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    Edinburgh Academical Football Club

    Walking touch 50+ with Edinburgh BATs Rugby Walking touch rugby is a non-running, non-contact version of rugby union for men and women and this new initiative is designed to provide a fun and safe way to get some exercise and enjoy the many benefits of team sport. Our community walking touch sessions run weekly on a Monday from 10am till 11am at Raeburn Place, Stockbridge the home of our partner club Edinburgh Academicals FC. Coffee and tea in the clubhouse afterwards. For more information, please email Iain.
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    Harlow Rugby Club

    Do you want to do some gentle exercise, get a little fitter and have some fun then join us at Harlow Rugby Club. Everyone of all ages is welcome, Men & Ladies, those who have never passed a rugby ball “in anger” and ex-players. The emphasis is on fun and making friends, we’ll make sure there’s time for a rest and a chat! Please contact us or just turn up on the night. You will be made to feel welcome!
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    Dursley RFC

    Walking rugby is a great way to keep active and fit especially for those who find running a bit of a challenge. It is basically touch rugby, with participants walking rather than running. Open to men and women and you do not have to have any rugby experience to join or enjoy it. Contact: Simon Bilous
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    Burgess Hill Rugby Football Club

    Walking Rugby is a fun team game that is accessible to people of all ages and abilities. Whether you are an established player or you’re new to the game, Walking Rugby is a much simpler version of the traditional rugby game. Less physical than a standard game of rugby, the aim is to participate, compete and most importantly, enjoy yourself. How many players are on each team? Depending on the venue and the ability of the players, there are normally between five and 10 players per team. How long does a game last? Each match is played in four quarters, each lasting up to
  6. Come and join our walking rugby! It will improve your health and wellbeing (plus you will meet new people). All ages welcome! The Old Plymothians and Mannamedians RFC (OPM) meet every Tuesday from 2.30pm to 4.30pm / Friday from 6.30m to 8pm at the King George V Playing Field in Elburton. Walking Rugby is a slower, non-contact version of the game, and is particularly suited to retired players, those recovering from injury and illness, and anyone wishing to stay fit and active. It’s like Touch Rugby but without the running, and is suitable for all genders. If you, or anyone e
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    Eastleigh RFC

    It is intended to be a simple version of Rugby suitable for ex-players, injured players and non-players of all ages, abilities and gender who enjoy an active and physical, above all, competitive passing game using a rugby ball. Most players will probably be approaching or past retirement age and no longer able or prepared to indulge in full-on rugby as played by those younger. Contact Alan or Andy for more information
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    Stockport RUFC

    Stockport Touch Rugby & Walking Rugby A weekly Touch Rugby group of players of all abilities. We meet every Monday at 7:30pm at Stockport RUFC. £3pp (£1.50 students/Junior Club members FOC) for a hour of rugby based fun & fitness. Open to men, women, non-club members, over 13s. Whether you play Gods great game already or want to relive those school rugby dreams or just want to try something completely new while keeping fit, then Touch Rugby is for you. If you are after a slower pace then alongside the Touch rugby is walking rugby completely FOC and aimed at those lo
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    Stourbridge RFC

    Are you a retired player, returning from injury or just in need of a fitness fix? Stourbridge RFC is delighted to announce that the Club has secured funding from the National Lottery to host sessions of walking rugby. Walking rugby is a simplified version of rugby, suitable for all ages, abilities and genders. It is a competitive passing game, ideal for ex-players, injured and rehabilitating current players and those interested in trying the sport without any prior experience. Sessions will have an emphasis on keeping fit, socialising and having fun, refreshments will be provi
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    Colchester Rugby Club

    This is a Group for members who enjoy exercise, the great outdoors and lots of fun in a light hearted environment with plenty of laughs. The Group has been playing and enjoying walking rugby since it was established one year ago. The Group meets every two weeks on Wednesday afternoons at 2pm for one hour at the Colchester Rugby Club. As usual there is no charge but a £1 donation per session to the Rugby Club funds please. Sessions begin with a structured warm-up where muscle groups are focused upon so that mixed teams of up to six players prepare well for four seven-minutes playing quarte
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    St Mary's School

    Guildfordians Rugby Club - Walking Rugby Walking rugby is a competitive passing game played with a rugby ball suitable for ex-players, injured players, non-players of all ages, abilities and gender. It’s especially suitable for over 50s and great for cardio-vascular health. Just like touch rugby but slower. No running, no kicking and no tackling, this is an opportunity to have fun and gentle exercise. Anyone can play. Sessions comprise warm up exercises, some skills training followed by some games. Walking rugby is much simpler than the 15 a side contact game so it doesn’t matte
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    Guildfordians Rugby Club

    Guildfordians Rugby Club - Walking Rugby Walking rugby is a competitive passing game played with a rugby ball suitable for ex-players, injured players, non-players of all ages, abilities and gender. It’s especially suitable for over 50s and great for cardio-vascular health. Just like touch rugby but slower. No running, no kicking and no tackling, this is an opportunity to have fun and gentle exercise. Anyone can play. Sessions comprise warm up exercises, some skills training followed by some games. Walking rugby is much simpler than the 15 a side contact game so it doesn’t matte
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    Dalkeith Rugby Club

    The Uncoachables The council’s Ageing Well team, which organises health and wellbeing initiatives for the over 50s, kicked off Midlothian’s walking rugby in 2016. There are games on every Friday at Dalkeith Rugby Club from between 2.30pm and 3.30pm. It is free to play and Dalkeith Rugby Club kindly allows the council to use their facilities. Each session is run by a trained Ageing Well volunteer (at no cost to the club). Between 12 and 16 people turn up most weeks to enjoy a game and a hot drink and a blether afterwards. Although the game is free, team members can pay £3 per hea
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    Alfreton Leisure Centre

    This is a low impact, slow paced version of rugby. Walking Rugby is for anyone aged 50 years old and over. Sessions are adapted to cater for all backgrounds and experiences of Rugby. Veterans of the game are welcome as are newcomers. This sport is slightly different to it's higher impact counterpart and, as the name suggests, running is forbidden. Players cannot pass the ball higher than shoulder height, there are also no high tackles – or indeed any tackles – and, crucially, no scrums, rucks or mauls. Instead, players are allowed to hold onto the ball for no more than three seconds befor
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    Amesbury Rugby Club

    Amesbury RFC Walking Rugby play at Century Park, 10.45 on Tuesday mornings and 6pm on Thursday evenings. Walking Rugby is the fastest growing version of rugby with new clubs springing up all over the country. This simplified version of rugby is played by people of any age but is particularly suitable for people 40 years + and there is no upper age limit - many participants are over retirement age. People of all genders and abilities can play and it is a great way to regain and or maintain fitness, players include former rugby players, those recovering from injury or illness and th
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    Seaford RFC

    Seaford Walking Rugby - Seaford Shape Shifters All you need is to turn up in some loose, easy fitting clothes with appropriate footwear. We will do the rest. For all ages and abilities. Improve fitness, wellbeing and social life.
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    Blaydon RFC

    Blaydon RFC, in collaboration with RFU introduce Walking Rugby on AGP at Crowtrees Walking Rugby improving fitness levels in a safe environment and enjoying the social activity around it. The game is mixed gender, suitable for ex-players, players rehabilitation and non-players who want social exercise and for all abilities. Visit the club website for further information.
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    Stratford Park Leisure Centre

    Walking Rugby is a slower paced version of the sport which is accessible to all regardless of age, health and ability. Walking Rugby has experienced a strong organic growth in recent years and has acted as the catalyst in attracting many people back into playing Rugby due to its various health and fitness benefits and a strong sense of fun and enjoyment. The sessions allow community cohesion and social inclusion, bringing people together in the community and being able to get together before and after sessions. Walking Rugby is a non – contact sport and is suitable for both females and ma
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    Winchcombe Sports Hall

    Walking Rugby is a slower paced version of the sport which is accessible to all regardless of age, health and ability. Walking Rugby has experienced a strong organic growth in recent years and has acted as the catalyst in attracting many people back into playing Rugby due to its various health and fitness benefits and a strong sense of fun and enjoyment. The sessions allow community cohesion and social inclusion, bringing people together in the community and being able to get together before and after sessions. Walking Rugby is a non – contact sport and is suitable for both females and ma
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    Longlevens Rugby Club

    Walking Rugby is a slower paced version of the sport which is accessible to all regardless of age, health and ability. Walking Rugby has experienced a strong organic growth in recent years and has acted as the catalyst in attracting many people back into playing Rugby due to its various health and fitness benefits and a strong sense of fun and enjoyment. The sessions allow community cohesion and social inclusion, bringing people together in the community and being able to get together before and after sessions. Walking Rugby is a non – contact sport and is suitable for both females and ma
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    Kendal Rugby Club

    Kendal 'Auld Greys' Walking Rugby - We are a walking rugby group who meet at Kendal Rugby Club every Wednesday, 2:00pm to 3:00 pm (followed by a celebratory cuppa) on the all-weather pitch. The only qualification is that you are at least 55 years old - inclusivity is the key to the club, so whether you've played rugby or not (we can show you how), you are male or female, or whatever, you will be made to feel welcome!
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    Newport Gwent Dragons

    Walking Rugby, supported by ABUHB and sponsored by Centerprise International, takes place every week at the home of the Dragons. Walking Rugby Explained: It is a fun team game Accessible to people of all ages and abilities Non-contact, slower paced version of rugby Participate, compete and most importantly, enjoy Walking Rugby Benefits - Improved: Physical health Well-being Self Esteem Relaxation Social Inclusion Positivity Concentration Motivation For more details contact Gareth Sullivan
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    Stoke RUFC

    Ever thought you are told old for the game but still want that same old feeling of being involved in Team, mixing and making new friends and feeling that rugby spirit again. Why not come down on a Monday evening and join in with the Walking Rugby. It’s open to all. Socialise, have fun & make friends. Try a new activity and get fitter. Get back playing with old teammates. FREE and open to all, ideal for those aged 50+
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    Trafford MV RFCC

    Trafford MV have a great new sport for the over 50's on Wednesday evenings. Walking Rugby is a non-contact version of the game based on Touch Rugby format where a tackle is a 2 handed touch. Walking is at a pace to suit the individual participants. Tries are scored to determine the winners and healthy competition is encouraged. The game is ideal for older former players and new comers alike. Coaching in the rules is ongoing through game play. The sport is fun and can be as energetic as you want it to be and is followed by a social chat over a drink in the clubhouse if desired.
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    Manchester RUFC

    We are pleased to be running Walking Rugby sessions on Wednesday evenings in conjunction with Sale Sharks Community Trust. The sessions are open to those aged 50 and over and all abilities. Launch sessions will consist of 60 minutes physical activity and 30 minutes social activity in the clubhouse. Physical activity sessions will be tailored to those taking part. More information email or call Vicky Irwin
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    Chester RUFC

    Working with Sale Sharks, we will be offering Walking Rugby at Chester RUFC. Join us to experience the game at a slower pace. No special equipment necessary. FREE and open to all abilities. Bring a friend along and join us for a drink in the bar after too! We shall see you there.
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