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South Africa and Australia complete Dubai sevens double

South Africa overcome Australia to win second round of HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai to maintain record-breaking winning run while Argentina repeat bronze medal performance in the men’s competition Rio 2016 Olympic champions Australia win women’s title, with Fiji taking silver and France bronze in repeat of last weekend’s medallists The Series moves

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Bonus point win brings the buzz to Wasps Fest

Buzzing scenes at Twyford Avenue as Wasps secure a bonus point win over Sale Sharks, bringing in the Festive Cheer with four tries from Kerr, Monaghan and Nye.  Sharks found themselves in deep water early on after a red card for dangerous play was awarded, leaving them down a player and fighting with fourteen just thirteen

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Dramatic Finishes and a Red Card

Allianz Premier 15s – Round 7 In the biggest clash of the day Bristol Bears had to give way to the perennial winners, Saracens, but only after an almighty tussle at the StoneX. Hannah Botterman thought she had got over the line, but hadn’t counted on Sarah Bern dispossessing her as she fell earthwards –

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Wasps Fest is here!

December is upon us and that can only mean one thing… Wasps Fest is here! And joining us for a black and gold day of Rugby are the predators from up north, Sale Sharks. After their defeat to Bristol Bears last weekend, Wasps have been back at the hive preparing to take on Sale Sharks

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Seven is Somebody’s Lucky Number

Allianz Premier 15s – Round 7 Preview This weekend sees the only remaining unbeaten sides collide at the StoneX Stadium. This will be the big test for the Bears. Last week they shrugged off the challenge of a depleted Wasps side, but now the come to face a team that is very unused to losing.

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A slightly rejigged Six Nations

The programme published by the 6N committee is much as we might have expected it, combining fine features with one or two others. Very sensibly it sticks to last year’s late window of March-April. It keeps the notion of a ‘Finals Day’, though this time it’s simply a renaming of Round Five. For all the delights

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