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didi rugby Burntwood and Willenhall launches ready to go

World Cup winning-coach Graham Smith is leading the launch of didi rugby Burntwood and didi rugby Willenhall which will bring plenty of fun to all Read More

didi rugby classes are given the green light to return outdoors

didi rugby classes have been given the green light to return to outdoor sessions from March 29 and indoor classes from April 12. Read More

didi rugby live half-term sessions reaches over 30,000 people

didi rugby's live online coaching sessions on Facebook during the February half-term reached over 30,000 people Read More

Vicky’s Blog – Schools should be measured on physical activity provision

Vicky's Blog: When lockdown ends, schools could be measured on their physical activity provision for children. Vicky Macqueen says it needs to happen. Read More

AMBASSADOR: Jodie Ounsley heard the amazing news at Nandos

New didi rugby ambassador Jodie Ounsley was eating at Nandos when she got some of the best news of her life. Find out what was in a card from her Read More

AMBASSADOR: Professional rugby referee Sara Cox is didi rugby’s latest ambassador

Professional rugby referee Sara Cox is didi rugby’s latest ambassador. She is keen to support youngsters learning ‘valuable social skills’ from an early age. Read More

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didi rugby Burntwood and Willenhall launches ready to go

World Cup winning-coach Graham Smith is leading the launch of didi rugby Burntwood and didi rugby Willenhall which will bring plenty of fun to all

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didi rugby classes are given the green light to return outdoors

didi rugby classes have been given the green light to return to outdoor sessions from March 29 and indoor classes from April 12.

didi ambassador Natasha 'Mo' Hunt

didi rugby live half-term sessions reaches over 30,000 people

didi rugby’s live online coaching sessions on Facebook during the February half-term reached over 30,000 people