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Wigan Touch Warriors and Yorkshire Thorns will be going head-to-head this weekend representing the respective Foundations of Wigan Warriors and Leeds Rhinos in a special tournament being held at Wigan St Cuthberts RLFC by the RFL. The pair will also be going up against a team from Warrington Wolves as the RFL seeks to use Touch as part of its community offering. Both the Englan ...

The England Touch Equality, Diversity and Inclusion (EDI) working group has been reflecting on its inaugural year having firmly put in the foundations on a journey to ensure that Touch is a sport for all. This past year has seen the introduction of an EDI policy, a trans, non-binary and gender diverse policy, a diversity survey amongst our High Performance camp, a formalised pa ...

The 2021 Nationals drew to a close at a sun-drenched Oxford RFC, with the four titles being split across three regions. West Wildcats and North-West Blades secured their first titles of 2021 in the Girls 15s and Boys 15s respectively. Both of these competitions were played out across round-robin stages, with the Wildcats winning a best-of-three series against South-East Taipans ...

The 2021 Nationals ends this Sunday with the Juniors the focal point of attention at Oxford RFC. In all 15 teams will compete across four categories, namely Boys 18s, Girls 18s, Boys 15s and Girls 15s, with most regions represented in one of the tournaments. The action taps off at 10am with all teams playing 30-minute matches with a five-minute half-time and five minutes betwee ...

The five titles were shared between three regions at the 2021 Seniors and Masters Nationals, staged at the home of Nottingham RFC. The torrential rain and wind of the Opens Nationals were a distant memory when the opening matches tapped off in warm but blustery conditions at Lady Bay, and thanks to the hard work of the Nottingham ground staff no one watching in person or on You ...

The 2021 Nationals heads into its second weekend in Nottingham this Saturday and Sunday, with the Seniors and Masters taking over Lady Bay, the home of RFU Championship outfit, Nottingham RFC. The pitches have recovered after their battering in the rain which swept over the Opens Nationals and are ready for 58 matches across five categories during the two days. In all 21 teams ...

The three Opens trophies headed to the South-East at the end of the opening weekend of the 2021 Nationals, but the Sharks and Taipans had to battle hard for the silverware. The derbies between the two teams, both in the round-robin and finals stages, were understandably hard fought, with the finals in particular belying terrible conditions to be outstanding matches in their ow ...

After a very competitive Elite and Development National Touch Series concluded in Oxford, attention now shifts to Nottingham and the 2021 Nationals, which will be staged over the next three weekends. Six regions will be represented in the Men’s and Women’s Opens, with five in the Mixed Open, and over the course of six 40-minute matches in the space of two days we will find out ...

Oxford Rugby Club was the venue for the final weekend of the 2021 Elite and Development National Touch Series, and the action on the field did not disappoint! Wigan Touch Warriors (Elite) and Cheltenham Tigers (Development) went into the final rounds of their respective Series sitting at the top of the table, and both teams reached the required stages of the tournament which ke ...

This weekend witnesses the conclusion of the National Touch Series as we move to Oxford for the third and final round. In the Elite event on Saturday, Wigan will be looking to continue their top form and with it claim the overall series title. On 92 points, they lead London Scorpions by six, with a further six-point gap to third with Hot Custard, Cambridge Hornets, Nottingham H ...

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