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Casement Park Setback To Ireland 2023 Bid

16 December 2014 by Mark Tilley

A High Court ruling this week stated that government approval for a new 38,000 seater stadium at Casement Park in Belfast was unlawful, adding complication to the Irish bid to host the Rugby World Cup...

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£3.5m Development Planned For Highland Rugby Club

3 December 2014 by Mark Tilley

Plans are in place for a £3.5 million state-of-the-art sports development at the home of Highland Rugby Club in Scotland, according to a report in the Highland News. Highland Council has submitted a ...

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£500K Invested In Wolves' Training Base

27 November 2014 by Tim Groves

Warrington Wolves have revealed that they are investing as much as £500,000 in a new purpose-built indoor training facility next to its other facilities on the Warrington Padgate campus. The new faci...

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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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