With the season canceled, Memphis Inner City Rugby serves off the field

The Memphis Inner-City Rugby team can’t play ball in the COVID-19 pandemic so players and alumni coaches are lending a hand to families in need off the field. 

Coaches assembled and delivered close to 100 nutrition and support bags with basic household supplies to players and their families, as well as rugby equipment to keep skills sharp from home. They also passed out over 650 supply bags to other North Memphis residents.

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