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England Touch’s Regional Roadshows are back this spring, giving teams across the country the chance to enjoy some social competition, whatever their level of experience! Events will be run to the same format and organised by England Touch’s regional leads and will engage as many clubs and teams in their area as possible, regardless of whether they are affiliated to England Touc ...

Bath Hawks held off Exeter Hurricanes to not just win the Cup title at the final University National Touch Series event of 2021/22, but to take home the overall season crown as well. Bath and Exeter have been the two leading university clubs for a number of years, and their final was as competitive as would be expected. With double-points on offer in the final round of the seas ...

The University National Touch Series may have had its ups and downs weather-wise in 2021/22, but the spring sun is set to shine on Nottingham's Riverside Sports Complex for this Saturday's final round. Unsurprisingly, the sun has brought out a few extra teams, and there will be a season-high 26 teams in the East Midlands, with Surrey bringing two teams, Edinburgh making the tri ...

With our University Touch Series going from strength to strength, it was fantastic to see Bath, Bristol, Cardiff and Loughborough Universities taking Touch to the iconic and historic Arms Park Stadium in the heart of Cardiff and the shadow of the Principality Stadium. Organised by Cardiff University, a club that has blossomed both on and off the pitch this year, the tournament ...

England Touch Association Chair, Mark Croston, and Chief Executive, Chris Simon, have both reiterated the positive direction that the organisation is heading in, despite experiencing challenging trading conditions in the 2020/21 reporting year. At the end of the reporting year (end of September 2021) the Association was well on the way to breaking the 2,000 mark in terms of ind ...

As a late convert to touch in my late 40’s the chance to push my limits at the ERDS Masters over the weekend was one that was too tempting not to take up, writes James Warrener. I wasn’t alone as over 90 likeminded players braved the cold temperatures and threatening clouds to join a competitive and hard-fought competition. It was a chance to get out and play after what felt li ...

In the week of International Women’s Day, England Touch has taken another step forward in making the Association’s Board more representative with the appointment of a new Non-Executive Director. Amy Gardner will bring extensive experience from top level sporting organisations onto the Board, having been the Head of National Delivery at British Cycling for the past 18 months, wi ...

Lincoln Touch and Isle Touch Rugby are inaugurating the 'Mike Beard Lincolnshire Touch Shield' on 12th March at Lincoln Rugby Club. Mike Beard established Lincoln Touch in 2012 and was a well-liked face on the sport's national circuit. He sadly lost his life in March 2015 following a collision with a school bus while cycling to a rugby match. In recent weeks Sam Rowland from Li ...

The Federation of International Touch (FIT) has announced Vichy in France as the venue for the 2022 European Junior Touch Championships. Hosted by Touch France, the tournament will see Europe’s best and brightest juniors competing for glory in several divisions between Friday, August 12th and Sunday, August 14th 2022. England will go into the event as the reigning champions ...

Global Beach Rugby returns to St Anne's Beach, just south of Blackpool, at the end of March. Global Beach Sports host large scale beach sports events, promoting sport to the local community by bringing a range of sports and activities to the sand. They work with a number of national governing bodies and sports organisations, supporting the development of sport in the community. ...

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