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Pathway to Participation

Pathway to Participation

The Welsh Rugby Union has published its Pathway to Participation for community rugby. The detailed plan, with an initial focus on a summer of fun formats of the game to help ease players of all ages back into contact rugby, is set to give the National Game a much-needed boost following the understandable impact of the COVID pandemic, and to ensure the community game bounces back to full health and strength.

Players under the age of 18 are already set to return to organised training from Saturday 27 March, pending confirmation from Welsh Government this week. And now, providing the public health conditions remain favourable, tag and touch rugby fixtures for those players (u18s) could be sanctioned from April 1 within their own districts. Measures around training and matches will remain subject to Welsh Government guidelines including access to facilities and any relevant travel restrictions. There will be no spectators at this time and it will be vital that parents / guardians attending for safeguarding reasons continue to abide by all Welsh Government guidance.

 

For Coaches During Training Sessions please find below helpful resources:

Below are links to resources for coaches to explore the benefits of Touch Rugby in training sessions and to help prepare for Touch Rugby games.

Click here for U7 - U8 Touch Rugby sessions

Click here for U9 - U11 Touch Rugby sessions

Click here for U12 - U18 Touch Rugby sessions

 

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