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Hawk-Eye In Talks To Replace TMO System In Union

4 June 2014 by Editor

Technology company Hawk-Eye claims it is in talks with rugby union governing bodies regarding providing a replacement to the current television match official (TMO) system. Hawk-Eye provides ball-trac...

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RFL Breaking New Ground With Sport England Scheme

4 June 2014 by Editor

The Rugby Football League (RFL) has become the first national governing body to pass Quest, Sport England’s leading national quality scheme. In order to achieve Quest accreditation, the RFL Communit...

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Falcons Owner In Gateshead Thunder Takeover

28 May 2014 by Editor

Newcastle Falcons owner Semore Kurdi has taken over rugby league side Gateshead Thunder and it will now sit alongside the union club as part of Newcastle Rugby Limited with immediate effect. The Champ...

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Welsh Regions To Join Premiership 7s

21 May 2014 by Editor

Wales will stage the first leg of the Premiership Rugby 7s Series in 2014, with the four Welsh regions to compete in the tournament alongside Aviva Premiership clubs for the first time. The BT Sport C...

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IRB Aims To Grow Women’s RWC Brand

21 May 2014 by Editor

The International Rugby Board (IRB) has reaffirmed its commitment to growing the Women's Rugby World Cup brand by setting out a three-point plan to ensure the flagship event continues to grow and insp...

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USA Growth Continues As All Blacks And AP Clubs Reveal Plans

15 May 2014 by Editor

A report in The Times claims that talks to play at least one Premiership match in the USA are at an advanced stage, with the possibility of one game being held next season. Speculation that London Iri...

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