RFU Touchline Magazine – March 2017 Edition
Your latest Touchline has an RBS 6 Nations flavour, with Prince Harry joining 12,000 fans at open training and 100 CBRE All Schools unveiling their new Canterbury kit on the Twickenham turf before England v Italy.
Ten clubs are celebrating Super Rugby status, the RFU having offered them, subject to contract, places in the new women’s domestic competition from September 2017.
England Women are touring New Zealand next June, playing Australia, Canada and New Zealand, before they compete in the Women’s Rugby World Cup in Ireland. And 24/Sevens, the fantastic community sevens series, is now open for all, giving fantastic opportunities to sevens players.
Prince Harry joins training
Prince Harry joined over 12,000 supporters from clubs and schools to watch the England senior squad take part in an open-training session at Twickenham Stadium.
CBRE All Schools unveil new kit
100 students from this season’s CBRE All Schools intake unveiled their schools’ new Canterbury rugby shirts on the Twickenham pitch before England v Italy.
24/Sevens national competition
The 2017 24/Sevens community sevens series is now open for all community clubs as well as new and existing sevens teams to enter.