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World Rugby committed to supporting development of female coaches
World Rugby committed to supporting development of female coaches

In support of ‘developing inspirational leadership’ World Rugby is committed to supporting the development of female coaches in the sport. Qualified teams for the  Rugby World Cup 2021 will participate in the opportunity to identify female coaches in this innovative program. Six countries are the first to put forward their nominated interns, who will see […]

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South African professional rugby
South African professional rugby returns: Super Fan Saturday

South African professional rugby returned to action on Super Fan Saturday. The event was held at Loftus Versveld in Pretoria on Saturday, with the four Super Rugby franchises on display. A return to rugby action It is too easy to make assumptions about teams and players, but the context of the matches does need to […]

The Toronto Wolfpack Super League status deferred
Raheem Bashir - Sep 27, 2020

The Toronto Wolfpack and their fans will need to wait a bit longer. Their application to return to Super League has been deferred to next month according to Sky Sports. As a result, the Wolfpack has four more weeks to convince Super League. The Toronto Wolfpack Decision Deferred to October The Wolfpack has four more […]

Finn Russell delighted to make Champions Cup final

Finn Russell was delighted to have helped guide Racing 92 to the Heineken Champions Cup final. The Scotland stand-off was at the heart of their win over defending champions Saracens in Paris on Saturday, and is now setting his sights on next month’s final. Racing 92 advance to the @ChampionsCup final! 💙 The Parisians end […]

Qantas Wallabies
Qantas has killed Rugby Australia, or has it?
Paul Peerdeman - Sep 25, 2020

Earlier this week, Qantas announced they would stop as sponsor of the Wallabies. It ends a partnership of 30 years. Financially, it could be the deathblow for struggling Rugby Australia. In other ways, it might just be their saviour too. The financial shortfall could not come at a worse time. The union was in trouble […]

Major League Rugby
Major League Rugby announces plan for the 2021 season
Raheem Bashir - Sep 23, 2020

Major League Rugby (MLR) will be back on March 20, 2021. There will be two expansion teams in the 2021 season, which will be in Dallas and Los Angeles. Major League Rugby is Back in 2021 Are you ready for rugby? Get the inside scoop on #MLR2021 📰[email protected] @GeorgeKillebrew @guardian @GuardianUS @TonyFayPR — […]

Premiership Rugby
Premiership Rugby ask government for aid

Premiership Rugby have asked the UK government for financial aid following the news from Boris Johnson that there won’t any crowds at outdoor sporting events until at least October, something which would financially cripple the English top division.  Premiership Rugby need bailout Premiership Rugby Chief executive Darren Childs said: “We can confirm we did hold […]

Saracens set to compete in Champions Cup semi-finals v Racing 92
Saracens set to compete in Champions Cup semi-finals v Racing 92

In a tumultuous season to date, Saracens are now set to compete in another Heineken Champions Cup semi-finals match-up versus Racing 92 on Saturday, September 26. They secured their place with victory over Guinness PRO14 champions Leinster. Winning 25-17, it makes the 2020 season much improved for Mark McCall, as he can feel satisfied that […]

Sale Sharks claim silverware in Premiership Rugby Cup Final

Six months late, but the first silverware of the 2019/20 English season has been claimed. Sale Sharks won the Premiership Rugby Cup final, beating Harlequins 27-19.  Sale Sharks win Premiership Rugby Cup Final The game ignited after a yellow card for Harlequins’ Stephan Lewies, with Sale scoring ten points during the sin-bin period.  Hooker Curtis […]