Latest issue – Spring 2021 issue:
In this issue we focus on player welfare and club funding. Widnes RUFC and Hartlepool Rugby Club tell us about their successful fundraising campaigns to help support their club during these difficult times. There’s also an interview with Karen Hood, Head of the Injured Players Foundation who told Rugby Blindside about the work they do in support players affected by catastrophic injuries.
There are also articles from Beckenham RFC, Staffordshire Rugby Union and an interview with Tom Hooper, Strength and Conditioning Coach.
Read this and so much more in the latest issue of Rugby Blindside magazine.
Amersham & Chiltern RFC:
Commercial creativity in the time of COVID
Amersham & Chiltern RFC told Rugby Blindside how they have been coping during the time of COVID and what actions they’ve taken to adapt to the circumstances.
Rugby Blindside recently spoke with Karen Hood, Head of the IPF, who told us about the work they do in helping rugby players affected by catastrophic injuries. Can you tell us about what the Injured Players Foundation (IPF) is and what you do? The RFU Injured Players Foundation (IPF), provides support to rugby players in … Continue reading Interview with Karen Hood, Head of the Injured Players Foundation
This week, Sean chats to the team at Perthshire RFC on the last twelve months, the return to Rugby in Scotland and getting back into training. Continue reading FYB Rugby Round Table – Club Focus
Scottish Rugby Principal Partner BT has agreed to extend its support for the sport in Scotland in an updated deal which will see it reach ten years with the national governing body. BT will retain the naming rights to Scotland’s largest stadium, BT Murrayfield in Edinburgh. The new three-year arrangement will see BT also secure … Continue reading Scottish Rugby extends partnership deal with BT