RFU Touchline Magazine – February 2018 Edition
The latest edition of Touchline sees a bit of a redesign and lots of good news, whether it’s Eddie Jones’ contract being extended or Eminem destined for two sold-out concerts at Twickenham Stadium.
There’s all the reasons why we need to respect and welcome our referees, and why we’d have a great time at the new World Rugby Museum.
Manchester Village Spartans get accreditation as well as providing rugby for adults regardless of gender, sexuality or rugby ability. Percy Park are cleaning up with their new changing room suite and Hartlepool’s U14s are getting together again with a former team mate – in Dubai.
Don’t forget to also read our latest Education Supplement with all the news from our schools, colleges and universities.
Jones extends contract
The RFU has extended England Rugby head coach Eddie Jones’ contract until August 2021, it having previously ended after the Rugby World Cup in Japan in 2019.
World Rugby Museum now open
This month has seen the opening of the new World Rugby Museum at Twickenham Stadium. With the award-winning museum open in time for the NatWest 6 Nations Championship, fans have been flooding in and impressed with the fun, fascinating and informative new set up.
Celebration for Spartans
Updated 10:11 - 26 Feb 2018 by Poo Baah
Manchester Village Spartans RUFC recently celebrated joining over 600 other clubs across England in becoming an official RFU Accredited Club. Accreditation helps clubs to become stronger, more effective, efficient and provides a framework to show what a club is doing, how it does it and where it can improve.