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Vision Impaired Rugby E15 14 March

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London

COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

The sport has grown in popularity since it launched 4 years ago with people playing across the UK. The main differences between mainstream rugby and VI rugby are that the ball contains small ball bearings, or bells, to make it audible, you do two-hand touch tackles (essentially like touch rugby). But, you still score in the same way, you pass to one another in the same way, and you work as a team in the same way.

This allows the game to be safe and accessible.

The gameplay takes into consideration a wide range of sight conditions whilst maintaining the fundamental codes, laws and spectacle of rugby.

Why not give it a try! It’s free and is going to be running every month with expert coaching available.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  Starting 14 March 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

VI Rugby 25 April in E15

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
25th April 2020
Cost:
FREE


COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

The sport has grown in popularity since it launched 4 years ago with people playing across the UK. The main differences between mainstream rugby and VI rugby are that the ball contains small ball bearings, or bells, to make it audible, you do two-hand touch tackles (essentially like touch rugby). But, you still score in the same way, you pass to one another in the same way, and you work as a team in the same way.

This allows the game to be safe and accessible.

The gameplay takes into consideration a wide range of sight conditions whilst maintaining the fundamental codes, laws and spectacle of rugby.

Why not give it a try! It’s free and is going to be running every month with expert coaching available.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  25 April 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

VI Rugby 11 April Cancelled

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Cancelled
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
11th April 2020
Cost:
FREE


 VI Rugby 11 April in E15 Cancelled

We regret to inform you that the VI Rugby on the 11 April will be cancelled with immediate effect; until further notice. This is due to the current health situation.

Metro Blind Sport advises checking the latest government Coronavirus advice: link here  and the NHS advice on infection control: NHS Advice

COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

The sport has grown in popularity since it launched 4 years ago with people playing across the UK. The main differences between mainstream rugby and VI rugby are that the ball contains small ball bearings, or bells, to make it audible, you do two-hand touch tackles (essentially like touch rugby). But, you still score in the same way, you pass to one another in the same way, and you work as a team in the same way.

This allows the game to be safe and accessible.

The gameplay takes into consideration a wide range of sight conditions whilst maintaining the fundamental codes, laws and spectacle of rugby.

Why not give it a try! It’s free and is going to be running every month with expert coaching available.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  11 April 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

Vision Impaired Rugby 28 March E15

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
28th March 2020
Cost:
FREE


COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

The sport has grown in popularity since it launched 4 years ago with people playing across the UK. The main differences between mainstream rugby and VI rugby are that the ball contains small ball bearings, or bells, to make it audible, you do two-hand touch tackles (essentially like touch rugby). But, you still score in the same way, you pass to one another in the same way, and you work as a team in the same way.

This allows the game to be safe and accessible.

The gameplay takes into consideration a wide range of sight conditions whilst maintaining the fundamental codes, laws and spectacle of rugby.

Why not give it a try! It’s free and is going to be running every month with expert coaching available.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  28 March 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

 

 

Vision Impaired Rugby 14 March E15

Vision Impaired Rugby in East London
Venue:
Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Time:
10.00 am - 12.00 pm
Phone:
07956 292 046
Date:
14th March 2020
Cost:
FREE


COME AND TRY VISUALLY IMPAIRED RUGBY!

Organised by Metro Blind Sport, The Change Foundation and East London Sports Association.  Monthly Sessions are Free to all.

In recent years, The Change Foundation (TCF) in the UK, with its visually impaired coaches and players, has developed VI rugby as a seven-a-side touch version, played with an adapted ball that makes a noise to help players locate it when it’s moving.

The sport has grown in popularity since it launched 4 years ago with people playing across the UK. The main differences between mainstream rugby and VI rugby are that the ball contains small ball bearings, or bells, to make it audible, you do two-hand touch tackles (essentially like touch rugby). But, you still score in the same way, you pass to one another in the same way, and you work as a team in the same way.

This allows the game to be safe and accessible.

The gameplay takes into consideration a wide range of sight conditions whilst maintaining the fundamental codes, laws and spectacle of rugby.

Why not give it a try! It’s free and is going to be running every month with expert coaching available.

Venue: Sports Hub E15, 71 Holland Rd, London E15 3BP
Date:  Starting 14 March 2020,  Every 2nd Saturday   Time:  10 am – 12 pm
Contact: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046

Meet and Greet available at West Ham Station TFL
Customer Services Point from 9:30 am

For more information, please contact Charlie Raven,
Sports Development  Officer at Metro Blind Sport

Email: charlie.raven@metroblindsport.org  Phone: 07956 292 046