Source: World Rugby

World Rugby rolled out record testing programme in 2014

More anti-doping tests were carried out by World Rugby last year than at any other point since testing began, underlining its commitment to maintaining a level playing field in the game. Rugby’s governing body has long believed in the preventative power of education to back-up its targeted testing programmes and delivered mandatory education workshops to

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Source: World Rugby

World Rugby signs historic agreement with International Gay Rugby

World Rugby and International Gay Rugby (IGR) have signed an historic agreement to collaborate on the continued promotion of equality and inclusivity in rugby. The agreement, signed at World Rugby House in Dublin last week, outlines a commitment between the two organisations to work together to educate and eliminate homophobia in rugby. Under the terms

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England Women’s Academy squad announced for tour against Australia

The England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) today announced a 14-player England Women’s Academy (EWA) squad to play four 50-over matches and two Twenty20s against their Australian equivalents – the Commonwealth Bank Shooting Stars – in the UAE next month. Kent’s Tammy Beaumont will lead an experienced EWA touring party, which includes Lauren Winfield (Yorkshire) and

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Source: 4TLOS

The RAF sink the Navy

4TLOS were delighted to be invited to RAF Cosford to watch the RAF take on the Navy in the Inter Services Championship.  We will be receiving an official match report but here is our unofficial effort together with a few photos of the match.  The RAF eventually won 4-0 in a hard fought contest which, as you

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Cyprus Cup – Final Day Update

England were worthy winners of the Cyprus Cup beating Canada 1-0 to win the Trophy. Round up of all the scores from the final day: 11th/12th place:   Republic of Korea 6 – 5  PEN. (1-1)  Belgium 9th/10th place:    Finland 2 – 1 South Africa 7th/8th place:      Scotland 3 – 1 The Netherlands 5th/6th place:      Australia

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