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

RugbyX Men’s Group stages

Group A The opening game in the group was between the home nation, England and the much-fancied Barbarians. It was an electric start for the Baa-Baas with Samisoni Viriviri bundling over the line in the opening ten seconds. The fast-paced action continued, with both teams getting on the scoresheet as the

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

RugbyX Group B Preview

Group B Preview High intensity, high energy and high speed, introducing RugbyX. Full contact, 5-aside rugby but on a half-sized pitch, the first ever RugbyX tournament will take place on Tuesday 29 October at the O2 and stars some of the sevens circuits biggest names. Want to know more about what RugbyX

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.

This is Rugby Union, but not as we know it.

RugbyX is coming to town, and with it some of the biggest names in the game. The new 5-a-side, full contact, fast and furious version of rugby is aiming to make the same impact T20 cricket had on the world of sport.     Looking at some of the star players and coaches involved,