Level 2 Year 3/4 Tag Rugby Megafest

On the 8th May 20 primary schools arrived to Plymouth Albion to take part in our year 3/4 tag rugby megafest.

The morning was full of the children taking part in ball games to get them used to pick up and running with a rugby ball. However, the weather wasn’t the best, all the red and smiling faces showed that they children were enjoying the activities they were playing. All children took part in four different activities to get them used to a rugby ball.

After Lunch the children were doing more tag rugby activities. These activities help them understand the basic skills needed to play tag rugby and start to understand a few of the basic rules. As the weather got a little better, everyone took part in 4 tag rugby activities which included this like rugby rounder’s and a bulldog type game.

A massive thank you to our leaders from Plymstock, DHSB, St Boniface and Stoke Damerel, who ran the activities throughout the day.

As this was a level 2 event we needed 4 teams to progress to the Level 3 in June. We through the fairest way to pick this was to draw from a hat. So the 4 teams going to the Level 3 are Beechwood, St Matthews, Prince Rock and High Street.

A Huge congratulations to the teams progressing to the Level 3 and a massive well done to everyone who took part. Also a massive thank you to Plymouth Albion for hosting this event and letting us use your fantastic facilities.


Josh Gilbert

Josh Gilbert
School Games Organiser & Coach

Telephone: 01752 515385
Email: [email protected]

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