Needing to brush up on your passing or eager to learn those moves to unlock tight defences? Starting from Monday July 6th, Try Tag Rugby will be running coaching sessions throughout West Yorkshire on tag specific fitness, defence, attack and other key skills to bring your game to the next level!
The training sessions will be for up to 5 participants, run in blocks of 3 weeks. We will run a second 3 week program once the initial block of coaching comes to an end if our regular leagues are unable to restart by that point.
The coaching sessions are aimed for those players who play at a beginner up to an intermediate standard of Tag who haven’t received Tag specific coaching before. Experienced and higher level players are of course more than welcome to sign up for the practice! The 3 week sessions cost £145 in total for a team of 5, or £29 per player to sign up individually.
Get signed up!
If you’ve been dreaming about how to run those intricate moves, wondering how to defend the ruck or want to get some specific fitness beneficial for Tag Rugby, then sign up below at the following links. Our 7.45pm session at Kirkstall is now sold out. Due to demand, we’ve added an additional session at 6.30pm.
Individual or Small Group (5 or less) Registration
Leeds Kirkstall 16/07 (2 weeks) – 6.30pm. Register here
Keeping us all safe!
Try Tag Rugby will be adhering strictly to the latest government guidelines and have set up some guidelines of our own. The wellbeing and safety of our community is our #1 priority and we also ask for your support in following the Health & Safety guidelines we are putting in place. These will be further detailed on signing up but they will include:
– players to arrive no sooner that 15 mins before your scheduled training time
– safe hygiene is practised by washing hands with sanitiser before the session begins
– rugby balls will be cleaned as often as practical by coaches. At a minimum before and between sessions
– social distancing to be respected by all participants
– there will be no tagging as current guidelines would not allow for such activity