Tag Rugby Corporate Challenge here to stay in London
Try Tag Rugby ran their inaugural Corporate Challenge tournament at London’s iconic Regent’s Park on Friday. Ten teams battled it out in sunny conditions for the title including companies such as Google, Yahoo! and Robert Walters.
Try Tag Rugby ran their inaugural Corporate Challenge tournament at London’s iconic Regent’s Park on Friday (25 May). Ten teams battled it out in sunny conditions for the title including companies such as Google, Yahoo! and Robert Walters.
With some outstanding Tag Rugby on display and many new players taking to the game for the first time, it was Tullett Prebon who stole the show, going through the tournament undefeated to claim the trophy!
Phibbers were victorious in Pool B with Robert Walters taking the title in Pool C. Meanwhile Goodman Masson’s Jack Retallack was awarded player of the tournament.
Try Tag Rugby CEO, Phillip Browne commented: “The Corporate Challenge has proved to be a successful and enjoyable event. The matches were played in good spirit and the facilities at Regent’s Park are first class. The after match presentations were a great chance for companies to network and make key contacts. This event will definitely be back on the calendar for next year!”
Then on Saturday (26 May), the Chargers of Finsbury Park were too strong at the mixed Tag Rugby tournament run at Old Deer Park in Richmond, which was run in partnership with Rugby Rocks. Taguila Shots from the Canada Water competition played exceptionally well but the experience and skill level of the Chargers got them over the line. Players enjoyed the several matches of Tag Rugby during the day and partied through the night with famous DJ’s Benji Boko and Zane Lowe entertaining the crowd. Rugby Rocks Richmond will be another event that will be back on the Try Tag Rugby calendar for 2013.
Meanwhile, Late Summer Tag Rugby registrations in London & Reading are now open. Late Summer competitions commence in late June/early July and are expected to break the current record season (Early Summer 2012) participation figures of 142 teams!
Leagues will take place at; Acton, Balham, Canada Water, Finsbury Park, Highbury, Hoxton, Reading, Richmond, Rotherhithe, Southfields, Wandsworth Town, West Ham & White City.
If you would like to get involved in one of the fastest growing sports in London, new team and individual registrations are welcome. 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 or event, go to www.trytagrugby.com or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more details.