The Dragons are a fabulous rugby club that get it just right. They are a wonderful social club … but no so social that they’re unfit to play! And they are a professional club, but without the pre tense
I have been involved with the Tag Rugby Trust ever since I toured with them to India in 2008 and it changed my life – I honestly mean that. It certainly changed my approach to Rugby and enriched my interpretation of just what it can achieve, specifically in developing countries like India. I cannot remember just what order it all happened in, but in 2008 I went to Kolkata with the TRT (then the TRDT) and met Paul Walsh – who introduced me to Abhi and others. I came to know the fantastic Jungle Crows, Future Hope school and of course Salien Tudu ….. the rest is history.
This has been a long time coming but last night we managed to go live at www.Q8Saracens.com for the Kuwait Saracens Rugby Club. Hennie and Mike have been very involved with the design which is always welcome.
My move to the Middle East in 2007 rekindled my love of playing rugby – as my body is incapable of doing so at anything less than 35 degrees heat – and this trip to India, along with tales from the Philippines and Indonesia relayed by my team mates in Dubai, bought back to me just how important rugby was for me when I was a young teenager – and I wanted to give something back. This is what Rugby Uncle is all about, for me.
At last, Tiverton Rugby Club and RuckinRugby are re-united with a great new website for the second half of the season and ready for 2010/11.
The new look Cardiff University RFC website finally goes live – looks good too.
Amongst all of these wonderful jpegs of wedding dresses and bridesmaids – there were also some rugby pics tucked away, – just to mix it up! i have just gone live with a first draft for Jeddah Rugby Club, that I am very pleased with – you can see it here, though it is yet to be finished off: http://220.127.116.11/jeddahrugby.com/index.php and I have also just about finished off a cool looking site for the Kuwait Rugby Academy here: www.Q8Saracens.com – both of these should get padded out with info throughout January and should be lookiing good for next season.
Maidan Hazard are the 2nd team over at Paul Walsh’s Kolkata Jungle Crows, probably the best rugby club – in the world
RuckinRugby have had some great and early success here in Dubai – see their BLOG for more news. This month they have signed up to design an all new website for the Arabian Gulf RFU – and one for Dubai’s oldest club, – the Dubai Exiles. RuckinRugby are continuing to look at business opportunities and have been talking to many clothing and kit suppliers as well as player agencies etc – it all looks good for the future.