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Welcome to Perfect Motion Touch, operators of touchrugby leagues across the East Midlands. We run mixed leagues in Nottingham across the whole year, with the addition of men's, women's and junior leagues in the Summer. We also organise dedicated competitions, including the Six Nations Touch Comp, the Corporate Games Touch and Nottingham Rugby Charity Touch. Whether you are new to the game of 'Touch', or have been playing for a number of years, playing Perfect Motion Touch is a great way to spend an evening after work. If you'd like to get in touch with us please drop us an email, or call us.

Nottingham Winter Leagues, January-March (Highfields Sports Ground, home of Beeston Hockey)

CONGRATULATIONS TO BEES (2018 WINTER LEAGUE CHAMPIONS) AND DERBY RAIDER (2018 DIVISION 2 WINNERS)

CURRENT CHAMPIONS: BEES

DIVISION 2 WINNERS: DERBY RAIDERS

For details of the final 2018 results and standings, click here.

Nottingham Summer Leagues, April-July (Gresham Sports Ground, West Bridgford)

Our Summer Leagues run from April to July and will feature 3-4 taster sessions ahead of the leagues starting. the details for 2018 are as follows:

Taster sessions: Mondays 9th and 16th April; Wednesdays 11th and 18th April.

Monday night leagues: From Monday 23rd April to 16th July, no fixtures on 7th or 28th May due to bank holidays.

Wednesday night leagues: From Wednesday 25th April to 11th July, no fixtures 30th May due to half term holidays.

The Summer League rules can be accessed from here and an entry form downloaded here.

For further details, please get in touch.

In 2017 we had 42 teams taking part, including eight under 15s teams in our Wednesday night junior league. Thanks to all the teams, referees and captains for making it such an enjoyable season. Congratulations to everyone, but especially our trophy winners below... with CBG taking the prestigious Mixed Open competition for the first time!

Mixed Open - Winners: Cr*p But Gorgeous

Mixed Open Division 2 - Winners: Bridgford Mash Up; Bowl Winners: New Kids

Men's Super League - Winners: Brokily Dokily; Bowl Winners: Malarkeys

Women's Super League - Winners: Lady Cats

Mixed Social - Winners: TmA; Bowl Winners: Can't Touch This

Juniors - Winners: Hingoke; Bowl Winners: WB All Blacks (u12s)

For a breakdown of the 2017 final results and standings, click here.

Nottingham Six Nations Mixed Touch Competition, Saturday 17th March 2018 (Lady Bay Sports Ground, home of Nottingham Rugby)

Unfortunately, the Second Perfect Motion and Nottingham Rugby Six Nations Touch Tournament scheduled for Saturday 17th March 2018 had to be postponed due to waterlogged pitches. We are hoping to resurrect the competition in 2019, so watch this space!

Congratulations to Canterbury Coalescence who won the first Nottingham Six Nations Mixed Touch Championships on Saturday 11th March 2017 at The Bay Sports Ground, home of Nottingham Rugby. Coinciding with Nottingham Rugby's first ever Six Nations Beer Festival, five teams competed against one another, before the Grand Final on the show pitch. Canterbury came out on top, beating Touch & Go, Touchy McTouch Face and The Hotsteppers, as well as The Black Cats (twice), with a exemplarary 7-3 win in the final to secure the trophy and case of beer, courtesy of sponsors Greene King.

Nottingham Autumn Leagues, September-November (Highfields Sports Ground, home of Beeston Hockey)

Our Autumn Leagues run from September to November and usually feature two mixed leagues of six teams in each. We normally have one or two taster sessions ahead of the leagues starting for those new to the sport of touch.

All fixtures and results will be uploaded here.

CURRENT CHAMPIONS: LOUGHBOROUGH WOLVES

DIVISION 2 WINNERS: NIGHTWINGS (ALL FEMALE TEAM)

For details of the final 2017 results and standings, click here.

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The Summer Touch leagues tapped off this week with 40 teams spread across six leagues. With two mixed, men's and women's leagues on Mondays; and juniors and social mixed leagues on Wednesdays, Summer Touch has most definitely returned.

Bees lead the way Bees lead the way in four of the six leagues after week 1, with Spanners and Hingoke topping the tables in the Men's and Juniors respectively. To view the latest league tables, results and fixtures click here.…

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