We are looking for volunteers who would like to be involve with the planning and running of this years tournament, and then we will need even more people on the day to help make it a success.
The type of volunteer role we will have are
This group will help oversee the planning and organising of the tournament (and help on the day) It will be suited to
We’re looking for some people with great personal skills to register people on the Friday evening and on Saturday day. People will need to be able to be remain cool under pressure, and provide a great Bulls welcome to participants.
Setup & Closedown
On the Saturday morning there is a lot to do at the ground to be ready for the tournament. Volunteers to get everything ready on Saturday morning, and then close down in the evening.
This role will involve being the point of contact for referees and teams on a specific pitch. You will liaise with the tournament director and Captain’s Liaison to help keep the tournament running on time.
This volunteer will be the point of contact for all captains on the day to help resolve any queries, and fulfil any (reasonable, and legal) requests
You will provide first aid should it be needed.
This will be a general role that could include anything and everything.
Media & Social
This role will involve taking photographs and video of the event, and uploading to social media.
If you wish to be involved contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
We are pleased to announce that the date of this year’s Touch My Brum rugby tournament will be Saturday 27 July 2019.
It will be held at Sutton Rugby Club.
Ticket sales open Tuesday 6 May, and there will be an invoicing option for team/club entries.
For more information contact email@example.com
We hope everyone has recovered from the weekend.
The results page for Touch My Brum 2018 is now available
We hope to announce the date for Touch My Brum 2019 in the next couple of weeks.
The winners for touch My Brum 2018 are
Calthorpe Cup – Team Ginderella
Beorma Shield – Loving Life
Eden tankard – Leeds Hunters
A full breakdown of scores will be given in the next few days
Plan is now disco nap, then off to Eden, Birmingham who have the amazingly fabululous and talented La Voix on stage this evening.
The morning results table is below
|Cardiff and Baba||4||3||11
Not long to go now until the start of Touch My Brum 2018.
Registration is at Eden (Sherlock Street, Birmingham, B5 6NB) this evening from 9pm. Then the tournament starts at 10.00am tomorrow.
The group schedules are now up on the website, and will be updated as the tournament progresses.
For those still travelling down, have a safe trip, and we’ll see you this evening or tomorrow.
All teams will be split into groups for morning play on Saturday – playing every team in your group once with all results fed into the overall league to determine tiers for knockout play in the afternoon.
Teams were randomly drawn to create the groups, which we can now announce below (NB: if you have registered as an individual player/Barbarian and we have not already contacted you, we have assigned you to the Cardiff Lions, who needed extra players).
We have 19 squads registered this year with over 200 players competing for our three titles. This is how the day will be set up:
First matches kick off at 10am. Teams will be split into four groups (three groups of 5 teams and one group of 4 teams), where all teams will play each other once, for four games per team (three games per team in the smaller group). The smaller group will have an extra result added which will be calculated from an average of their other three results. All results will be fed into one big league, to determine overall standings. After morning play has finished the top 7 teams in the league will progress to the top tier (Calthorpe Cup), the next 6 teams will progress to the second tier (Beorma Shield) and the last 6 teams will progress to the third tier (Eden Tankard) for afternoon play.
- Calthorpe Cup – Play will follow a traditional knockout route with a quarter-final, semi-final and final. One team (determined by random draw) will receive a bye through the quarter final
- Beorma Shield – All teams will play a quarter-final match. The winning three teams will then all play each other once in a mini-league to determine the winner of the tier
- Eden Tankard – Same as Beorma Shield
This means that the lowest number of games a team will play on the day is 4, and the maximum is 7, with most teams playing at least 5
Registration for Touch My Brum was due to close today, however we have had a few teams asking for registration to stay open a little bit longer.
So we will be closing registration at 23:59 on Sunday. We do have an invoice option available to make it easier for teams to enter.
There is no upper limit on age, and no restrictions on sexuality, gender, or experience. If you don’t want to play Touch (forwards, we’re looking at you) we do have some volunteering opportunities available.
Register here – buy tickets
If you have any questions, then please do get in touch – firstname.lastname@example.org
For clubs wishing to register for Touch My Brum we are able to offer an invoicing option.
To take advantage choose the ticket type ‘Play Group Discount – Invoiced’ and check out as normal. We will then send you an invoice for the tickets.