4 Dec, 10:19
Grand Slam winners Fiona Coghlan and Nora Stapelton have returned the Women's RBS 6 Nations trophy to Chief Executive John Feehan at the Six Nations offices in Dublin.
The new venues include St. Mary's College RFC/Templeogue College and Blackrock College RFC (Dublin), Highfield RFC (Cork) and Malone RFC (Belfast) as the newest members of the Bud Light Tag family in 2010.
"Last year's leagues exceeded expectations to the point that we have again expanded the number of venues, allowing for more teams and players to take part," said IRFU Bud Light Tag Manager, Olly Hodges.
"In addition, this year will see more Bud Light Tag Beach Festivals being added to the calendar after their successful 2009 season. Popular venues such as Dingle, Inchydony and Enniscrone will be returning in 2010.
"The social aspect of TAG and its ability to attract players who may never have even set foot in a rugby club before has been not only a boost to the venue club in term of revenues, but also to the possibility of attracting new members."
The Bud Light Tag leagues caters for all levels of skill and fitness for mixed social teams, and the also the ever popular Veterans Tag (over 33s).
The growth of Tag rugby has been successful in spreading the popularity of the game of rugby and its non-contact nature and social aspect have made it accessible to both men and women in the specially graded levels.
Registrations are performed online at www.irfutag.ie and open on Thursday, January 7, 2010 with team registration fees remaining at 2009 prices, providing great value to all participating players.
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Bud Light TAG Venues/Clubs 2010:
- Connacht -
Galway Corinthians RFC
- Leinster -
Blackrock College RFC*
Old Belvedere RFC
St. Mary's College RFC*
- Munster -
Nenagh Ormond RFC
- Ulster -
Newforge Country Club
Bud Light Tag is for over 18s only
*denotes new venue for 2010