didi rugby News

Find out what’s happening and keep up to date with the latest news from didi rugby.

Ryan is relishing life after didi rugby Reading graduation

Rugby-mad Ryan is relishing life at Abbey RFC after three-and-a-half years of lots of fun, learning and activities with didi rugby Reading. Read More

didi rugby is a family tradition for the Dearing family

Harrison Dearing is carrying on the family tradition and is thriving at didi rugby classes after elder brother Jacob graduates to club rugby. Read More

didi rugby Nottingham Charlotte is flying high

Young didi rugby Nottingham coach Charlotte Chaston has been putting her rugby skills up against some of the best young players in the country. Read More

didi rugby and Leicester Tigers launch exciting new partnership

didi rugby are delighted to announce a ground-breaking new partnership with the best-supported rugby club in the country, Leicester Tigers. Read More

Local interest ‘tremendous’ for imminent launch of didi rugby Devon

Interest for the launch of didi rugby Devon has been ‘absolutely tremendous’. The launch takes place at Crediton RFC on Saturday 19 February. Read More

High-flying Jaz is on the crest of a wave

Having recently taken over successful didi rugby South Wales, Jasmine Joyce is also flying in her own playing career Read More

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Children running, playing rugby

didi rugby is ‘the way forward’ for Old Coventrians RFC

didi rugby is certainly ‘the way forward’ for Old Coventrians RFC mini and junior chair, Jane Waterhouse after the last 12 months at the club.

A woman in a blue leotard lifts a heavy weight above her head

didi coach Emily gets national recognition in weightlifting

didi rugby Harrogate’s assistant coach, Emily Barber, is familiar with success both on the rugby pitch and weightlifting mat. 

A blonde-haired girl crawls through a tunnel holding a rugby ball at one of our nurseries. She is smiling.

NEWS: Free session and children’s book reading for nurseries and pre-schools

Would your children like a fun run-around while learning new skills? Would they like to then settle down to be read a book which promotes friendship and resilience?