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England Touch and Koi Sports CIC have announced a ground-breaking project to use Touch to help the rehabilitation of prisoners back into mainstream society. This agreement will see the two organisations work together to create sustainable education and employment pathways for low-risk offenders and ex-offenders from within mainstream and minority communities, which will lead t ...

Bath Hawks finished 2018 on top of the Uni National Touch Series after wrapping up a Cup title for the second time this season. Touch has shown repeatedly throughout the last 12 months that it is a sport for all seasons, and this was the case in Bristol, with bitterly cold winter conditions the first obstacle that the teams faced. However, this did not hinder the high spirits ...

Saturday sees the Uni National Touch Series head to Bristol for the final tournament of a packed 2018 for England Touch, where 14 teams will be representing nine universities in the West Country. Loughborough 1 and Bath 1 have shared the two Cup titles won so far in the 2018/19 Uni NTS, but it is overall Series reigning champions Exeter 1 who lead the table by virtue of their ...

England is sending Men’s Open and Women’s Open teams to Australia this week to test themselves against some of the world’s top Touch teams at the 2018 New South Wales State Cup. Both teams have been included in the top seeded groups of their respective divisions along with outfits from across New South Wales, one of the biggest hotbeds of the sport. The Men’s Open A competiti ...

RS Components, the trading brand of Electrocomponents plc, a global multi-channel distributor, has committed its support to England Touch by becoming a Men’s Open team sponsor at the forthcoming New South Wales State Cup. The State Cup is the number one tournament in New South Wales and will see England come up against some of the top teams in Australia as preparations for the ...

Bath Hawks became the second Cup winner of the 2018/19 Uni National Touch Series. The Hawks – overall champions in 2016/17 – overcame hosts Exeter by a single touchdown in the Cup final. Bath had an unbeaten morning, beating Exeter 2, Oxford and Surrey en route to the knockout stages. Exeter’s third team were seen off in the quarter finals, then Bath’s second team in the semi ...

Loughborough Students Touch head to the south-west this weekend looking to build both on their University National Touch Series Round 1 success in Maidenhead and a recent rapid expansion in numbers and status in the East Midlands. This weekend’s hosts, Exeter, have been one of the leading lights on the University Touch scene with the numbers of players and teams both playing s ...

Some of England’s top Touch players will get the chance to showcase the sport at the home of the national rugby union team this weekend. As well as a demonstration game during the half-time break of England’s Autumn International against Japan there will be interviews on the big screen, England Touch graphics and an article in the match programme. This demonstration will also ...

The Federation of International Touch (FIT) has confirmed the entry of an 11th category that English players will be eligible for in the 2019 World Cup. A Great Britain Men’s 50s team has been entered, the deposit paid, and will be heading to Malaysia next April! Simon Ince, who represented England Men’s 45s at the 2016 European Championships in Jersey, spent the summer gaugi ...

England Touch is giving its members the chance to voice their opinion as part of the Association's planning for 2019. 2018 was the biggest ever year for England Touch, with more tournaments, live streaming, hosting the European Championships and expansion of the Touch Nationals. Next year promises further growth and development, as well as the largest ever number of England t ...

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