Category Archive: Rugby

Dec 05

Brazil Are Set to Play Portugal in a Pre-Christmas Friendly

The Portuguese calendar includes the game against Brazil on December 3 and will be only the second time in the game’s history that the two teams have met. The match looks set to be played in Coimbra. European Mini-Tour Brazil are using this winter tour of Europe as preparation for the Americas Rugby Championship next …

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Nov 07

England Pick Up Injuries at Controversial Training Camp

As the game of rugby becomes ever more competitive, it is no surprise to see teams pushed to their limit in training in a bid to ensure that they are sharper than any upcoming opponents. The right amount of training is vital. Too little and performance drops; too much and there’s a risk of burn-out …

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Oct 24

England Training Camp Sees Unprecedented Intensity

It’s the dream of every player from the moment they start playing their chosen sport to pull on their national jersey and represent their country. To get the call to join a national training squad is exhilarating and exciting, although it can cause difficulties for the club left behind. England Training Several Premiership coaches have …

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Sep 07

Bath Rugby Stalwarts Watson and Joseph Commit To Club

Fans looking to buy rugby shirts with these club stalwarts’ names on them will get another few seasons worth of wear from them, after the two backs committed their futures to the West Country club. Versatile Players Utility back, Watson, just 22 years old, has scored 12 tries for his club from 67 appearances in …

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Aug 10

British Women’s Rugby Sevens Finish With Their Heads Held High

Inaugural Medals Rio 2016 was the first time that women’s rugby 7s has been included as an Olympic sport. The Great Britain team has created its own little slice of Olympic history, regardless of the result, and has built on what was already a very close-knit squad. Many of the squad’s members have been playing …

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Jul 25

bledisloe cup 2016 Australia v New Zealand, Sydney

Rugby fans worldwide are gearing up for the annual clash between New Zealand and Australia as the two teams battle it out for the Bledisloe cup. Since the 1930s, the two nations have held regular contests, with New Zealand coming out on top in more than seventy five percent of them. Form Australia goes into …

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Jun 28

Wales Change Five For First All Black Test

Following their 27-13 defeat at the hands of old rivals England a fortnight ago, Wales has changed a third of its team for the next test, the first against New Zealand on the summer tour. Five Changes The changes come in an attempt to raise the Welsh game against the world’s number one team. One …

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May 23

2016 Women’s Asia Rugby Championship

The Asia Rugby Women’s Championship (ARWC) is under way in its second year of this format. It kicked off with defending champions Japan taking on Hong Kong at the Hong Kong Football Club in the first of the series of home and away games. It was a tough game for Hong Kong, and they came …

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Feb 26

Reasons why you should consider playing rugby

Are you looking for a new sport to enjoy? From football and cricket to tennis and basketball, the options are endless. However, one option you should certainly consider is rugby. This is a physical sport that can provide a huge thrill. Read on to discover the reasons why you should give it a try. It …

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Nov 26

Top 3 Must-Buy Protective Rugby Equipments for Professionals

Rugby has gained a lot of popularity worldwide. And this has increased the demand of good quality rugby equipments. The young generation have shown great interest in the game. However, there is no denying of the fact that rugby is actually an interesting game to be played worldwide. But one should never ignore the fact …

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