A Glossop rugby club are looking for girls and women who are interested in giving rugby a try.
Glossop RUFC Amazones are keen to recruit women of all ages and girls who are in school Year 7 and above to join their team, especially if you've been inspired by the recent men's Rugby World Cup in Japan!
They train every Tuesday and Thursday evenings between 6.45pm and 8.15pm - at Longdendale High School in Hollingworth on Tuesdays and Glossop Rugby Club on Hargate Hill Lane in Charlesworth on Thursdays.
It's £1.50 per session, but for beginners, the first four sessions are free.
No previous experience is necessary - you can just go along and meet at the school entrance.
Sports clothes and trainers are all you need to get started.
Tonight's session (Tuesday 5 November) will be held indoors, rather than outdoors, at the school off Spring Street.
For more information, call Hannah on 07734 666418 or Katie on 07772 041499.
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