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A MASSIVE part of any rugby tour is the theme… We have heard of many great ones over the years and it would only seem fair to share! If you are looking to gain some inspiration and ideas for your up and coming tour, then you are in the right place! In my experience growing up and going on tours we had a variety of themes;

-U13’s Funny hats -U14’s Super Hero’s -U15’s Neon -U16’s Army/Camo

That’s just my personal experience. Out of those my favourite was the funny hats. You had to wear your hat at all times and there were forfeits during the weekend taking it off.

Other ideas include;

Mexicans, Where’s Wally, Vicars, Baywatch, Golf, Bad shirts, Mullets (potential tour activity?), Pimps, anything beginning with your first names initials e.g Ben-Banana Man

Another great idea would be to put all tourer’s names into a hat, take in turns to pick out a name and all members go to a charity shop and buy your chosen name an outfit for the tour. (Charitable Idea)

The idea behind a tour theme is to add an element of fun, laughter, team bonding and competition to see who’s outfit is the craziest. You can come up with rules involving your costumes. Just a joking and laughing point to follow throughout the tour. Use relative commands associated with the theme during the tour ie when the tour leader shouts for example WHERES WALLY and you have to hide.

Have a fab tour, we would love to hear what themes you decided on……………………………….

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10 things you absolutely MUST take on rugby tour

  • March 11, 2016

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If you’ve never been on a rugby tour, you’re in for a treat. Rugby tours are about as much fun as you can have in a week / weekend. You get a few days away from the Mrs, a few nights drinking with the boys and if you’re lucky, a bit of rugby in there too.

Rugby tours are where the fun is at. The weekend we look forward to all off-season. But they have a dark side as well. Chances are this will be the one game you play without your mouth guard, the night you lose your phone and trip that gets you in the doghouse. 

The  Ruck Science  team has made all the basics rugby tour mistakes before. And today, we’re giving you a roadmap for avoiding them. These are the 10 things we suggest you absolutely MUST take on rugby tour. Plus a couple of bonus strategies that can help you avoid the most common stuff-ups.

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For the purposes of this article, “rugby tour” really means any rugby game that requires at least one night in a hotel. This could be a weekend trip, a week long multi-city debacle or simply a game where you need to stay in a hotel the night before you play because its a long drive. All the same principles apply in these situations. We’ve split the essentials into 4 categories; getting on the field, staying comfortable, staying connected and getting enough sleep. These are the four areas in which you can have the most impact with a few minor additions to your kit bag.

Aside: the photo at the top of the page is taken from the US Embassy in New Zealand and shows the USA Eagles’ squad for the 1908 tour. If USA Rugby had replica jerseys like that for sale, we’d buy one in a heart beat! Your move Nigel. 

GETTING ON THE FIELD

Rugby tours are about much more than rugby. But at some point, you’re going to have to get on the field. Unfortunately, that can often be the hardest part of tour. You haven’t slept enough, people are arriving at different times and there’s generally less coordination than there would be for a home game. But despite all that, you’ve gotta get ready to play. Here are our 3 suggestions for game-day preparation:

Spare Shorts and Socks

How often have you been sitting in the changing rooms only to hear a small voice ask “does anyone have spare ( shorts , socks, boots, mouth guard…)?” More than once we’ll bet. Everyone has done it, but on tour this seems to happen much more often. Either a player has lost a bag traveling, left something at the hotel or just failed to pack properly. It’s going to happen. All you can really do is plan for it to happen by bringing spares. Spare shorts, spare socks and spare boots are essentials on rugby tour. And on the off chance you’re the fool who forgot their shit, don’t make excuses, just own it and remember to bring spares next time.

Strapping Tape

By the middle of the season, most of us are held together by strapping tape. But for some reason we all forget how much we’re going to need it on tour. Perhaps we just get giddy at the thought of going on an airplane.

The clubs that you’ll be playing on rugby tour will almost certainly have a great bunch of guys. Even if you are playing against them. But don’t assume that they’ll provide everything YOU need to get on the field. If you’d usually rely on the team physio for strapping, you probably can’t guarantee this on rugby tour. Take your own strapping tape and be ready to share it because the “borrowers” are going to corner you for it when you’re done.

Portable  Supplements

If you use  supplements to support recovery after rugby  games like  post-rugby , its important to take these with you on tour. But they can’t be the bulky stuff you store on your kitchen counter. There’s nothing funnier than watching a tight head prop try to get through airport security with 5lbs of  whey protein  under his arm. You want to bring a few supplements that you’ve used before and that you know will give you performance and recovery benefits at game time.

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Staying comfortable.

If you’re like us, you like to be comfortable. But staying comfortable on rugby tour is an inherently difficult thing to do. You’re traveling for one thing, which sucks. You’re carrying around dirty rugby gear, which smells. And you’re probably in a rush to get everywhere. How do you stay comfortable with all those things going on? It’s tough, but here are three things we’ve found useful.

Plastic Bags

After home rugby games, its easy to throw your kit bag in the trunk of the car and forget about it until Tuesday night training. It’s not the best decision in the world. But its definitely one strategy for dealing with the “smell of rugby”. When you’re on rugby tour however, you need to carry around your disgusting gear for hours or potentially days. There are 3 ways to deal with this:

  • You can clean your stuff.  Lets just admit this right now, you’re not going to clean anything on rugby tour. If you would, you’re a one in a million.
  • You can throw your stuff away.  It’s effective in the short-term. But its not the most sustainable solution, especially when you need it next week.
  • You can wrap everything in plastic bags. 

The last of those options is clearly the best. You get to keep your stuff and avoid the smell of rugby gear. We suggest bringing at least two plastic bags. Because as with socks and boots, someone is going to forget theirs and you’ll need to supply one for them.

An Old Towel

We know, you’re going to just grab a towel at the hotel, right? You couldn’t possibly forget to do that when you’re late for the bus and running to the elevator, could you? Before you leave your house for rugby tour, grab the oldest towel you can find. Not the fancy one in the guest bathroom, put that back!

You want a towel that fulfills 2 requirements; 1. your wife won’t know its gone and 2. you won’t care if it gets left on tour. Ideally you want to bring a towel that you can throw away as soon as you’ve used it. What happens when you don’t have a towel? It gets ugly. Just trust us. The best bet is to actually pack your towel at the very bottom of your kit bag before you put anything else in. Towel first, everything else second.

Flip Flops / Thongs

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STAYING CONNECTED

Wall charger.

Unless you have the ability to work remotely, we don’t recommend that you take a laptop on rugby tour. It’s just one more thing that can get lost, stolen or broken by a drunken teammate falling in the dark. For those of you who charge your cell phone with a USB cable in your car or computer, this presents a problem. The solution is super-simple though. Buy / take a wall charger with you. Don’t rely on a teammate. Don’t assume someone will have the charger you need. This is especially true if you’re somehow still using a Blackberry. Make sure you have the ability to plug your phone into a wall and leave it there to juice-up. Forgetting to do this leads to all manner of other problems caused by miscommunication.

Headphones are an essential travel tool, but they’re an even more important rugby tour tool. Teammates don’t stop talking. Depending on your mood at the time, that can be either a good or a bad thing. Do you need to listen to music constantly? Not necessarily. But having the option is absolutely crucial. You don’t want to get stuck in a conversation about politics, religion or any other touchy subject if you don’t have to. Stick your headphones on and avoid the drama.

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Total preparation for rugby, getting enough sleep.

Every rugby player needs quality sleep in order to have a good performance on game day. But too few of us plan for the sleeping situation we’re going to have on rugby tour. You’re likely to be sharing a room, or even a bed with another dude. And that can be difficult at the best of times. Factor in the appalling pillows and mattresses in most hotel rooms and you’ve got a recipe for 3 hours of shitty, interrupted sleep. Here’s how you solve the problem:

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Buy some foam ear plugs. You can get them at the airport. You might not need them, but when you do you’ll thank us. On the other hand, if you know yourself to be a snorer, bringing ear plugs to give to your roommates is about the best move you can make. Anyone THAT considerate is a team player for sure. 

PRO TIPS FOR TOUR

Strictly-speaking these last two items aren’t “things” you should take on rugby tour. But they are strategies we highly recommend you follow. We’ve heard all the stories of missed flights and lost bags. When it comes to travel, its important to eliminate as many potential errors as possible. Here are two ways to do that. 

Don’t Check Your Kit Bag

Things get lost when traveling. You can’t stop an airline from messing up. But you can try to minimize the impact of lost bags. If you’re taking two bags on your rugby tour, we highly recommend that you carry your kit bag on the plane and check the one that doesn’t have your boots in it. There is quite literally nothing worse than arriving in a city on tour and having to run around to sports stores looking for some studs because your airline sent your kit bag “international”. On the way home, this is less of an issue, but if you haven’t played your game yet, keep your boots on you at all times. 

Arrive Early, Leave Late

You have to get back for work on Monday and you want the Mrs to give you a bit of a break when you arrive. So you book the Sunday-afternoon 6pm flight, don’t you? Error. Huge error. You’ve just saved yourself $200 on a flight and hotel and caused yourself a whole bunch of other stress. Kickoff will get pushed back an hour and you won’t be able to get a cab to the airport. So now you’ve missed your flight and you’re going to end up staying a extra night anyway. 

Its very very tempting to take the cheaper, earlier flight home, but you shouldn’t do this. The same way you shouldn’t expect that the last-minute arrival flight is going to work any better. Any delays and you’ve missed your game. Take the responsibility out of the hands of the airlines altogether and arrive a day early and leave a day late. If this means taking a day off work, do it. If this means sharing a bed for the Sunday night, do that too. Enjoy your tour, ruggers!

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While the arguments for touring with a youth side outweigh the stress often associated with taking young players abroad, touring with your team is none the less both demanding and challenging as a party leader. To aid the process for you, we’ve come up with a few key points we’ve learned across the past 10 years…

Firstly, decide if the tour is a short term reward, or a long term incentive. We have some great UK and Irish partners which allow your tour to be booked and organised within 6 months of contacting us great as an end of year reward to encourage your players to continue with rugby into the new school year. If you are looking to motivate your players to develop their skills and dedication to the sport, a tour in Europe or even a long haul destination can do just that. With many schools booking long haul tours bi-annually, they can be a major factor in younger players choosing to stay with a particular sport, for the sheer prospect of being able to show off their skills and represent the school team at an over-seas fixture in the not so distant future.

Once you have decided how soon you wish to travel, be sure to check school holiday, bank holiday and other sporting events which may impact your decision to travel. For example, you may not want to miss England playing in the Rugby World cup, Japan 2019, by travelling on one of their game dates. You may however, feel it would add to your experience to watch the game at your hotel with your team. By planning ahead we can tailor your package to suit your requirements.

Don’t overlook the importance of travelling with a certified tour operator. Collect quotes to compare value for money, and make sure to check if the tour operators are bonded for financial security, and if they hold any educational awards.

Inspiresport are ABTA and ATOL bonded, part of the Mid-Counties Co-Operative, and have been awarded the School Travel Forum (STF) LOtC QA award – The STF is acknowledged as the authority on school and youth travel. Its members are recognised for providing the highest quality experiences for student and youth travellers, along with best in class health and safety management systems, which the STF helps members to develop, implement and sustain. Membership of the STF is essential for all school and student travel organisers, so don’t book with an operator who cannot provide you with proof of their certificates. Additionally, we are the only youth operator to be endorsed by UK and European school sport governing bodies.

Consider how important a professional coaching element is as a component of your tour. Do you want your players to be coached by professional academy coaches, with a possibility of meeting a past or present player from the club for a Q&A session? If you are running your tour in conjunction with another department, perhaps you prefer more cultural experiences to enhance the educational learning elements of the tour, which can be easily included in your itinerary.

And finally, the inclusion of local fixtures can be a great way to test the skills of your team against opposition outside of your usual catchment area, while providing a great opportunity to build new friendships. They also act to strengthen the cultural experience by immersing young players in the local culture as fixtures are often played at local school facilities.

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Checklist of Things to Pack for a Rugby Tour

  • November 18, 2019

When you travel for a rugby tour, it is important that you are well-prepared. In particular you should make sure that you pack everything you need both for the games as well as for your own comfort.

While each person is bound to have their own preferences, this checklist should cover most of the things that you need to pack for a rugby tour:

Rugby kit that typically includes your jersey, shorts, shoes, and socks. It may be a good idea to pack spares just in case you need them, as well as other items such as strapping tape or scrum caps.

Proof of identity is always a good idea when you’re traveling. For international tours that should be your passport, but even when traveling locally it is good to have some form of photo ID.

Plastic bags are an underrated but supremely useful item on rugby tours. By packing a few you can throw in your dirty kit and keep it separated from the rest of your gear so that it doesn’t stink. If you’d like to be more environment-friendly you could find a decent reusable-bag that you can try instead.

Flip flops are great after spending an entire game running around the pitch with your studs. Ideally you should bring along a pair that you’re already comfortable wearing.

Ear plugs or headphones are both a good idea when travelling. The latter can help you to block out noise so that you can sleep, while the former will let you listen to music.

Chargers for your smartphone, MP3 player, and any other devices that you bring with you are important. The last thing that you want is to be unable to charge your devices mid-tour. If you’re traveling to a different country, you should check what type of plug points are being used and maybe bring an adapter too.

Nutritional supplements can help with your post-game recovery . It really is a question of preference however, and it boils down to whether or not you normally use them.

Small towel is good to have even though your hotel may already provide towels. It is something that you can carry along and use during or after your games.

Entertainment is never a bad idea when you’re traveling on a rugby tour. It could be anything that occupies you, including smartphone games, movies, or a pack of cards if that’s your cup of tea.

In addition to these items you should pack anything else that you feel is appropriate – especially in terms of clothing, toiletries, snacks, and other personal items. Be sure to take into account the weather and as many other details about your destination as possible, and pack accordingly.

If you make sure you’re prepared, you should end up having a much easier time during your rugby tour . More importantly you won’t have to worry whether or not you brought everything that you need, and can focus on winning your games instead.

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With their ambitions in place prior to our involvement, our first role was to clarify the Permission To Tour documents between the Yorkshire Rugby Football Union and the Spanish Federation. Following false information from the former, we were able to clarify that it is the host union who grants permission, all parties were able to proceed as planned. 

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design19 - Trojan

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design23 - Tiger

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design24 - Wolf

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design25 - Bat

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design28 - Cow

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design29 - Falcon

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design30 - Abstract Lion

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design31 - United Kingdom

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design32 - Union Jack

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design34 - Scotland

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design35 - Ireland

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design37 - Gothic

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design38 - Hawaii

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design39 - Bolts

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design40 - Bumper Stickers

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design41 - Mehendi Art

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design42 - Ram

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design43 - Robin

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design44 - Deadpool

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design46 - Hibiscus Flower

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design47 - Puzzle

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design49 - Tribal

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design50 - Sailor

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design52 - The Thing

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design53 - Roman Fighter

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design54 - Granite

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design55 - Floral

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design57 - Medieval General

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design58 - Lumberjack

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design59

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design61 - Robot

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design62

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design64 - London Skyline

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design65 - Camouflage

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design68 - Pandoo

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design69 - Eagle

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design70 - Shark

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design72 - Cards King

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design73 - Clown

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design74 - Lightning Jazz

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design75 - Tribal

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design76 - Floral Exotic

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design77 - Comic

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design78 - Robot

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design79 - Hitman

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design80 - Lightning 3D

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design81 - Floral Exotic Collar

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design82 - Gorilla

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design83 - Watford RFC

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design84 - Medway RFC

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design85 - Viper

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design86 - Viper

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Rugby Tour Shirt - Design87 - Ram Design

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  1. Rugby Tour Theme Ideas STSW

    The idea behind a tour theme is to add an element of fun, laughter, team bonding and competition to see who's outfit is the craziest. You can come up with rules involving your costumes. Just a joking and laughing point to follow throughout the tour. Use relative commands associated with the theme during the tour ie when the tour leader shouts ...

  2. 10 things you absolutely must take on rugby tour

    Before you leave your house for rugby tour, grab the oldest towel you can find. Not the fancy one in the guest bathroom, put that back! You want a towel that fulfills 2 requirements; 1. your wife won't know its gone and 2. you won't care if it gets left on tour.

  3. Touring with a rugby club

    Yellow jersey, same idea as the yellow jersey in the tour de France. The wearer is champion drinker elect, challengers buy a round and a race to finish determines the winner and new jersey holder. Works best if you can get hold of a cape or cloak of some sort like what people wear on graduation that stands out and can be transferred quickly.

  4. Guide To Organising An Epic Rugby Tour

    The opportunity to learn from the best in the business is something we will always recommend on a rugby tour. Pro-Coaching experiences from International players in professional environments offer something unique opportunity to hone your teams skills ahead of the tough tests to come, whilst Private Q&A sessions allow the team to get a glimpse ...

  5. Rugby tour

    Rugby tour - ideas needed . Club is heading away this weekend with a good crew of like 40-50 guys to a 10s tournament. Plenty of fun and silly times to be had but looking for some fun (not ratshit) hazing ideas to put some of the tour virgins through. Not looking for nasty. Definitely want them to have a great time, but just something that ...

  6. Rugby Tour Destinations

    Benidorm is located on the Costa Blanca coast and is undoubtedly a lively place. The coastal city guarantees long hot days and beautiful clear sea, making it the perfect beach resort for your rugby tour. Undoubtedly, Croatia is on the list of increasingly desirable rugby tour destinations. The sunny Adriatic country is encompassed by beautiful ...

  7. 10 Pro Tips for Organising a Great Rugby Tour

    Source: RugbyPass. Speak to the organiser, in fact, make a telephone call or an online media chat with the person who is organising the services for you. Ask them difficult questions and see how easily they come up with the answers to see if they are just selling the tournament or they truly live it. Hope these 10 pieces of advice will help you ...

  8. What to consider when organising a rugby tour

    Firstly, decide if the tour is a short term reward, or a long term incentive. We have some great UK and Irish partners which allow your tour to be booked and organised within 6 months of contacting us great as an end of year reward to encourage your players to continue with rugby into the new school year. If you are looking to motivate your ...

  9. Any ideas for a Women's Rugby Tour theme? Italy v Ireland ...

    Any ideas for a Women's Rugby Tour theme? Italy v Ireland Six Nations . Trying to figure out a cool theme for our upcoming women's rugby tour to Rome for the next six nations! Let me know if you've had any themes that worked well in your clubs ☺️ Related Topics

  10. Tour checklist

    Establish availability suitable players. Select squad. Ensure sufficient reserves on standby. Plan and agree pre-tour training including sufficient fitness testing. Produce a tour party roll with addresses, telephone numbers, emergency contacts. Produce addresses and phone numbers for tour locations. Complete next of kin forms.

  11. Ideas for Your Rugby Tour Kit: 2020 Update

    Whatever you decide for this season's rugby tour kit, make sure you get a quote from Scimitar, the tour kit specialists. You can call us on 01905 425324, email [email protected] or fill in the forms on the website for more information. To check out the specification of our tour kit, click here. Previous. Vélo Birmingham & Midlands 2020.

  12. Checklist of Things to Pack for a Rugby Tour

    Rugby kit that typically includes your jersey, shorts, shoes, and socks. It may be a good idea to pack spares just in case you need them, as well as other items such as strapping tape or scrum caps. Proof of identity is always a good idea when you're traveling. For international tours that should be your passport, but even when traveling ...

  13. Youth Rugby Tours

    Take a look at our Top-10 Youth Rugby Tours below, get in touch with us and we'll talk you through which options will be best for your team. Your 2022 Rugby Brochure. Pro-Coaching Experiences. Find Out More. Tickets & Stadium Tours. Find Out More. The Third Half. Find Out More. Top 10 Youth Rugby Destinations. 1. Edinburgh. DISCOVER MORE. 2. Parma

  14. Best rugby experience gifts

    It's the ultimate gift for an England rugby fan. This tour is for one adult and a child - and includes entrance to the World Rugby Museum - but Virgin Experience Days offer a wide range of packages to accommodate bigger or smaller groups. Buy Now from Virgin for £40. BT Murrayfield and the Aviva Stadium usually run stadium tours, too ...

  15. Tour Virgins!

    The winner usually will be rewarded by not being a virgin for that day. Brush in the ground race: 2 virgins stand opposite each other with a brush/golfcub.long stick type thing. They put one end of the club/stick into the ground, they rest their foreheads on the other end and spin around 6 times. They then must race to a prize.

  16. 36 Rugby themes ideas

    Francois Louw. Kyle Eastmond. Rugby Funny. Enjoy! Concept only. Logo for Rugby brand. Aug 11, 2016 - Explore Melissa Chergui's board "rugby themes " on Pinterest. See more ideas about rugby, rugby players, rugby union.

  17. 22 Rugby themes ideas

    May 30, 2012 - Explore Hailey's board "rugby themes" on Pinterest. See more ideas about rugby, rugby union, rugby sport.

  18. Revel Rugby

    With Revel Rugby, you're presented with two tailored approaches: curate a rugby tour experience from the ground up or opt for our pre-designed rugby festival packages, pre-priced and set for action. Each of our rugby festivals are crafted from the most sought-after events and activities that rugby enthusiasts frequently choose, ensuring you're ...

  19. Custom Rugby Tour Shirts

    Rugby Tour Shirt - Design87 - Ram Design. £23.40. Showing 1 to 80 of 80 (1 Pages) Aramis Rugby Tour Shirts are fully sublimated custom rugby shirts made from Anti-Bacterial fabric and are fully breathable with moisture wicking properties. ...

  20. 17 Rugby theme ideas

    Mar 4, 2021 - Explore Lorna Chakabva's board "Rugby theme ideas" on Pinterest. See more ideas about rugby party, rugby birthday, springbok rugby.

  21. Why do rugby teams have such weird initiations? : r/rugbyunion

    The rugby lads were known as complete cunts. Yea I think there's a limit to what the initiation should be doing for it to be an enjoyable experience. Our initiation was to strip naked and do the "Naked 200", basically beer on the try line, half way line and opposite try line, down each beer then sprint to the next one.

  22. Rugby tour costume ideas

    Cosplay Costumes. Halloween Party. Poison Ivy Kostüm. Halloween Fantasias. Tree Costume. First, glue individual ivy leaves onto the top of the dress starting from the neckline and working your way down towards the waist. Overlap each leaf with the one above it to create a layered effect. If you have different sized ivy leaves to work with ...