WANTED! New recruits to play rugby for Paignton Ladies in the season ahead.
The Saxons play in South West Two of the Women's Championship and as one of the leading clubs in Devon draws players from all over the county.
There is always room for new faces though at training on Tuesday nights.
"Everyone has different reasons for joining a sports team, to get fit, make new friends or even just the social side," said team member Amy Kerry.
"We are competitive, fun loving, outgoing and base our team around pride, power and team work.
"The team comes in all shapes and sizes some of which have been playing for 15 years and some beginners last season.
"Rugby as a sport is tough, you have to work hard, use every muscle in your body but most of all you have to work as a team.
"You don't have to be super fit to play rugby the training will improve that for you."
Call Lou Stafford on 07915696373 or go training any Tuesday from 6.45pm at Queens Park to get involved.
PAIGNTON Rugby Club Youth Academy have a try-it-out day for boys and girls ages 5 to 16 on Sunday, September 8 from 10.30am.
"If you are interested in giving rugby a go, whether you have played previously or never at all, you are welcome," said Paignton's director of communications Darren Law.
The day will end with a presentation of the recently achieved RFU Accreditation by the Mayor of Torbay and Exeter Chiefs and England flanker Tom Johnson.