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Saturday, July 19, 2008

Worthing festival - and other 7s/10s news

There will be at least one major tens festival in May next year - the Worthing 10s (which we missed out on this year due to the National 10s and the RFUW's date mix-up) will be held on Sunday 3rd May, the bank holiday weekend and in between the final two rounds of the National Cup.

May will also include the Dorking 7s (10th May), Herts 7s (17th May - venue to be confirmed, but in theory it should be Hertford's turn), and the National 7s (the RFUW calendar says Sunday 24th May but I strongly suspect it'll be Saturday 23rd) - so it'll be the usual exciting end to the season.

As for the National 10s... well, I hear that the complaints have had some effect in as much as senior officials at RFUW have been heard to say that they are "surprised at the response" (which shows how much they have a finger on the pulse of the junior game). In the next week or so we should hear once and for all whether this "surprise" will have been turned into action, or whether HQ will have put on their tin hats and dug themselves in behind the defence of their (unpublished) "statistics". In the meanwhile keep the barrage of letters and emails going - its your game after all!

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