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O'Leary Sues IRFU

4 February 2014

The Sunday Times has reported that TOMAS O’LEARY, the Irish scrum-half now playing for London Irish, has filed a High Court action against the Irish Rugby Football Union (IRFU) seeking damages for...

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Big Bug Launches

29 January 2014 by Editor

Big Bug Sports Ltd, the major shareholder of Running Rugby, has launched a new rugby website for players, coaches, agents and team managers called “We’ve operated an on-line s...

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Salford Dreadful. It's Not the Players, It's the Mix - Says Darwin

29 January 2014 by Editor

Salford Red Devils’ expensively assembled playing squad for this Super League season is quite dreadful but not for the reasons you might think, according to Australian sports analyst Ben Darwin. ...

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Esportif Teams Up With Corner Flag & Kenyon

22 January 2014 by Editor

Rugby union player agency Esportif International has announced a merger with Corner Flag Management and the appointment of Peter Kenyon as non-executive chairman. Corner Flag Management will now beco...

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RPA Extends Role to Support England Women

14 January 2014 by Editor

The Rugby Players’ Association (RPA) is to further develop its relationship with England Women’s Rugby by taking responsibility for the welfare and personal development of the Women’s Elite Play...

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RPA Launch List Of Available Players

9 January 2014 by Editor

The Rugby Players Association has launched a new free agents list, which is designed to inform clubs of players that might be available to them due to them being out of contract at the end of the seas...

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