The EFL has announced that the Championship is provisionally set to return on June 20
The RFU has stated that clubs can now re-open their facilities and restart training from Monday (June 1).
An England deaf team international is one of many players that Burton Rugby Club has brought in this off-season.
He becomes the first person to take on the full-time position at the club since the tragic passing of former boss Dean Arnold earlier this year.
The prolific attacker has left the club on amicable terms to join a National League North outfit.
The news is released following yesterday’s announcement by UK Prime Minister Boris Johnson
The RFU has confirmed to Sport in Staffs that no date has been set regarding the return of rugby in Staffordshire and the rest of the country.
This comes as children start to go back to school from June 1.
The money will go towards the charity’s community work as well as the University Hospital of Derby and Burton NHS Foundation Trust.
The club has raised more than £1,400 for the Smash The Tash campaign which is fundraising for the NHS amid coronavirus