Why Exeter Chiefs Can Stop the Saracens Machine And Lift The Premiership Trophy

Since rugby union’s Premiership began in 1987, there has often been one team that has dominated over a period of time. In the 1990s, Bath were the powerhouse before a period of dominance from Wasps and Leicester Tigers during the 2000s where the two clubs were champions for 11 out of

Behind the scenes of the 2003 Rugby World Cup: Former England media manager Richard Prescott on the triumph 15 years later

Saturday 22nd November 2003 is a date that will be forever etched into the memory of England rugby supporters. On a wet evening in Sydney, 15 million people were glued to their TVs as Sir Clive Woodward’s side pulled off a thrilling World Cup triumph against Australia. A man who was lucky

Up for the Cup: Hampton & Richmond boss Gary McCann hoping for giant-killing in front of cameras

Hampton and Richmond Borough manager Gary McCann is ready for the biggest match of his managerial career as the Beavers host League Two Oldham Athletic at the Beveree on Monday night in the first round proper of the FA Cup. McCann said at Thursday’s press conference: “It’s the biggest game for

London Scottish forward Byron Hodge ready for “huge game” with exile rivals

On a weekend where two high profile Premiership local derbies take place in Twickenham, the Championship fixture between London Scottish and London Irish at the Athletic Ground in Richmond may have gone under the radar for some. Irish’s relegation from the Premiership in May means these historic clubs will meet once