Leeds Rhinos popular Tuesday Touch Rugby programme has yet again been a huge success as the final session culminated in a performance on the Headingley Carnegie pitch.
The six week programme delivered by Leeds Rugby Foundation has averaged at around 60 attendees per week with the chance to play on the Leeds Rhinos training pitch an obvious attraction.
The final session was held last Tuesday on the famous turf of Headingley Carnegie, the home of Leeds Rhinos, with the players, both old and young, receiving the ultimate reward for attending each enjoyable session.
Sam Horner, Leeds Rhinos Leeds Rugby Foundation’s Club Development Officer, commented:
"Touch Rugby has gone from strength to strength week by week. I would like to thank all who have supported it this year to make it another huge success.
"We at the Leeds Rugby Foundation take pride in the programme because it is inclusive to all genders, abilities and the mixture of age groups from 14 to 70 makes it a fantastic programme for all," he continued.
"We will now look ahead to Winter Touch and I am sure it will be just as enjoyable for both staff and participants as it has been in previous years."
For more information contact Sam Horner on: firstname.lastname@example.org.