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Into the Land of Make-Believe – A Lions XV

One of the unfulfilled dreams of women’s rugby It wasn’t just the pandemic that put thoughts of a first-ever Women’s Lions tour on hold. It faces huge problems of sustainability. Where would they tour, who would come to watch in sufficient numbers to ensure financial well-being? Let’s put aside this pointless questioning and select two

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Latest News on the Rugby Front

The Italian Federation (FIR) has invested in fifteen scholarships to support players at or close to international level. These will help them to pursue their job or studies while continuing their rugby careers. The Olympics: According to opinion polls a majority of Japanese want the Olympics postponed or cancelled. The Prime Minister insists they will

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This Week – A Rugby Round-up

Wales Warren Abrahams has overseen his first two-day training session with the Welsh squad, Joining him were his two assistants, Rachel Taylor and Sophie Spence. Signings Saracens have signed two Canadians, Alysha Corrigan and Emma Taylor. Exeter have added three players to their strength, Laura Sheehan, the Ireland winger, and two USA forwards, Rachel Johnson

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Catch-up Allianz Premier 15s

The Quins-Sarries game postponed again When a club delays posting its side for a match for hours, these days you fear the worst And indeed, Quins have suffered a positive test which involved other members of the club. At 4.30 pm on the eve of the long-awaited clash with Saracens, the game was postponed a

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