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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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Chelsea Explore Possible Twickenham Move

1 October 2014 by Mark Tilley

Chelsea Football Club have made an initial approach to the Rugby Football Union (RFU) about playing at Twickenham Stadium for one season whilst their Stamford Bridge ground is being redeveloped. Th...

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Sheffield Eagles Secure Investment For New Stadium

1 October 2014 by Mark Tilley

Sheffield Eagles will return to the site of the old Don Valley Stadium in 2016, when they move in to a new community stadium in the Olympic Legacy Park. The Eagles have secured a significant investmen...

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Wasps Quiet On Coventry Rumours

3 September 2014 by Editor

Wasps have released a statement in the wake of media reports that they are considering moving high profile games to the Ricoh Arena in Coventry. An Evening Standard report suggested that the club were...

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