Source: NZ Rugby

New Zealand school students tackle inactivity

School students tackle inactivity with programme inspired by women’s rugby, cricket & football World Cups Tākarokaro has been developed as part of the ‘In Our Backyard’ Project which is led by Sport NZ in partnership with MBIE, the Ministry of Education, and four National Sporting Organisations; New Zealand Rugby, Yachting New Zealand, New Zealand Cricket

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Professional Sevens takes a Step Forward

The Premier Rugby Sevens league in the USA, which I first reported on in May, has announced further details. It will be fascinating to see whether Sevens can thrive in this completely new format. Never before has a fully professional league been attempted. They don’t do the women’s game many favours, but we can enjoy

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Women’s Super League results Round 1

Big wins for all the home sides in the opening round of the Betfred Women’s Super League. Results: Round 1 – Sunday 18 April St Helens 86 – 0 Bradford Bulls Castleford Tigers 40 – 6  Featherstone Rovers Wigan Warriors 52 – 8  Warrington Wolves Leeds Rhinos 68 – 16 York City Knights

Source: David Howlett

Did somebody say Road Trip?

Last week’s Shark attack saw Wasps come out on top with an impressive 50 point win against Sale Sharks. The question is, can they make it two from two? This weekend Wasps make the journey north to face DMP Durham Sharks in their rescheduled fixture from earlier in the year. With the Women’s Six Nations

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