RFU Touchline Magazine – May 2015 Edition
May's Touchline is packed full of content with great stories including: the stratospheric success of the Marriott London Sevens, the important changes to be made to Age Grade Rugby, the countdown to the World Cup Trophy Tour and much more! With this month’s Touchline Education section also focuses on Age Grade Rugby bringing more opportunities for all, as well as the Festival of Rugby and your update on School, college and university level rugby.
Win your club a visit from a rugby legend
QBE recently took Chris Robshaw, his current club coach Conor O’Shea and his formative school coach Steve Shortland to meet coaches from his first rugby club, Warlingham RFC. The visit was organised to launch QBE My Coach – a national competition looking to reward coaches who have inspired and supported the success of amateur and professional players alike..
Stratospheric sales for Marriott Sevens
The galactic-themed Marriott London Sevens ticket sales have been out of this world and Saturday sold out over two weeks in advance.
Humungous haka at Northern Echo Arena
Darlington Mowden Park RFC recently attempted a new record for the world’s largest haka, with over 5,000 school children from the North East.
Henley Women track down conman
Last year, clubs were warned of a conman travelling the country posing as a club official to steal visiting rugby teams’ valuables until he met Henley WRFC.