Further to the recent news story
about Brumbies flanker David Pocock taking a stand against
homophobic slurs on the pitch by NSW Waratahs Jacques Potgieter,
IGR Vice Chairman Andrew "Fuzz" Purchas discusses
the events as part of an article by The Sydney Morning Herald.
IGR is delighted to have received
a letter of support for the Bingham Cup 2014 from the International
Rugby Board CEO Brett Gosper, describing the event as "a
symbol of the power of sport to drive social change".
View the full letter here.
IGR offers a range of membership options
to maximise your ability to participate in the game of rugby,
whether as part of a brand new club or as an individual
seeking to become part of the world's LGBT inclusive rugby
As a Charitable Incorporated Organisation in England,
IGR has the ability to hold assets such as donations, trademarks
and sponsorships. The non-profit status of a CIO also allows
for IGR to distribute donations and assets to their member
International Gay Rugby (Association
& Board) - IGR (Registered Charity Number 1154241) is
a charity registered in England and Wales
whose registered office is at 71 Holland Road, West Ham,
London, England E15 3BP, United Kingdom.