We encourage all of our volunteers, including many who have participated in our TRT Media and Journalism module, to post regular updates and photos on Facebook. Each country has its own platform – it’s a great way to keep us all in touch with the wonderful work that is being done, and also a really good insight into the people and countries they live in. If you are thinking of joining a tour, or if you have a particular place in mind that you’d like to help via TRT, do join us online.
3 days ago
Our very own Kudzai Mashawi in action at the Olympic 7's Repechage tournament in Monaco ... popping one out the back door to score against Ireland. We're all very proud of you Mashawi. Think of all the stories you can pass on to the children you coach when you get back to Zim ! Tag Rugby Trust Zimbabwe
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Thank you for the support trt family honoured to put my print in the cause to futures through rugby
Building the future
3 months ago
We are really excited to announce our first guest for our Purpose and Engagement showcase, taking place on 25th March, is Martin Hansford CEO of Tag Rugby Trust!
For those who aren't familiar with the TRT they are a fantastic charity whose mission is to build futures through team sport, specifically Tag Rugby!
We are very excited for this event so be sure to sign up before it's too late!
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4 months ago
Sita Nunku female football club, The Gambia proudly sporting their new kit from the UK courtesy of @NPAC @EMCCF Sal's Shoes Smalls for All Tag Rugby Trust Girls with attitude!
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Fabulous pictures 🙏
So colourful. Definitely looking the part girls 👍