Clubs Get Back to it

Clubs Get Back to it

Rugby players across Scotland have been returning to their clubs to resume training whilst following Scottish Rugby’s Return to Rugby Roadmap and guidance.

Senior teams at Ayr returned to training on last Tuesday night where they embraced the opportunity to play touch rugby.

At Broughton Rugby club the players were put through their paces and endured some planks too!

Duns U15 player Harry White created a video to help his fellow club-mates know what to expect when they arrive at the club for training.

Garioch RFC youth teams returned to training earlier in the month, the club signposted where players were to go to ensure a safe route to the training pitches.

Glenrothes RFC welcomed a total of 77 players and coaches back to the club over the course of a day.

Senior players at Hamilton Bulls returned to training, some looking happier than others to be taking part in fitness.

The sun shined at Helensburgh when S1, U15 and U16s returned to training last Sunday.

Players at Highland RFC get their temperatures checked before training as they returned to Canal Park in Inverness.

Pupils at the High School of Glasgow returned to training on Saturday when they were able to get back to it.

S1-S4 players at Lasswade High School had their temperatures checked prior to their first training session back, last week.

It was all smiles from the kids at Kilmarnock RFC when they returned to training earlier this month.

Ahead of rugby returning to Old Anniesland this last weekend Pam, GHK's Child Protection Officer and one of their coaches, made an informative video on what the children should expect when they go to training.

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