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Ricoh Arena Station No Use To Rugby Fans

27 August 2015 by Tim Groves

The new train station at Wasps’ Ricoh Arena is in the final stages of preparations before its opening next month but it will be of little use to rugby fans, according to reports. Fans travelling to ...

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Rugby World Cup 2015 Travel Agents Chosen

13 November 2013 by Editor

Rugby World Cup Limited (RWCL) and Rugby Travel and Hospitality Ltd (RTH) have announced the official travel agents (OTAs) for Rugby World Cup 2015 in England, with travel packages set to go on sale i...

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Rugby World Cup Attracts Record Travel Interest

13 June 2013 by Tim Groves

Organisers have revealed that a record number of companies have expressed interest in becoming an official travel agent of the Rugby World Cup in 2015. The status enables firms to use official Rugby W...

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Lions Offer Their Travelling Army Tickets To Ride

2 May 2013 by Adrian Hill

The announcement of the 37-man squad for the British & Irish Lions Tour to Australia is the most important milestone yet on the journey to the quadrennial highlight, but the starting gun for the d...

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Aussies Forecast £40m Lions Windfall

12 September 2012 by Peter Jackson of The Rugby Paper

The Rugby Paper has reported that The Australians have drawn up plans to cash in on the Lions by charging £200 a ticket for the three-Test series. As proof that there is still no business like Lions ...

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Charvis is Gullivers Ambassador

11 September 2012 by Editor

Gullivers Sports Travel has announced Colin Charvis as its new ‘Ambassador for Rugby’. In this role Charvis will join Gullivers and fans travelling on its tours to major international rugby event...

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