Tag Rugby Programme Finals Day – Saturday 20th May 2017 – Garmony

Information from Babs Whyte – Active Schools

Our Final Tag Rugby Festival of the season will be held on Saturday 20th  May, on the morning of the Annual Sevens Tournament, at the home of Isle of Mull RFC, Garmony Playing Fields. The Festival will kick off at 10.30am and finish at approx. 12.00. Players are requested to be changed, ready to start at 10.30am. Players should bring football/rugby boots (if they have them) and warm and waterproof clothing.

We ask that all parents/guardians contribute to our event by providing some sandwiches/cakes for hospitality. Tag Rugby Players will receive food and refreshments, served from the patio doors in the main hall. Spectators may purchase food and refreshments from the clubhouse kitchen hatch.

Finals Day is organised as the result of points accumulated throughout the season. We will have 2 Leagues with one League playing for the Scarlett Cup and the other playing for the Garmony Quaich.

The Team who have gathered the most Fair Play points throughout the season, including Finals Day, will be awarded the Fair Play Trophy. Winning teams will hold trophies at their school until next year’s Finals Day! At this stage all teams are on equal points in the Fair Play Trophy, therefore Finals Day will be the decider on which team takes this Trophy home. The team who have amassed the most league points throughout the season will take the Golden Rugby Ball back to their school until the start of next year’s Tag Rugby Programme.

Any problems/queries please get in touch with myself or Fergus

Yours in Sport, Babs Whyte,

ASC Mull & Iona

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