Tag Rugby – Information from Babs

Dear Parent,

Our next Tag Rugby Festival of the season is on Saturday 3rd March at Garmony. We will have an 11.45am start to allow Iona PS to travel up for the festival, finishing at approx. 1.15, giving enough time to change and have a bite to eat before the kick off of the Senior Mull RFC team v Glasgow Uni Medics at 2pm! Please stay and support! Rugby players should be changed ready to start at 11.45am, bring football/rugby boots (if they have them) and warm and waterproof clothing. Hosts for this festival are Bunessan PS and Iona PS and parents who will provide juice and snacks for all the children taking part.

All teams will play each other with the winner on the day having the honour of taking the Golden Rugby Ball back to their school until the next Tag Rugby Festival. This will be on Sunday 29th April!!

Having launched our NEW AWARD in partnership with the Mini Rugby Section of the club, we were delighted to award this prize for Recognition of commitment and service to the game of Rugby to Logie Johnston, a P7 pupil at Bunessan PS. Tag Rugby coaches and Mini Rugby coaches will together, select a player each term who shows commitment to the Tag Rugby Programme and Mini Rugby Section, including attending training and playing in festivals and competitions. Any other involvement in the game of rugby will be considered for this prestigious award. The chosen player for last term, January to Easter was presented with his award at our last Tag Rugby Festival and is also recognised on the Term Time Outstanding Rugby Player Board.

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