March Bears Rugby Club introduces walking & touch rugby activities every Monday at Elm Road open to public
March Bears Rugby Club at Elm Road in the town has introduced two new activities which are both open to the public, male or female.
The first is “walking rugby”, which is a form of “touch” rugby designed for the older person or those recovering from an accident or illness, every Monday at Elm Road from 6.30 to 7.30pm.
A small fee will be charged but the first week is free as it is for those who are already members of the club.
Anyone who enjoys this will find, if they are doing it on a regular basis, then joining the club will be a cheaper alternative.
The second activity is touch rugby, which is designed for in all probability those who are fitter and maybe younger.
Essentially it is the same rules as walking rugby but played at a far higher pace.
For both activities you don’t need to know the laws of rugby as you will be encouraged and coached.
There is no need to book in advance; just turn up slightly before 6.30pm.
Rugby boots are not essential; but if you are playing touch rugby they will give you grip.
There is no dress code, wear what makes you comfortable.