With the return of competitive Rugby Union a somewhat distant thought for Clubs across England there is still a thriving activity level at Sale based club Trafford MV.
Covid regulations cover all aspects of the Clubs workings as it strives to keep players active and operate the Clubs social side within Government and RFU guidelines.
Players in the Senioe Mens and Womens teams are working hard on fitness and Touch Rugby is now allowed as part of training sessions.
Mini and Junior Rugby has returned on Sunday mornings to the delight of parents and children alike. The hundreds of children at Trafford MV finally have an outlet for their energy after months of inactivity.
The value of sport will surely have been recognised by families far and wide.
Last weekend the Club engaged in Natwest Rugby Force weekend as groups of volunteers from all sectors of the club came together to get jobs done in readiness for when the green light to play is given.
This weekend Trafford MV will host an 8 team Touch Tournament with teams from within the Club. This is as close the club can currently get to competion in games.
Social Media activity is high as the club drum up votes to support their nomination as one of the final 6 clubs in the Gallagher Rugby club of the season award – you can vote for Trafford MV on this link https://pages.ajg.com/rcots-video-voting. Voting closes at midnight on Sunday Sept 13th.
Trafford MV is a multi sports Club at the heart of the local community. Offering sporting opportunites to men, women and children from 3 years of age with people well into their 60’s still involved in sport. Fresh air and competition is proving to be a vital part in coming out of our lockdown and having a healthy lifestyle.
New players are invited to come along and join in the widespread activities at TMV. Men, women and children can drop wilfdooley@virginmedia a line for more info.