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Premiership Numbers Scheme Counts

3 September 2012

Premiership Rugby's Tackling Numbers programme has been shortlisted for an honour at the Sports Marketing 360 Awards in the “Making a Difference” category. The inititative, backed by MBNA, will be...

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Top Clubs Reap Benefit of Academies

12 July 2012 by Adrian Hill

There are few things more satisfying than seeing potential turn into tangible reward. All keen gardeners know that it’s only through care, attention and nurturing that humble seeds are transformed i...

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Uni RL Side Joins Championship One

9 May 2012 by RR Editor

The Rugby Football League (RFL) have today confirmed University of Gloucestershire All Golds as the third of four new teams that will join the semi-professional Championship 1 rugby league competitio...

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Youth Rugby Grapples with a Weighty Issue

4 April 2012 by Adrian Hill

Size matters in rugby union. The impact Jonah Lomu and modern-day behemoths such as George North and Manu Tuilagi have had bears testament to bulk having its uses; But should a line be drawn to preven...

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National Schools Sevens Feeds Dreams of the 7000

27 March 2012 by Adrian Hill

What do Gareth Edwards, Will Carling, Rob Andrew, Rory Underwood, Matt Dawson and Lawrence Dallaglio have in common? They all took their first steps to rugby greatness in the annual jamboree which is ...

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Wolves Announce New Rugby League Diploma

17 March 2012 by RR Editor

Warrington Wolves and the Warrington Collegiate have launched a new two-year Level 3 Diploma in rugby league. Students will study all aspects of the game including coaching, playing, officiating, spor...

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