Back row star Taine Basham was a special guest as Dragons Wheelchair Rugby proudly hosted a first-ever tournament over the weekend.
The Wales ace was a keen spectator – who later even tried his hand at wheelchair rugby – as teams from Bristol Bears Wheelchair Rugby, Plymouth (Endeavour Punishers Wheelchair Rugby) and Ospreys Wheelchair team competed at Pontypool Active Living Centre.
It was the first home tournament for the Gwent club who played for games and won two in a competition that was eventually won by the Ospreys team.
Dragons Wheelchair Rugby – supported by principle partner HH Foundation - are now looking forward to the new season and next development fixture in Bristol in July.
What is Wheelchair Rugby?
Wheelchair rugby is fast paced, high octane, highly addictive and the only full contact Paralympic sport, it is open to men and women with a physical impairment and paraplegics. Train, play, make new friends and keep fit in this great team environment. Be a part of the Dragons Wheelchair Rugby team and bring your fire.
To enquire about joining our Dragons Family, please contact our Head of Inclusion: email@example.com.
Dragons Wheelchair Rugby is an official GBWR team. To view on the GBWR website click HERE
To discover more about Dragons Wheelchair Rugby visit the website HERE