Shaunagh Brown: The life of the firefighting England Rugby International

Shaunagh Brown was announced in January as one of 28 women who would be given full-time, professional contracts by the RFU. This announcement has acted as a ground-breaking moment within the history of English women’s rugby and has provided an even greater platform for the women’s game to be played on –

Saracens and Newcastle Falcons Prepare for Premier League Take-Over in International Break

Tomorrow sees both Saracens and Newcastle Falcons take home Gallagher Premiership fixtures to Premier League football stadiums. Saracens will host Harlequins at the London Stadium, home of West Ham United, at 3pm before the Falcons take over St James’ Park for their match with Sale Sharks at 5.30pm. http://gty.im/491694588 With domestic football taking

International Women’s Day: Sports Gazette’s starting XI of female sports journalists

In results released from a 2018 report from Women in Sport, they found that women make up just over 10% of the sports journalism industry, and 40% of them feel that they still face discrimination because of their sex. Some found that it took them far longer to gain credibility and

Sports Gazette Rugby Podcast: Episode 3

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Join Rob Sutton and Michael Jordan as they look ahead to the third round of matches in the 2019 Six Nations Championship. The showdown between Wales and England in Cardiff on Saturday takes centre stage while Ireland are looking to continue their championship charge against Italy. They are also joined by France

Two time French champion, Robert Espanol, slams the state of modern ‘gladiator rugby’

In Cazéres, a small town of 5,000 people in the south-west of France, two-time French title winner Robert Espanol tunes into his country’s Six Nations clash with England, and laments the state of modern rugby on display. The 89-year-old, who won back to back championships with Castres Olympiques in 1949 and 1950, believes that the game