RugbyX, the Rugby Revolution?

RugbyX may give rugby the revolution it needs. With less and less players going into 15s and 7s this new format, masterminded by Fiji's former Olympic gold medal-winning sevens coach Ben Ryan, is a way to bolster grassroots rugby and to involve more people into the game. With both 15s

“It was seen as a bit freakish, and it wasn’t for women” Gary Street on rugby fever extending to the women’s game

Harlequin women’s joint head-coach, Gary Street has seen the landscape of rugby change dramatically.  With 27 years of experience in the women’s game, he’s seen the sport transition from the days when it was an anomaly, to what it is now, focused on ability rather than gender. “Probably one of the biggest

Rugby World Cup Final: Springboks rugby legend Naas Botha on how South Africa can stop England

After a month and a half of high-octane rugby, the World Cup has now reached its final game. Two-time champions South Africa will square off against one-time winners England at the International Stadium, Yokohama on Saturday. Both sides have shown signs of promise throughout the competition and it will be interesting

Uren steals the show in Women’s RugbyX

Emma Uren produced an incredible performance in the final of RugbyX. Her pace and skill blew away pre-tournament favourites the USA, as England were crowned Champions. The 22-year-old scored a hat-trick in the final and outfoxed her opponent in the winner takes all shoot-out. Unfortunately, the confusion surrounding the one-on-one format

USA and England into Women’s RugbyX Final

RugbyX got underway at The O2 arena, and was an instant success with the crowd and players alike. In the women's competition the first semi-final saw home side England take on France, a rivaly that always counts, know matter what the format. This was a high scoring brutal affair that saw England

Inside RugbyX: Sports Gazette lifts the lid on Monday’s training day

RugbyX kicks off this afternoon, with a number of nations from around the world challenging for the first trophy at the O2 arena. The crowds will be treated to full contact 5-aside rugby on a half-sized pitch, where there will be no lineouts, no conversions and a one on one decider

RugbyX Group A Preview

Group A Preview RugbyX is coming to London on Tuesday 29th October and some of the 7's circuit's biggest names will be coming to the O2 in a bid to win the very first trophy. Unsure what RugbyX is? Check out Sports Gazettes preview here: Group A includes England, Barbarians and Ireland.