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Blanchardstown Tag Open Day - Thurs 27th Apr

Tag is Coming to Blanchardstown!

Tag Rugby is a brilliant mixed social sport, suitable for all shapes, sizes, ages and sporting abilities, where guys and girls play together in a competitive environment.

And it's coming to TUD Blanchardstown this summer: Eircode D15 VPT3!

No Experience Required!

It doesn’t matter if you have never played tag or rugby before as this Open Day is perfect for beginners who want learn the basics in a relaxed, social atmosphere. The session will be short, sharp and instructive and will provide you with the skills needed to play in the Summer League, which starts on Thursday nights for 9 weeks from 18th May.

The Most Fun You'll have this Summer!

Tag is also a brilliant social occasion, ideal for those new to Dublin, looking to meet new people or branch out into new circles.

At the Open Day, we will mix up all the players so you will get to learn and play with a wide variety of people from lots of different backgrounds; ideal if you are an individual looking to join a fun, social team.

Sign up for the Open Day TODAY!

Register your details below and come along on Thurs 27th Apr for what will be a fun and relaxed night learning how to play the brilliant game of Tag Rugby!

What is ITRA Tag Rugby?

A minimal contact team game with each player wearing a pair of Tag shorts with a Velcro patch on either hip, the mode of play is similar to Rugby League with attacking players attempting to dodge, evade and pass a rugby ball while defenders attempt to prevent a score by "tagging" their opponent – ie pulling a Velcro tag from the hip of the ball carrier.

There are seven players on a mixed team - usually four lads and three girls. The attacking team has six plays to score a try, which are worth one point for a guy and three points for a girl.

Check out this video for what's involved!

Top 5 Reasons to Play ITRA Tag Rugby

  1. Have fun, meet like minded people and make new friends.

  2. Stay active and fit outdoors over the summer.

  3. Mixed sport where men and women play equally on the same team.

  4. Test yourself with a new sport in a relaxed, fun environment.

  5. Play with old friends or ex-colleagues and catch-up / work out together each week!

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