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Durham Representative Committee launches new County Coaches application process

Durham County RFU are pleased to announce a new application process open to anyone that wishes to be a representative coach.

We take great pride in our County Representative teams, and thanks to our valued volunteers we have not been short of our success.

Our most recent, saw our Senior Men make it all the way to the Bill Beaumont Division Two Final at Twickenham in May, beating Warwickshire to be titled the 2017/18 Champions.

But, we are always looking for new coaches, volunteers and members to join the programme and build on our success.

So, if you think this could be your next challenge, or you just want to get involved in some way then check out the following role descriptions and APPLY ONLINE HERE before Oct, 31.

Please be aware that our coaching programmes run at different times in the year; U15 Male (Feb - March), U16 Male (Jan -March), U17 Male (Jan - April), U18 Male (Oct - Jan), U15 Female (Feb - March), U18 Female (Jan - March). U20 Men, Senior Men, Senior Women (April - May).

As well as our county programme, we also have a talented players programme called DPP for ages U13 - U15 males. If you wish to get involved in that, please contact David Hill:

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