Caleb Stick is the founder of Winnipeg Touch Rugby. Kiwi born and raised, Caleb has been living in Winnipeg for six years, and is looking to introduce others to this great sport.
“I am hoping to raise awareness about Touch Rugby, which is now officially launching in Winnipeg. It has a governing body as well as partnership with Canada Touch Rugby Inc. Five provinces are in the final stages of launching Canada on both the national and international stage.”
Touch rugby is a minimal contact sport for all skills levels, abilities, and degrees of fitness. The first session will be held from 3.30 pm to 5.30 pm beginning on Sunday April 10 at River Heights School at 1350 Grosvenor Ave.
All members of the public are invited to participate, and there is no cost to play. The Winnipeg group is open to both men and women, with a minimum age of 18. Newcomers are more than welcome!
Simply show up and learn a new sport with minimal rules.
For more information, visit their Facebook page.
Please pardon the late production of the November issue of The Southern Yarn. (Brian H takes full responsibility for its lateness!) For those awaiting it in the post, rest assured that it is probably en route via the postal buycialisquality.com system as you read this. For those modern and/or impatient folks amongst us, you can read the November Yarn right here by downloading the PDF via the magic of the Internet.
The final issue of The Southern Yarn for 2014 is available for you to download now!
Inside (page 6) you will find
- an invite from the Premier to visit the Legislative Buildings open house on December 6th
- the new DUCW executive for the upcoming year
- gold rush history from NZ – who knew?
- Holiday deals from Downunder Travel
- elation in rugby and tragedy in cricket
- and much more!
(Apologies to the links on this post previously going to the Dec. 2013 issue of the Yarn, rather than the 2014 issue. All fixed.)