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Relegated Keighley Seek Legal Advice

10 September 2014 by Editor

Kingstone Press Championship side Keighley Cougars will seek legal advice following their relegation from the division after a 26-24 loss to Featherstone Rovers last weekend. The Cougars finished just...

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Welsh Rugby Saga Concludes With £60m Agreement

28 August 2014 by Editor

The long-running saga between the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU) and the nation’s four regions has to come to a close following the announcement of a £60m agreement. The WRU and Regional Rugby Wales (RRW)...

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IRB To Change Name To World Rugby

28 August 2014 by Editor

The International Rugby Board (IRB) will rename itself 'World Rugby' from November as the federation embarks on a major rebranding programme. The new brand, including a new logo, will be launched at t...

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Premiership Clubs In Dispute With RFU Over RWC Plans

27 August 2014 by Editor

Aviva Premiership clubs are threatening to continue playing throughout next season's Rugby World Cup in England unless a suitable deal is agreed with the Rugby Football Union (RFU), reports The Rugby ...

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England Women Gain Professional Status

27 August 2014 by Editor

England Women’s Sevens players will be professional athletes after signing full-time contracts with the Rugby Football Union (RFU) for the upcoming season. On the back of last week's World Cup win ...

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Women's World Cup Winners Target Professional Status

20 August 2014 by Editor

It is just a few days since England's Women's Rugby World Cup triumph but thoughts are already turning to the future and several high-profile figures are insisting that turning professional has to be...

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