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Touch rugby grows in popularity

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Minch Touch rugby is going from strength-to-strength.

Formed in 2004 by JP Cory, as the ‘Old Ruckers’, to enable those too injured or old to play contact rugby an opportunity to continue their rugby careers.

Starting out on the playing field of Minchinhampton Primary School and the Common and then moving to Hayward’s Field before the whole club was able to purchase Hollybush.

Minch Touch Rugby Pics: Simon Pizzey

Over the years Mixed Touch Rugby has become massively popular and the club has responded to this demand.

The junior section was formed four years ago by Adrian Danks and now has several players at the national level with the u15 girls forming part of the overall winning squad last month and becoming English national champions.

L to R ; Martha Danks, Patrick Bell, and Lily Banning Wilde Junior Touch Nationals Wild Cats Team members. Pic: Simon Pizzey

All sections of the club enjoy Touch and over 14s upwards play alongside the senior members of the club.

The club welcomes all who would like to try touch rugby from school Year 4 upwards male and female and offer three for free sessions to all new members.

Coach Mark Pollard Pic: Simon Pizzey

The sessions take place on Thursdays – 6.30 pm – 8 pm at Hollybush, GL6 9BD. For more details, contact Mark on 07790951125

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