I don't know where to start, firstly I hope you are well, and for those with ankle biters, hope you're feeling the relief of schools hosting the kids for many hours of the day once more.
With the issuing of the road map out of lockdown, brings the fantastic news that we can return to Rugby from the end of the month, and early signs are its more or less where we left off, which is just amazing. Our volunteers within the Covid committee will be approving the refreshed risk assessments, and we can all look forward to seeing Home park being used for our favourite sport. The precaution that remains in place is the aspect of the summer months, this is still suspended with further details expected early April.
I have been engaged in Berkshire meetings and had a helpful presentation from Steve Grainger from the RFU, it is recognised that we have players who have missed out on huge development in the space of Rugby and skills, and therefore where we would be moving to new laws at each age-grade, these will be transitioned differently in the new season.
More information can be found on the RFU website Coronavirus (englandrugby.com)International Women's Day
Although its passed, it would be remise of me not to spotlight some of the amazing women involved in Rugby and particularly our wonderful club. Here's just a few:
Beki Davies - Club Coach Coordinator (CCC)
Marie Mylchreest - Club Volunteer Coordinator
Louise Harris - Team Manager U7
Sarah Tanner - Team Manager U8
Katherine Mather - Coach U10
Anisha Oram - Team Manager U12
Bev Alexander - Shop coordinator
and of course all our rocking Dames and Damsels.