Source: England Hockey

Vitality Women’s Premier Division returns

After such a long wait, the Vitality Women’s Premier Division returned in spectacular fashion at the weekend with plenty of exciting games contested. Having sat top of the table when the 2020/21 season was cancelled, East Grinstead’s women started with an impressive victory over Loughborough Students, while Surbiton’s men came from behind to defeat Holcombe

Continue Reading →


Source: Manchester Thunder

Natalie Haythornthwaite returns to Manchester Thunder

It’s the moment netball fans have waited for: Natalie Haythornthwaite returns to Manchester Thunder for the 2022 season Since the news broke in Australia last week that Commonwealth Games gold medal winner Natalie Haythornthwaite would be returning to the UK to play in the Vitality Netball Superleague (VNSL), netball fans all around the country have

Continue Reading →


Source: Ash Goodchild @AshSportsPhotos

Wasps Welcome Worcester Warriors to Twyford Avenue

Buzzing from the highs of last week’s victory against Loughborough Lightning, Wasps are excited to return to the hive and take on Worcester Warriors for round three of the Allianz Premier 15s competition.  Mather has named her team which includes six changes to the starting fifteen- three positional and three personnel. We also welcome Rose

Continue Reading →


Source: Stephen Gaunt for Vitality Netball Superleague

Amy Carter to miss 2022 Superleague season

Manchester Thunder mid-courter, Amy Carter will miss the 2022 Vitality Netball Superleague season after rupturing her ACL Carter suffered the injury while in pre-season club training and will undergo surgery in early October. As a member of the Manchester Thunder squad since 2017, Carter had become an integral part of the team and was progressing

Continue Reading →


Source: Ash Goodchild @AshSportsPhotos

The Big Game – Fire and Ice

With the long-awaited return of spectators at live events, double English Champions Harlequins has announced the return of the world’s biggest annual club rugby event for a thirteenth year. Big Game 13, supported by Charles Stanley Wealth Managers, will mark Harlequins’ second-ever Double Header, with both the Club’s Men’s and Women’s teams in action for

Continue Reading →


Source: Mike Lee KLC Fotos for World Rugby

Pools and match schedule for Fast Four 2021 in Vancouver

The women’s Fast Four tournament begins on Saturday 18 September featuring teams from Canada, Great Britain, the USA and Mexico.  The tournament kicks on at 9.00am (local time) in Vancouver with the final on Sunday at 16.56 (local time). Fixtures: Saturday 18 September 2021 Match 1 USA 7S 22-12 CANADA Match 2 GREAT BRITAIN 7S

Continue Reading →


Source: Ash Goodchild @AshSportsPhotos

World Rugby launches Tackle Ready

New programme forms key head injury prevention initiative within World Rugby’s six-point player welfare advancement strategy All coaches at all levels will have access to a five-stage framework for coaching effective technique that promotes prevention World Rugby and national unions currently examining tackle height limits in key closed trials to aid welfare outcomes Tackle coaching in rugby is set to be revolutionised with

Continue Reading →

Women’s Rugby League Results 12 September

Women’s Rugby League Results 12 September Super League St Helens 50-6 win Castleford Tigers Leeds Rhinos 28-10 Wigan Warriors The Shield Featherstone Rovers 34-18 Warrington Wolves Friendlies Illingworth 14-34 Fryston Warriors Scarborough Pirates 4-78 West Leeds Eagles Ladies Championship Halifax 26-36 Oulton Raidettes Leigh Miners Rangers Ladies 24-0 Hull FC League 1 Dewsbury Moor Ladies

Continue Reading →