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Gloucester Purchase Additional Kingsholm Land

19 November 2014 by Mark Tilley

Gloucester Rugby have purchased 5 Kingsholm Road, the former site of a car dealership, which is adjacent to the east end of their Kingsholm ground. The plot of land, approximately one third of an acre...

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Rosslyn Park Get Green Light For £1.5m Redevelopment

12 November 2014 by Mark Tilley

Plans for Rosslyn Park to give their Priory Lane ground a major facelift have been approved by the local council. An estimated £1.5m proposal has been approved by Wandsworth Council to add a new arti...

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Nottingham Downsize To Secure Future

6 November 2014 by Tim Groves

Moving from a 20,000-seater stadium to a wide open space with no permanent stands at all might be seen as a backward step but for Nottingham RFC the business case is clear and the move from Meadow Lan...

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Sheffield To Groundshare With Doncaster in 2015

29 October 2014 by Mark Tilley

Sheffield Eagles have confirmed that the club will play their home games at Doncaster's Keepmoat Stadium in 2015. The Eagles' Olympic Legacy Park will be under construction for the next year and the c...

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Nottingham To Leave Meadow Lane In New Year

15 October 2014 by Mark Tilley

Championship side Nottingham have announced they are to leave Meadow Lane and relocate home games to their Lady Bay Sports Ground training base less than a mile away. The club and Notts County FC, who...

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Wasps Move Casts Doubt On Coventry RFC Future

9 October 2014 by Tim Groves

So, Wasps have been sent to Coventry. Or, more accurately, have opted to make the 83-mile move voluntarily. For them it makes sense in many ways, not least because they are making a £3 million per ye...

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