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Rugby 7s and Touch Players Needed for 2016 (Men & Women) Read more »

Rugby 7s and Touch Players Needed for 2016 (Men & Women)

Find Rugby Now is looking for more male and female players to add to our invitational rugby 7s and mixed touch rugby teams, which will be competing in tournaments around the UK this upcoming summer in 2016. Trials for both the men’s and women’s invitational…


FRN Announces Rugby 7s Coaching  Team Leave a comment Read more »

FRN Announces Rugby 7s Coaching Team

Find Rugby Now (FRN) is thrilled to announce its coaching staff for the 2016-2017 season for its men’s and women’s invitational 7s sides. Try-outs will be hosted on March 5th 2016 in London. If you are interested in playing invitational 7s, please email sevens@findrugbynow.com if…


RFU 's Artificial Grass Pitches Initiative: Is It A Good Idea? Leave a comment Read more »

RFU ‘s Artificial Grass Pitches Initiative: Is It A Good Idea?

At the last RFU Council meeting in December an announcement was made that the RFU will fund 100 floodlit artificial grass pitches (“AGPs“) over the next four years for grassroots rugby. The idea for the AGP strategy is, in theory, a very good one. These…


Former FRN 7s Player Joins NZ Sevens squad Leave a comment Read more »

Former FRN 7s Player Joins NZ Sevens squad

We are thrilled to announce that former Find Rugby Now 7s player, Billy Ropiha, has been selected to join the New Zealand Sevens squad to prepare for the Wellington round of the World Series. Ropiha will be joining the team along with Sonny Bill Williams…


FRN Seeking Rugby 7s Coaches Leave a comment Read more »

FRN Seeking Rugby 7s Coaches

Find Rugby Now is looking for coaches for its men’s and women’s rugby 7s teams for 2016. Our men’s and women’s teams include a combination of amateur and semi-professional players and we are in need of coaches that can provide specialist rugby 7s coaching advice.…


Is Grassroots Rugby Really Thriving? Leave a comment Read more »

Is Grassroots Rugby Really Thriving?

In a recent article in the Telegraph, Steve Grainger, Rugby Football Union’s development director, stated that rugby is thriving at grassroots levels. This article was shared on Facebook amongst a number of my friends scattered across the country and a very different picture seemed to…


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