Would you like to play international rugby for Wales?
Many people ask how deaf you need to be, to be eligible to play deaf rugby. Well, you don't need to be profoundly or totally deaf to qualify. You only need a combined average hearing loss of 25db or more in both ears.
This is approximately a minimum hearing loss in both ears or a moderate hearing loss in one ear but normal hearing in the other.
Discover more about deaf rugby and to see whether you could qualify by contacting Communications Officer Geraint Morgan here.
Wales crowned World Deaf Rugby Champions
Wales Deaf defeated England Deaf in the final of the inaugural World Deaf Rugby Sevens Tournament this morning by 21 points to 15.
Read the full story here.
International Test Match Deaf Rugby, Sydney 27 April 2018
World Deaf Rugby Sevens, Sydney 2018
View the feature broadcast by ITV Wales News on Tuesday 17 April 2018 in relation to the Team's participation in the World Deaf Rugby 7s.