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Rugby Development: Leisure Rugby

Touch Programmes

WRU Touch Leagues

Touch rugby is a great way to socialize whilst keeping fit and leading a healthy lifestyle. There will be organized opportunities for adults to join competitive leagues with their friends and family, and the opportunity to progress from regional to national competitions.

The WRU Touch Leagues run from May - July every summer. For full details visit www.wrutouch.co.uk

Touch rugby in schools

Across Wales, the WRU are delivering a coordinated approach to schools touch rugby. Using a hybrid format of Touch, Atomic Touch is being delivered by the participation officers to year 7 and 8 pupils in secondary schools across the nation, which also includes regional tournaments and a national end of year tournament linking in with the URDD at Gemau Cymru.

http://www.urdd.org/en/gemaucymru/what-gemau-cymru

Year 9/10/11 pupils are also having an opportunity to play Touch through opportunities to attend Touch Festivals organised by WRU Player Development Officers.

These Programmes are delivered in the spring and summer terms to ensure more young people are enthused to play the game and continue playing in community programmes throughout the summer.

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