Girls love their Tag Rugby in London
Last Sunday was the first of the free Ladies day Tag Rugby sessions for the year. The venue was Tooting Bec Common in Balham, with London turning on another gorgeous day and a great turnout by the girls!
By Phillip Browne
LAST Sunday was the first of the free Ladies day Tag Rugby sessions for the year. The venue was Tooting Bec Common in Balham, with London turning on another gorgeous day and a great turnout by the girls!
The free Ladies days, run by Try Tag Rugby, are a chance for female Tag Rugby players to work on their skills, increase their rugby knowledge and most importantly, have a good time! The sessions include warm up drills, tagging drills, attack/defensive drills, line running, modified games and an all ladies friendly match.
The next free Ladies day will be held on Tuesday, 17 April at Hyde Park starting at 6.30pm. All welcome to attend.
Try Tag Rugby will also be running two free taster sessions for those curious about Tag Rugby and wanting to give it a go first before deciding whether to commit to a competition. These taster sessions will be run on 15 April (Tooting Bec Common) & 17 April (Hyde Park). All details can be found at Trytagrugby.com
Meanwhile, interest has been high for the upcoming Finsbury Park Tag Rugby Festival to be held this Saturday, 31 March. The one day event will be run in two divisions with an A grade and a social grade with an estimated 16-20 teams expected to be taking part.
If you would still like to get involved in a Spring competition, there is limited space available at the following competitions; Acton (Mon) – Females, Highbury (Mon) – Males, Southfields (Tues) – Females, Barnes/Highbury/Kingsbury (Thurs) – Males/Females
New individual registrations are welcome as this is a great chance to develop a network of friends if you are new to London.
To register for a Try Tag Rugby competition, go to www.trytagrugby.com or email email@example.com for more details.