Latest Update 2021

I hope you have survived lockdown and even benefitted with extra time with your family.  After last summer’s absence of organised sport including touch,  I’m hoping we can get some modified competition up and running in line with WAG,  WRU and WTA guidelines and protocols.

These guidelines currently allow under 18’s training and will soon be followed in early May by seniors and then limited interclub games of ‘touch and pass’ which resembles the modified game rugby players enjoy before union training sessions.

Currently the big,  multi team tournaments such as that which we run is not scheduled for an early commencement.  However, if this situation alters, we would look to start ASAP if there is an appetite for it.

Therefore, could you let me know if you would enter a team if there was a smaller condensed competition this summer.

Similarly, if you are looking to do any individual inter club games and would like these refereed, please let me know if I can help.

God bless you
Dave Swain

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Dates for this summer’s touch rugby

Monday leagues Men’s and women’s divisions

Intro night the day after Monday bank holiday Tuesday 7 May

Then Monday May 13, 20
Week off during school half term May 27
Resume June 3, 10, 17, 26, July 1

Playoffs July 8
Contingency dates for rain July 15, 22

Thursday leagues mixed and men’s teams

Thursday Intro night – 9 May

Then May 16, 23
Week off 30 May half term
June 6, 13, 20, 27, July 4

Playoffs and finals July 11
Contingency weeks for rain July , 18, 25

Entry Details

The 2019 competition is due to kick off on 7 May. So team captains, you need to get your teams entry forms complete and paid for as soon as possible.

You can either fill out an online entry form, or download and print a hard copy.

Payment can either be by cash, cheque or Paypal.

Book and pay now to ensure your team’s place.

Touch Rugby Wales

Touch Rugby Wales has been delivering great touch tourneys since 1991 in Cardiff. In that time we have seen the tournaments grow from 24 teams in 1991 to over 100 teams each season.

Touch Rugby Wales is run by Dave Swain, a Kiwi who ‘came for a look’ and stayed…