Principality Stadium Touch Finals

Regional winners from each division of WRU leagues – Saturday 21 April 2018, 5.30 – 7.30, schedule to follow

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Fixtures for 24 May 2018
At Trelai Park, Vincent Rd Ely Cardiff
1 Cathedral Mitres v Introteach
2 Mr & Mrs v Prince Charles Hospital
3Geldards v Varsity Vandals
6 Wannabeez v Pontcannah Panthers
7 Kiwi Dragons Dvpt v Phoenix Youth
8 Allweddol v Play it Rwgbi

1 Coyotes dvpt v ASBRI
2 Varsity Vandals v Dodging Dragons
3 Crafty Devil All Dayers v Bog 1 Zulus
4 PB Banditos v NPTS Pinks
6 Vale Humpties v Jubb
8 Play it Rugby v Bassaleg Blues

8 pm
1 St Teilos v Plasmawr Sticks
2 The Boat Shed Bandits v BBC i Player
4 Tigers Rebooted v Canton Cougars
6 DFT v Pantheriad

No play next week during the school half term holiday as there are often too many disruptions with teams asking to rearrange fixtures due to unavailability.
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Dates for this summer’s touch rugby at Heol Trelai Ely 2018

Monday leagues Men’s and women’s divisions

Intro night the day after Monday bank holiday Tuesday 8 May

Then Monday May 14, 21
Week off during school half term May 28
Resume June 4, 11, 18, 25 July 2

Playoffs July 9
Contingency dates for rain July 16, 23

Thursday leagues mixed and men’s teams

Thursday Intro night – 10 May

Then May , 17, 24
Week off 31 May half term
June 7, 14, 21, 28

July 5,

Playoffs and finals July 12
contingency weeks for rain July , 19, 26

Entry Details

The 2018 competition is due to kick off on 3 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…