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Sexton and Trémoulière named World Rugby Players of the Year 2018

Ireland’s Johnny Sexton and France’s Jessy Trémoulière have been named World Rugby Men’s and Women’s 15s Player of the Year 2018 in association with Mastercard respectively at the World Rugby Awards in Monte Carlo on Sunday. On a night to remember in the presence of His Serene Highness Prince Albert II of Monaco and greats

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Wasps inspired first half seals victory against Gloucester-Hartpury

Wasps inspired first-half seals 26-10 victory against Gloucester-Hartpury Wasps produced some outstanding rugby in the first half at Twyford Avenue to put themselves out of reach of Gloucester-Hartpury. Despite a ferocious fightback from the visitors, Wasps resolute defence held firm to seal a 26-10 victory against another play-off contender. Wasps looked dangerous in the opening

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England Rugby continue their support for Rainbow Laces campaign

England Rugby will continue their promotion of Stonewall’s Rainbow Laces campaign at Twickenham Stadium this Saturday, with the organisation selected as match day charity for both Quilter Internationals. The campaign will initially be promoted during the men’s international between England and Australia (3.00pm kick off, live on Sky Sports Main Event), as well as during the subsequent Red Roses fixture against

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Lightning look ahead to top of the table clash

After a break in the season for the Quilter Internationals, Loughborough Lightning Rugby will return to the field this weekend against reining Tyrrells Premier 15’s champions Saracens, as they travel south to Allianz Park. Having learnt a lot from their previous few matches, Lightning will look to come out all guns blazing on Saturday and

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England National Academy beaten by Canada Women A

England Women National Academy were beaten 35-14 by Canada Women A at Cobham RFC on Wednesday. Jo Yapp’s side trailed 14-7 at the break, with Canada scoring converted tries through Brittany Kassil and Gabby Senft, while England responded through Rosie Galligan with Ellie Green converting. Elizabeth Crake crossed for England which Lizzie Goulden converted but Canada

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England Women Sevens squad named for Dubai

England Women Sevens head coach James Bailey has named his 12-player squad for the second round of the HSBC World Rugby Women’s Sevens Series which takes place in Dubai on 29 & 30 November, streamed live on WorldRugby.org. Last year’s RPA Women’s Sevens Player of the Year winner Alex Matthews will make her first appearance

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Harlequins Launches The Game Changer

Harlequins Ladies aim to create history again when they face Gloucester Hartpury at The Stoop on 30th March. Following the success of last year’s record-breaking attempt to have the highest ever attendance for a women’s Club match in the UK, Harlequins today launches The Game Changer: an annual celebration of the women’s game at The

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