South London won the 2020 London Origin Series with a 3-2 series win over North London on Saturday.
As a COVID-Secure sport, Try Tag Rugby will be largely unaffected by the latest government guidance prohibiting groups of six or more socialising.
Squads for the 11th annual London Origin Series have been named, with games taking place on Saturday 12th September.
An update on the Autumn Tournament, TagFest London and the Spring Tag Rugby Tournament.
Saturday 29th August, marks 125 years since the sport of Rugby League was born. Although Try Tag Rugby have not been there for all of its journey, we are proud to have been its official partners since 2014.
Try Tag Rugby Events & Partnership Manager, Toby Hartley has stepped down from his position after almost three years in the role.
Try Tag Rugby are excited to announce that they will be introducing both men’s and women’s Adult (14+) Tag Rugby Leagues for 4 weeks, starting 5th September in Leeds and Wigan.
Try Tag Rugby are currently looking for more men and women to become referees in our leagues.
Get your friends to give tag a try this autumn and you could win a FREE season.
With contact Rugby League not expected back until at least the start of October, we are inviting men’s and women’s Rugby league teams in and around the Leeds and Wigan areas to #GiveTagATry.
Try Tag Rugby has today, Friday 7th August 2020, been cleared to play by Government officials following an enforced shutdown due to the Coronavirus pandemic.
If you’re signed up to one of our upcoming Leagues, which start throughout August, please ensure you read the following information carefully at least a couple of days before you’re due to play.