Wheelchair Rugby is a team sport for male and female athletes with a disability.
The aim is to score goals by crossing the opposing team's goal line while in possession of the ball. The ball may be passed, thrown, batted, rolled, dribbled, or carried in any direction subject to the restrictions laid down in the rules.
The team scoring the most goals by the end of the game is declared the winner.
Formats include a 4-a-side Paralympic Game, a 5-a-side game (5's) played at the Invictus Games, and a youth 5-a-side offering (8-17).
- Youth 8-18yr olds
- Senior - 18+
- Two formats - Paralympic: Strict Classification or Invictus/5's: More inclusive
- Contact sport
Location: Fairwater Leisure Centre CF5 3LL
Training Day/Time: Sunday 0900-1000hrs
Contact: Owain Marchbank at firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Llantrisant Leisure Centre, CF72 8DJ
Training Day/Time: Tuesday 1030-1330hrs
Contact: Paul Jenkins email@example.com or Fran Jenkins firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Llandarcy Academy of Sport, SA10 6JD
Training Day/Time: Sunday 1300-1500hrs
Contact: John Voss email@example.com
Location: Glyndwr University, LL11 2AW
Training Day/Time: Thursday 1000-1300hrs
Contact: Mark Baines 07855 317241 firstname.lastname@example.org or Anthony Stackhouse email@example.com
Location: Pembrokeshire College, SA61 1SZ
Training Day/Time: Thursday 1900-2000hrs (Seniors) 1800-1900hrs (Youth)
Contact: Jane Hayton 07967 140474 firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Cwmbran Stadium – NP44 3YS
Training Day/Time: Tuesday 1700-1900hrs (Seniors)
Contact: Chris Garrett: 07773 312 662 Email: Chris.Garrett@aneurinleisure.org.uk Twitter: @DragonsWRT or look up on Facebook
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