With London’s spring weather noticeably getting sunnier and warmer, Try Tag Rugby’s spring leagues are now in full swing, and what a bumper season it will be.
With the 2014 spring season attracting 136 teams across the capital, this year’s spring season is already a record with team participation figures on 182 teams with one more spring league to commence.
Numerous leagues have sold out and leagues such as Barnes and Clapham Common were just one team away from selling out, so it’s going to be the best Try Tag Rugby spring season to date.
Most leagues are running with two or more divisions to cater for the various playing standards as well as a number of men’s leagues available.
It’s still not too late to get involved in the 2015 Try Tag Rugby spring season. Although many of the spring leagues have sold out for team spaces, there may still be room for individual registrations to join established teams in these leagues. New players are always welcome.
For all the up to date availability and to register for a spring league, click here.
Free Tag Rugby on Offer
If you’ve heard about Tag Rugby but you’ve never had a chance to play the sport, here is your chance to give it a go for free before the exciting summer seasons commence. With an anticipated 300 plus teams expected to take part in leagues across the country this year, why wouldn’t you want to get involved in one of the UK’s fastest growing sports?
Try Tag Rugby are putting on a number of free Tag Rugby taster sessions so you can come down, give Tag Rugby a go in a friendly, welcoming and non-competitive environment to see if Tag Rugby is for you before having to commit to a league.
The free Tag Rugby taster sessions cater for all experience levels, from the complete beginner who has never touched a Rugby ball all the way up to players who have numerous years’ experience in other Rugby codes such as Rugby League and Rugby Union.
The free taster sessions will be taking place in London, Thames Valley and Yorkshire across the month of April.
Canada Water – Tuesday, 7th April from 7pm
Wandsworth Town – Wednesday, 8th April from 7pm
Clapham Common – Thursday, 9th April from 7pm
Hyde Park – Thursday, 9th April from 7pm
Finsbury Park – Monday, 13th April from 7pm
Balham – Tuesday, 14th April from 7pm
East London RFC – Tuesday, 14th April from 7pm
Hyde Park – Wednesday, 15th April from 7pm
Richmond – Thursday, 16th April from 7pm
Shoreditch – Thursday, 16th April from 7pm
Acton – Monday, 20th April from 7pm
Wandsworth Common – Monday, 20th April from 7pm
Reading – Monday, 13th April from 7pm
Bradford and Bingley – Tuesday, 7th April from 7pm
Castleford, Featherstone and Wakefield – Wednesday, 8th April from 7pm
Leeds – Kirkstall and Headingley – Thursday, 9th April from 7pm
Leeds North – Lawnswood and Adel – Monday, 13th April from 7pm
Morley and Birstall – Saturday, 18th April from 11.30am
To find out more about Try Tag Rugby’s free Tag Rugby taster sessions in April and to register for a session, click here.
If you’re an Aussie or Kiwi new to the UK, if you get involved you will make a heap of new friends, keep fit and have plenty of fun. We hope to welcome you to a Tag Rugby pitch soon.