company’s UK arm has been operating for a decade and ...

Four England teams have been announced for the 2022 Junior Touch Championships. This year’s event, the first Junior Touch Championships to be held since 2019, are returning to France, this time to the Sports Centre De Vichy in the heart of the Auvergne-Rhones-Alpes region. England are the reigning champions from the last edition, taking home the Gold medals in the Boys 18s, Gir ...

Pershore Touch is showing that Touch Rugby is a sport for all ages with a thriving Third Age Touch programme which is growing all the time. Third Age Touch (3AT) is keeping the retired community of the Midlands town active with slightly adapted rules, training sessions and fun games, all followed by plenty of social opportunities to introduce players to new friends, too! Persho ...

The England Touch Association is launching an exciting new initiative to make Touch more sustainable, and we need your help in shaping its priorities. From plastic pollution to global heating, participating in Touch can both contribute to the problem and suffer from its consequences. Who hasn’t had a Touch match disrupted by some form of freak weather? Freakish extreme heat and ...

University Touch Manager Jack Harris casts his eye over what has been a memorable and record-breaking 2021/22 season. Season Champions Bath Hawks Bath knew what they had to do to be crowned Champions at the finals and went about it with poise and precision. Bath have consistently proven themselves, winning the Men’s competition at the start of the year, then R2 South and R5. Th ...

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