22 Jul 14
Mini rugby has been given a boost in Oakdale after the local club received over £800 in grant funds from Sport Wales.
Clubs and individuals continue to be encouraged to sign up to the WRU Join the Beat recruitment campaign.
Everyone across Wales is invited to make their way to their local rugby club to discover how they can Join the Beat, by playing an active role in the national sport of Wales. People of all ages can find out how to become a volunteer, coach, referee, match official, first aider, administrator or player.
The doors of Welsh rugby clubs are always open for individuals not currently involved in the game, to step inside and find out more. It doesn't matter how old or how young someone is because community rugby in Wales, is a game run by volunteers and reliant on strong participation levels.
Clubs can also register specific recruitment events or programme to entice players and volunteers into the game. Join the Beat is now a year round scheme, so clubs can run an event any time and still receive support. If you want to run an event or programme but are in doubt about where to start contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can support you to grow your club.
- Register your Club here to host a Recruitment Event
- Register your Club here to run a Recruitment Programme
- Register your Club's interest in running Max the Minis Programme
- Register your Club here to host an Emergency Aid training course
- Register yourself as an individual looking to get involved with a Club in your local area
- Find an Event at a Club near you