Thanks to all of you who pitched in and ensured there will be no hungry kids. The mains water is working a treat, sickness has faded away. There is a great crop of bananas and mangos, so the kids are getting plenty of fruit.
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Our honoured speaker this year is none other than John Taylor. John won his first cap for Wales at the age of 21 and played numerous Tests during the golden era of Welsh rugby.
Kent Society Chairman – Bill Hobba (Front Row, 3rd from left) & Kent Society COO – David Oliver (Back Row, Centre) enjoying the hospitalities of Twickenham at a Volunteers lunch.
It’s good to keep reflecting on the recent high tackle clarifications to ensure that we are consistent. Have a look at these clarifications on World Rugby Laws with accompanying videos illustrating the key points surrounding the laws.
The training meeting last night was really informative in helping us to identify the correct sanctions when there is contact to the head. Thank you to Luke Pearce for his inspirational insight on how to assess the incident and achieve the right outcome when delivering this new directive on the field.
It was great to see our young referees Olly Smith and Lewis Franks officiating with their coach Chris Smith on a Kent County U16’s game last night.