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Vicky’s Blog: “My 2020 felt like it lasted about three years!”

didi founder and CEO Vicky Macqueen opens up on an incredible 2020 which has brought untold challenges - but many rewards. Read More

didi rugby Walsall to launch on Saturday 12 December

The launch of didi rugby Walsall will take place on Saturday 12 December and head coach Michelle Higgs cannot wait to welcome local children and parents. Read More

Alex Matthews cannot wait for didi rugby Worcester launch

England and Worcester Women star Alex Matthews cannot wait to launch didi rugby Worcester on 5 December at Worcester Rugby Club. Read More

The ‘didi rugby pod’ is out now on Spotify, iTunes and more

The much-anticipated first episode of the brand new ‘didi rugby pod’ is out now featuring England captain Sarah Hunter! Listen to it on Spotify, iTunes etc Read More

Zachary’s heart-warming story at didi rugby Leicester

Follow four-year-old Zachary's heart-warming story at didi rugby Leicester classes at Birstall RFC as coaches go 'above and beyond' to make him happy. Read More

A letter about lockdown from didi founder Vicky Macqueen

didi rugby CEO and founder Vicky Macqueen writes an open letter to members and says: 'We will be right by your side through the next 4 weeks of lockdown." Read More

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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

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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.