Murderball Rugby is an organisation aimed at making disabled and disadvantaged lives better by raising money through corporate charity fun days, events and dinners. Run by James Price, a wheelchair rugby player since 2001 and now a National level 2 wheelchair rugby coach and current head coach of Gloucester Wheelchair Rugby team. James has a clear history of success in raising money for charity, including developing charities whilst at the helm, notably as chairman of Leicester Tigers WRC and bringing in Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby's first ever Sport England grant in 2009 for £480,000.00 as Development Director, enabling the transformation of the sport in the UK to what it is today. James is a veteran of wheelchair sport since breaking his neck in 1999 in a freak diving accident, leaving him quadriplegic and a full time wheelchair user; playing for Great Britain Wheelchair Rugby team at the New Zealand World Championships in 2006, representing British Athletics in the 2017 wheelchair marathon World Cup and competing in several marathons for charity. Previous Murderball Rugby events have been a huge success in raising money for worthy charities and individuals and are delivered in safe, fun and friendly environements.