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Wolves receive  £1000 grant from LGT Vestra


LGt Vestra

Wolves are very excited to have received a grant of £1000 from LGT VESTRA for grassroots sports. This is such great news for the club.

Wolves will be looking at investing the money into resources to help grow awareness and facilitate better sessions and opportunities for our players.

LGT Vestra is a wealth management company that offers a transparent service built around each client’s needs. More information can be found here


Wolves Touch Rugby Players get Gold at JTC 2019 in Paris


Over all we had 6 players from Wolves representing in England teams. One player in the Mixed U18's, one in the girls U18's and four representing in the Mixed U15's category at the 2019 Junior Touch Championship in Paris. Also with Wolves Coaches Andy Penniceard (Head Coach U15's), Catherine Walker (Assistant Coach U15's), Matt Kear (Team Manager U15's) we where well represented. 


Not only did all three teams Wolves represented in win but all four England teams won in their respective categories, but between them they won 27 out of their 29 matches played, drawing the other two. Not to lose a single of our games was never expected, the results speak for themselves, simply outstanding. 


The camaraderie between the teams was something to behold. The athletes and support staff were absolute professionals throughout and the hard yards on the training ground and in the classroom have most definitely paid off.

Coach: Andy Penniceard Head Coach England U15's

"What an experience, the players were incredibly professional and worked as a team and the standard of touch rugby was brilliant"


Greg Cropper (CEO England Touch)


The planning towards the 2023 Touch World Cup began back in May, and with these results from our juniors, there'll be more competition than ever in the opens teams, which is fantastic for the depth of our squads and the future of  the sport at the elite level."

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