Timeline for next four phases of ‘Return to Rugby’ published

The target is a resumption of contact training by 26th April for under-18s and by June for adults

A timeline for the return of contact training in club rugby has been published. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk
A timeline for the return of contact training in club rugby has been published. Image: © Craig Watson - www.craigwatson.co.uk

SCOTTISH RUGBY has published a timeline outlining the next four phases of the Return to Rugby process for the domestic game, which a targets a resumption of contact training by 26th April for under-18s, and by June for adults.

In the likelihood that rugby fixtures will be able to return over the summer months, Scottish Rugby has also committed to undertake a consultation with clubs for their views on next season, before confirming the 2021-22 season structure in May.

The timeline published is aligned to the Scottish Government’s own phased exit from current Level 4 restrictions, and in line with consultation from Sportscotland. All dates published in the timeline are subject to Scottish Government restrictions with specific information relating to each milestone to be communicated with further detail.

To view the Return to Rugby Timeline click HERE.


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