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Bishop's Stortford Rugby Club's under-sevens get matchday experience using training and match bubbles




Bishop's Stortford's under-sevens got their first taste of a matchday as they put their passing, tagging and teamwork skills to the test.

Due to the coronavirus restrictions in place, the players are unable to compete in the normal club matches, so the coaches are doing all they can to ensure participation remains high and fun is had by everyone.

The under-sevens have been placed into three rugby bubbles – yellow, red and blue – and they all played three matches within their bubbles.

They were looked after by their bubble coaches and some first XV players made guest appearances before everyone received a medal.

And the traditional post-match fayre of hot dogs was enjoyed by everyone to round off a successful day at Silver Leys.



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