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Portuguese health sector company supports PRYF for the tenth consecutive year


Joaquim Chaves Saúde (JCS) renewed its support for the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival (PRYF), making this its tenth consecutive year at the tournament. The Portuguese health sector company ensures, through its sports medicine specialized unit, medical care for all athletes present in the largest youth rugby tournament in Europe. JCS is also in charge of the medical center at the event visitors’ disposal.

George Tavner and Andrew Webb, two prestigious youth coaches from the Rugby Football Union (RFU) and England’s Premiership, will lead three workshops during this year's Portugal Rugby Youth Festival (PRYF).

Tavner, who is currently the leader of the Bath Academy, and Webb, who is now working directly for the RFU, will conduct a session aimed at Portuguese coaches on Friday, April 12, in partnership with the Portuguese Federation of Rugby.

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Luso Fruta renewed its partnership with the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival (PRYF). Therefore, the brand will be present, for the sixth consecutive year, in the PRYF.
PRYF’s 11th edition, which will take place on April 13 and 14 at the University Stadium in Lisbon, will bring together 3 000 young players from 118 teams, 55 of them from outside Portugal. More than 15 000 visitors are expected each day of the tournament.

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The Japanese brand is, since 2011, sponsor for the largest youth rugby tournament in Europe
 
Honda has once again renewed its partnership with the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival (PRYF), making its way into the tournament for the ninth consecutive year. Honda supplies the scooters used by the PRYF organization to prepare for this 11th edition, which will take place on April 13 and 14 at the University Stadium in Lisbon, bringing together 3 000 young players from 118 teams, including 55 coming from outside Portugal.

The Portuguese coffee market leader joins the largest European youth rugby tournament for the first time

Delta Cafés is the latest brand to support the Portugal Rugby Youth Festival (PRYF). The Portuguese coffee market leader is joining the largest youth rugby tournament in Europe, which in its 11th edition, taking place on April 13 and 14 at the University Stadium in Lisbon, will bring together 3 000 young players from 118 teams, of which 55 come from outside Portugal. The 15 000 visitors expected each day of the event will, therefore, have at their disposal the familiar and tasty Delta coffee they know so well.

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