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Chelsea Alley now Black Ferns 'seasoned campaigner' - ASB Rugby Awards
Chelsea Alley now Black Ferns ‘seasoned campaigner’ – ASB Rugby Awards

With Chelsea Alley now a ‘seasoned campaigner’ for the Black Ferns XVs side, it is a story of recognized talent developing into a supreme talent. Celebrated this week at the New Zealand Rugby, ASB Rugby Awards, Alley was one of many women and men to be highlighted. Given praise in a year like no other yet, […]



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Paddy Ryan runs with the bal in Super Rugby action against the Rebels in 2018 at Melbourne, Australia
MLR San Diego Legion sign former Super Rugby player Paddy Ryan
Raheem Bashir - Apr 10, 2021

Paddy Ryan (pictured above) will join the second half of the 2021 MLR season. This will be his second stint with the San Diego Legion, with Ryan’s first stint in San Diego came in 2019, where he scored 15 points in 18 games. Paddy Ryan and his professional career It is official, Paddy Ryan is […]

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Five rugby intellectuals
Thomas Booth - Apr 9, 2021

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Lions: Which Scotland Players could make the squad?
Lions: Which Scotland Players could make the squad?
Ross Sanderson - Apr 8, 2021

Scotland fans have been hotly debating which players deserve to be on the plane for the 2021 Lions tour, with just one month to go before Warren Gatland announces his 36-man squad. In total, there have been 835 individuals capped for the Lions since the first tour of Australia and New Zealand in 1888 and […]

The San Diego Legion returning to hometown Carlsbad, San Diego base
The San Diego Legion returning to hometown Carlsbad, San Diego base
Raheem Bashir - Apr 7, 2021

There is some good news for San Diego Legion fans. On April 12, the side returns to their San Diego hometown base, and resume their training at Carlsbad. The Legion will play the rest of their home games at San Diego, having only played one home game this year in a temporary base in Las […]

Champions Cup: Top 5 Player Performances (Round of 16)
Champions Cup: Top 5 Player Performances (Round of 16)
Harry Hudson - Apr 6, 2021

It’s a Knockout! We saw many top performances in a scintillating weekend of Champions Cup rugby. One that could force a case for a re-jig of the tournament’s formatting in the future! If we can expect fast-paced rugby like when knockout stages are brought forward, then the organisers might just be sitting up in their […]

Red Roses England women's rugby team secure win against Scotland
Red Roses England women’s rugby team secure win against Scotland
Elizabeth Cartwright - Apr 3, 2021

The Red Roses England women’s rugby team secured their first win in the 2021 Women’s Six Nations Championship on Saturday afternoon. Simon Middleton’s side beat Scotland 52-10, scoring eight tries to one. The current Six Nations title holders – who go into the tournament as clear favourites – got their campaign off to the perfect […]

Toronto Wolfpack facing the Widnes Vikings in 2018
The North American Rugby League is born
Raheem Bashir - Apr 1, 2021

On March 31, the second professional men’s rugby league in the Americas was announced. This is the North American Rugby League (NARL), which will be based mostly in the U.S. but will also have teams from Ottawa and Toronto in Canada. The new North American Rugby League is officially born pic.twitter.com/QJ27IuuXPA — North American Rugby […]

Rugby Europe Championship 2021
Rugby Europe Championship 2021 – Triunfo and Desastre
Edward Anderson - Mar 31, 2021

The Rugby Europe Championship 2021 is now on hold until this summer, with a Covid disrupted tournament still a year away from normality. Last weekend had a massive role to play in who would be putting themselves in pole position to head to France. A fresh Portugal took on a winless Spain, whilst Romania had […]