Autumn International’s dates set, including Nations Cup & Women’s Tests

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As the year passes the change in seasons, gladly for rugby fans, it means Autumn International’s dates have been set, including Nations Cup and Women’s Test matches. Knowing this, it brings the theatre of International rugby a step closer. All the while, Guinness PRO14 and the Premiership point towards their playoffs and grand final. All […] READ MORE


How will Glenn Delaney manage Halfpenny and Williams

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New head coach Glenn Delaney will have plenty of questions to answer as he prepares for his next adventure as the new head coach of the Scarlets. Few questions will be as important as how to accommodate both Liam Williams and Leigh Halfpenny. Halfpenny has reportedly signed an extension to remain in Llanelli per WalesOnline, […] READ MORE


CVC, TV Deals and Sustainability; is Rugby at the mercy of Private Equity?

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As CVC investment into Rugby continues at a frightening pace and terrestrial rugby coverage could be coming to an end, what position does this place the sustainability of rugby? David Challis analyses the state of commercial rugby going forwards, referencing the role of private equity, the next round of television deals and where this places […] READ MORE


What are the skills needed for a good rugby player?

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Millions of young boys and girls dream of playing in the Six Nations tournament or the Rugby World Cup. Yet, only a few elite rugby players are able to achieve that dream. While only the elite players are able to play in the Six Nations and/or Rugby World Cup, the number of players that achieve […] READ MORE


Six Nations matches under threat due to Coronavirus

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Italy has seen an outbreak of the Coronavirus, and 11 towns in Italy have now been quarantined due to the deadly virus. Travellers returning to Great Britain have been told to “self-isolate” themselves at home, and worries over the coronavirus’s spread have caused upcoming Six Nations fixtures to be under threat. Italy’s men’s and women’s […] READ MORE


Wales women thinking ‘positive’ despite heavy French defeat

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Following their drubbing at the hands of France, Wales women are feeling “positive” and are excited against their challenge against England. Captain Siwan Lillicrap spoke to the media. Wales women feeling upbeat “This might come to a shock for people listening in, but we’re feeling positive. They are semi-professional and one of the best sides […] READ MORE


Wales vs. France – Women’s Six Nations

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Live action from the Arms Park as Wales take on France in the women’s Six Nations. Robert Rees brings you all the live action.  Women’s Six Nations Wales vs. France     “Main photo credit” Embed from Getty Images READ MORE


Women’s Six Nations needs a face lift

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As the women’s Six Nations fights alongside the men’s and U20s for a spot in the rugby calendar shoddy scheduling and poor commercialism have driven it to [some would say] a fate less admired than it’s male equivalent.  As the Women compete for the prestigious Six Nations title, factors are seemingly against it being more […] READ MORE


Dan Robson; his comeback from illness, England Rugby ambitions

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2019 was a rollercoaster for Wasps scrum-half Dan Robson. In March of that year, Robson made his England debut vs Italy appearing off the bench and scoring in the Six Nations. A dream-like reality. However, in the week that followed Robson would be hit by a set back no one expected. After being named in […] READ MORE


Ted Hill ‘massively pleased’ with England call-up

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Worcester Warriors flanker Ted Hill is keen to show ‘best version’ of himself to Eddie Jones after his England squad call-up. The 20-year-old has been capped by Jones once, in England’s autumn series against Japan before the World Cup. Unfortunately, Hill didn’t make the cut for the Australian’s squad for Japan but with a number […] READ MORE