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Try Tag Rugby Yorkshire & Manchester donate 100 balls to the Tag Rugby Trust

by | Jan 23, 2019 | Manchester, News, Yorkshire | 0 comments

Try Tag Rugby Yorkshire and Manchester, were delighted to be able to handover 100 used balls to the Tag Rugby Trust on Tuesday. The balls, that had previously been used in our leagues and events, will be put to use by the trust in the great work they undertake to change people’s lives through sport.

The balls were handed over to Tag Rugby Trust ambassador Lindsay Anfield, who is the current Castleford Tigers Women’s Super League coach and England Women’s Rugby League Assistant coach.

Try Tag Rugby National Franchise Manager, Carl Duckels, who handed over the balls commented “It’s great to be able to find a home for these balls, and hopefully in a small way help contribute to the work of the Tag Rugby Trust. Although used, the balls still have plenty of life left in them and they will hopefully be able to bring the joy of Rugby to many people’s lives”.

To find out more about the Tag Rugby Trust please visit their website by clicking here. The Tag Rugby Trust always welcome donations of old playing kit and equipment, for more information on donating kit and other ways to get involved with the Tag Rugby Trust please click here.

Try Tag Rugby run weeknight leagues and one-day events for adults throughout the year in BristolCoventry & WarwickshireLondonManchester, the Thames Valley and Yorkshire. If you are live outside of one of the areas that we run leagues and you would be interested setting up a franchise please click here.