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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Source: England Rugby

Rugby volunteers given England treat

Stuart Lancaster and the England players have again paid tribute to the army of volunteers who underpin rugby in this country. A total of 15 volunteers belonging to clubs across the country were invited to watch the England senior squad train at Pennyhill Park – the team’s base during the RBS 6 Nations – in

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Source: World Rugby

More women are playing rugby than ever before

  Participation grows by 270,000 in 2014 Global total reaches record 1.77 million Record numbers of girls able to Get Into Rugby as the game celebrates International Women’s Day The global rugby community has united to celebrate the growth and development of women’s rugby on International Women’s Day under the theme ‘Make It Happen’. World

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Source: Chris Emmerson Thurrock

Richmond a step too far for the T-Birds

For a T-Birds team still bruised and battered from last week’s playoff, this Senior Cup fixture was probably a game too far, but it gave an important indication of where the team are in relation to a current top Premier League Club. Richmond finished second in the Premiership table despite beating Champions Saracens home and

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