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€20m Redevelopment Of RDS Gets Go Ahead

16 July 2014 by Editor

Redevelopment of Dublin's RDS Arena has been given the green light with capacity at the stadium set to be raised from 18,500 to 25,000. The Ballsbridge-based ground is primarily home to Leinster but i...

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Barr Appointed To £45M Ashton Gate Project

26 June 2014 by Editor

Bristol Sport has selected Barr Construction as the main contractor for the £45 million, two-year rebuild of the Ashton Gate Stadium. Bristol Rugby will relocate to Ashton Gate ahead of the 2014/15 G...

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London Welsh Agree Three-Year Deal To Stay In Oxford

9 April 2014 by Editor

London Welsh have confirmed a new three-year deal to continue playing their first team fixtures at the Kassam Stadium in Oxford. The club has been playing at the ground since its promotion to the Aviv...

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Tribunal Rules That Bath Can't Have Extra Land At The Rec

2 April 2014 by Editor

Bath Rugby's planned new stadium at The Recreation Ground looks likely to have to be built on the club’s current site after a tribunal vetoed plans to give it extra land. The independent panel has o...

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Doncaster Secure 2015 Rugby World Cup Funding

2 April 2014 by Editor

Castle Park, the home of Doncaster Knights, has been chosen as a Lead Up and Legacy Centre for the 2015 Rugby World Cup, earning the National League 1 club a grant of £50,000 from the RFU. The grant...

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Ashton Gate Redevelopment To Progress

26 March 2014 by Editor

Bristol Sport, the company managing the redevelopment of Bristol Rugby’s new home Ashton Gate, have confirmed that no application for a Judicial Review has been received within the permitted time pe...

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