RFU Touchline Magazine – September 2017 Edition
The new Tyrrells Premier 15s takes flight at Twickenham, while five new Rugby 365 England Rugby Artificial Grass Pitches reach completion around the country.
Rugby clubs, charities and not for profit organisations are invited to apply before 2 October 2017 for Try for Change large grants for projects using rugby union to change people’s lives.
A 22-year-old Gloucester & District referee shares his log cabin life in Alaska with a grizzly neighbour and has to make a run for it and English pitches get better and better with 1000 grafting groundsmen now signed up to Rugby Groundsmen Connected.
Brown becomes RFU CEO
Steve Brown was appointed RFU Chief Executive Officer at the start of this month after an extensive selection process led by Board Nominations Panel and the approval of the RFU Board. He began his new role on Monday 4 September.
Rugby 365 AGPs
Work is underway on five new Rugby 365 England Rugby Artificial Grass Pitches (AGPs) set for completion by next season in Cambridgeshire, Derbyshire, Durham, West Midlands and Yorkshire.
Try For Change
Comic Relief and England Rugby are inviting proposals for large grants to help fund projects using rugby union and its community to tackle a number of social challenges and aiming to have a significant and measurable impact on people’s lives.