Kent RFU and the local RFU delivery team recently added a new category to the Kent RFU end of season awards.
Witham sits on the Roman road from London to Colchester and its most celebrated resident was Dorothy L Sayers, but their rugby club may yet add the name of an England rugby player to the list of the town’s best known locals.
This season Cheshire clubs have moved away from cup competitions and launched their first Quilter Kids First Festivals.
We first met Kiera Paul Jones when she was one of the coaches nominated to take part in the Mitsubishi Volunteer Reward Recognition Programme in July 2017.
Executive Committee Decision: Laws of the Game – new Law 9.19
At the end of July, a small group of coaches found themselves having a coaching away-day with Eddie Jones.
At the beginning of last season, the Match Official Technical Advisory Group (TAG) agreed to review existing referee report forms and to create a new Match Official Developer Pathway. This followed concerns raised by societies over the plethora of report forms and the lack of development of referee observers (and other similar titles) and referee coaches.
As we all make preparations for the coming 2018/19 season, I wanted to take a moment to reflect on the past year and to say a huge thank you for your contribution to this great game of ours over the past year.
Experienced coaches, Patrick Jerram and Rob Honeyman talk about the benefits of endorsing Age Grade Rugby and the Codes of Practice that support it.
The RFU is delighted that there are now 2,000 coaches and teachers who have downloaded and committed to following the Age Grade Codes of Practice.