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 –
The Rugby World Cup takes places in Japan come September 2019 and the venues spread throughout the country. So rugby fans will have an opportunity to visit not only Tokyo, but also cities such as Hokkaido and Oita.
And, luckily, the England team will play in cities that stretch from north
3rd February 2018. Stade de France, Paris. 82 minutes on the clock, France lead Ireland 13-12.
The away side go through the phases and work an opening for Jonny Sexton to win the match with a drop goal. A result that began a remarkable year for Irish rugby.
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
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
Stuart Lancaster has plenty of reasons to smile of late. After helping Leinster Rugby secure a famous double of the European Champions Cup and Pro 14 title last year, the former England head coach is setting his sights on even greater heights.
“We want to create a long term high performing
In an age obsessed with team-no-sleep hashtags and Mark Wahlberg’s daily routine, you are invited to delve into the life of Shaunagh Brown. Full-time firefighter. England and Harlequins Ladies back-row. Commonwealth Games bronze medallist. The Highland Games. Plus a brief stint in boxing. This proves just a glimpse into the CV
"You have to be willing to sacrifice who you are right now for who you want to become."
Alex Gray is an enigma of the National Football League. Coming off his first season with the Atlanta Falcons, he's taken a phenomenal leap of faith. After a successful eight-year professional rugby career,
After a recent international resurgence and a glorious summer spent with the Lions, England international James Haskell could have been forgiven for throwing his toys out of the pram at his exclusion from Eddie Jones’ squad for the Autumn internationals.
His reaction when I asked him about it couldn’t have been
The Rugby League World Cup kicks off in the early hours of Friday morning as England kick off their campaign off against reigning champions Australia.
The Lions will be up against it on Friday, as they haven’t beaten the Kangaroos since 2006, and although Australia will be without Jonathon Thurston and