The recently formed Enniskillen RFC Inclusion Tag Team, the 'SKINclusions', made their debut at the half time interval of the Ulster v Connacht ladies match at Mullaghmeen on Saturday.

The team is made up of local children from 11-17 years old, growing in number from 6 to 12 since training began last month, and still recruiting.

With a dedicated young coaching team, made up of mostly men's, women's and U18 Skins players who have recently completed their IRFU disability coaching awards, and supportive parents, the experience to date for all involved has been thoroughly enjoyable and rewarding for everyone.

Wearing their new kit sponsored by Safehaven, the game itself was very evenly contested.

Led by the nominated captains Charlie Corrigan and Rachel McGuinness, the game was played in great spirits being supported keenly from the sidelines.

It ended four tries each to everyone's satisfaction. As part of the occasion the team got to give a guard of honour as the provincial teams came onto the pitch, and a group photo at the conclusion.

However, the highlight of the day was being presented with medals, kindly sponsored by Peter Stewart, by Skins own Irish international, Kathryn Dane, who was also on the Ulster ladies coaching panel.

Enniskillen RFC are immensely proud of their latest team, coaches and their commitment. We look forward to numbers growing further and future matches with other clubs with Inclusion tag teams.