16 Feb 16
More than 40 children from 10 schools in Carmarthenshire and Bridgend County have enjoyed a day out at Parc y Scarlets as part of Wales Deaf Rugby's Community Project.
The entire population of Wales is again being invited to make their way to participating rugby clubs to discover how they can Join The Beat, by playing an active role in the national sport of Wales. People of all ages will be able to find out how they can become on and off the field volunteers, coaches, referees, match officials, first aiders, administrators and players.
The doors of Welsh rugby clubs will be thrown open on the weekends of the month of August in 2012 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.
On the day, the people who know the answers will be on hand to offer advice and ensure anyone who wants to get involved can start immediately.