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The new year is here, so when does Touch kick off again?

It’s been a little quiet here over the past few weeks, but that’s about to change as the In2Touch 2016 calendar is full of leagues, competitions, events, referee courses and parties.

 
 

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Happy New Year to all from everyone at In2Touch, we hope you had a wonderful festive season with your friends and families and that 2016 will be a fantastic year for all.

If you’re looking to get the New Year off to a great start, then get your boots out the closet, gather the team together, and sign up to the upcoming 2016 Touch Leagues!

The In2Touch calendar kicks-off with the Winter Active Touch Leagues in Wandsworth. The leagues will be played on Tuesdays and Thursdays for 12 weeks, from the 19th of January.

In the past, this has been one of the best ways to get the body back into a working routine and gives you a boost during the colder first months of the year. All the active Touch players love this game as they can get working on their fitness all while being indoors, warm and cosy.

Then at the start of February, Sunday the 7th to be specific, the annual In2Touch Winter league starts on Clapham Common.

This is the normal 8-week league, with men’s, ladies and mixed divisions. There will also be a social mixed league once again, to encourage groups and individuals to take up the sport and slowly learn the game and rules.

Registration for the above-mentioned leagues are now open. To register your team, sign up as an individual.

Then head on over to the In2Touch website on www.in2touch.com for any more information.

Registration will open for the popular O2Touch Spring & Summer leagues in early February. It’s best to get your team entered as soon possible, as all our leagues do fill up very quickly.

If you do not have a team, do not worry. You have the opportunity to sign up as an individual, where our team will get you involved and playing at your desired venue.

Not able to play but still interested to get involved in this fast growing sport? Then become a referee and enjoy being part of the action.

Players and non-players are welcome to enquire about becoming a paid referee in the In2Touch, O2Touch and also England Touch competitions.

Look out for our upcoming referee courses online, which will be run throughout the year. Experienced referees and complete beginners are all welcome.

 
 

 
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