Try Tag Rugby is pleased to announce that we will be adopting the 2022 International Rulebook for all their leagues and tournaments commencing from the 2023 Spring season*.
As we are continually trying to improve the service we provide we would like to get your views on what’s most important to you, what we do well and what we could do better.
Following feedback both directly and indirectly since the launch of the 2023 UK Tag Nationals we wanted to clarify certain decisions and update players on changes made to the nomination period.
We would like to wish all teams, but in particular the home nations, the best of luck for the upcoming Men’s, Women’s and Wheelchair Rugby League World Cups.
Try Tag Rugby’s Autumn Tournament took place on Saturday 8th October with summer-like weather for the teams taking part.
Now is the time to nominate yourself for the UK Tag Nationals 2023.
Since starting in March this year, Try Tag Rugby Edinburgh North, has taken the city of Edinburgh by storm. Clodagh Nic Lochlainn operates the licence part time alongside her full time job in a financial services organisation.
We have decided that the International Cup will take a break in 2022, ahead of a review of our minor tournaments before the 2023 events calendar is launched.
Don’t miss one of the hottest sports tickets this year and the opportunity to say, ‘I was there’. Get tickets to the Rugby League World Cup 2021 with Try Tag Rugby.
The 2022 British & Irish Cup took place over the weekend of 3rd and 4th of September at West Park Leeds RUFC with Ireland ultimately emerging winners in the closest contest in the tournament’s history.
The 2022 British & Irish Cup takes place this coming weekend (3rd/4th September) at West Park Leeds RUFC as Great Britain and Ireland once again go head to head in the annual tournament.
Great Britain Tag Rugby is proud to announce a new partnership with Oaklin that will see the organisation join the programme as an associate partner through to the Tag World Cup 2023.