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England Touch has been awarded £28,000 from Sport England’s Sector Partner Fund to help the Association continue to operate through the lockdown and enable it to put plans in place to get more people playing the sport. Designed to support key partners in immediate financial need, the £5 million Sector Partner Fund is part of Sport England’s £210 million support package to help ...

England Touch is setting sights on a successful 2021 European Touch Championships with the announcement of the initial High Performance Training Squads. The premature conclusion to the 2020 High Performance programme has given the whole HP team the opportunity to review, consolidate and improve as England looks to maintain its place as the top nation in Europe and build towards ...

Winner of the England Touch Workforce Award ‘Inspiring Others’ 2019, Kevin Hattersley is a volunteer player and coach for a range of clubs in the North West region. Every day he is involved in a rugby-related activity which he juggles around his full-time job and family commitments.   Kevin’s motivation to volunteer stems directly from his personal experiences. Having had ambit ...

England Touch’s management has noted and welcomed the UK government’s announcement of July 9th, 2020, with the latest return-to-play guidance for team sports. The government has requested that all sports provide a structured assessment of the transmission risk and mitigations which will be put in place to minimise said risks in order to take the next steps towards full training ...

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