Hello Amateurs, hope you all had a wonderful Christmas out there in Amateur Rugby World. Think of all your professional cousins who had to abstain from the mince pies and glasses of sherry!
A lot of clubs play an internal club fixture this time of year – Young uns VS Old uns – or some other variation. If you are one of these clubs then I hope the game was played in the right spirit and you had a good Christmas booze-up afterwards!
I’d love to hear about some of your Christmas rugby traditions. What do you do that makes your game special? Write in at email@example.com
And, if you’re at a club that doesn’t have a regular intra-club fixture at Christmas, why don’t you think about starting one next year – it really is a great way to build bonds within the club and make more memories.
I’ve got some absolutely banging interviews for you coming up in the New Year. We go in-depth on subjects like:
Men’s mental health
Player pathways and of course, plenty of fun stories along the way.
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Now, if you listened to my short Christmas episode, you’ll know that I’ve personally gotten a lot out of producing the podcast so far. But I’d really like to help you as well.
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So, lastly, have an incredible 2020 and do everything you can to keep our great game flourishing. Happy New Year, oh and don’t forget, if you or someone you know needs a website, please get in touch.
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