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Alex WalkerMy name is Alex Walker and I live in Berkshire, to the west of London. I play rugby at Marlow RFC and Reading Bluecoats. I support London Wasps, England and The British & Irish Lions. This website has pictures and descriptions of the matches I've been to, playing and courses and events that I have been on. It also has the latest news from the BBC and other sources and links to some of my favorite websites.Running for the try line

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BBC Rugby
Gloucester pair sign new contracts
England winger Charlie Sharples and forward Tom Savage and sign new long-term contracts with Gloucester.
Concussion 'link to brain function'
There could be a link between repeat concussion and brain function, the lead researcher of a new study funded by World Rugby says.
Lee 'on course' for World Cup opener
Wales and Scarlets prop Samson Lee is recovering "ahead of schedule" from injury and could be fit for the start of the World Cup.
Exeter ready for Bath and Gloucester
Exeter hooker Jack Yeandle says the club will not take their pre-season tournament with Bath and Gloucester lightly.
Dragons appoint Thomas as captain
Former Wales hooker Rhys Thomas succeeds the retired Lee Byrne as Newport Gwent Dragons captain for 2015-16.
Faletau move in WRU's hands - Ford
Taulupe Faletau's potential move to Bath is now in the hands of the Welsh Rugby Union, says Bath head coach Mike Ford.
Australia set up NZ title decider
Australia beat Argentina with three second-half tries to set up a Rugby Championship decider against New Zealand.
South Africa 20-27 New Zealand
Skipper Richie McCaw scores the decisive late try as the All Blacks beat South Africa 27-20 away in Johannesburg.
Ford keen to keep Burgess at flanker
Bath coach Mike Ford says he will still pick Sam Burgess at flanker but understands why England want him at centre.
Scotland need more leaders - Wright
A lack of top level experience may hinder Scotland at the World Cup, worries former prop Peter Wright.
More Rugby World Cup tickets on sale
An additional 100,000 tickets for the 2015 Rugby World Cup will go on sale next week, with over two million sold so far.
Burgess is not a centre - Dawson
Bath's Sam Burgess is not good enough to play at centre for England in the World Cup, says 2003 winner Matt Dawson.
Quins' Turner-Hall retires at 27
Harlequins' former England centre Jordan Turner-Hall retires at the age of 27 because of a long-standing hip injury.
VIDEO: Trinder hopeful of early comeback
Gloucester centre Henry Trinder says his rehabilitation from a knee injury is going well and he hopes to return sooner than predicted.
AUDIO: Sir Gareth Edwards, window smasher
Wales and Lions rugby legend Sir Gareth Edwards reveals his boyhood cricket exploits.
VIDEO: Wales aiming high in the Alps
Gareth Charles reports from Switzerland as Wales' rugby players are put through their paces ahead of the 2015 World Cup.
VIDEO: Cup in 'touching distance' - Morgan
England forward Ben Morgan tells BBC Points West he has a "mountain to climb" if he is to win his battle with injury and make the World Cup squad but has his "climbing shoes on and is raring to go".
VIDEO: 'Toughest camp' for Wales players
Wales forwards coach Robin McBryde is pleased with the efforts of the players during a pre-World Cup training camp which has been described as "brutal."
VIDEO: Gatland: 'Any issues, ring me'
Wales head coach Warren Gatland explains selection criteria for non-home-based players after the 2015 World Cup.
From rugby player to businessman
How former Australia scrum-half George Gregan built up a food and hospitality business that employs 280 people.

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Auction items on eBay for the Community Foundation
Every penny raised helps to support our Community Foundation
Wasps kit announcement
Following last weekend and #8217;s nail-biting game at Twickenham please see details below for how Wasps fans can bid for the match day 23 signed Invictus Games shirts which were proudly worn by our squad.
Tackling Numbers is relaunched with the support of Aviva
Read on to find out about the launch of the Aviva Tackling Numbers programme
Wasps A outdone at The Stoop
Harlequins A 35 and #8211; 14 Wasps A
Causeway become Main Partner of Wasps Academy
Wasps are pleased to announce that Causeway Technologies, the UK and #39;s leading provider of software for the Built Environment, have re-joined the Club as Main Partner of the Wasps Academy.
Records Broken at London Double Header
Wasps A to play Harlequins
Wasps A play Harlequins A at The Stoop this evening, kick off 19:30.
Wade looking to kick on after first game in nine months
After playing his first competitive match in nine months on Saturday, Christian Wade says he is looking to build on his form.
Post Match Reaction: Dai Young
Dai Young shares his thoughts on Wasps first Aviva Premiership game against Saracens in the London Double Header.
Wasps fall at final hurdle
Saracens 34 - 28 Wasps
Video: Elliot Daly Saracens Preview
Elliot Daly looks ahead to the opening game against Saracens.
Wasps name team for Twickenham
Wasps Director of Rugby Dai Young has named his side to face Saracens at Twickenham this Saturday in the first game of the London Double Header (KO 2pm).
Wade energised by Wasps and #8217; buzz
After returning from injury to take part in his first game last week, Christian Wade says that there is a new energy at the Club, fuelled by the competition for starting places.
Haskell shows HRH Wasps and #39; support for Invictus Games
Some photos make you proud as punch and this is certainly one of them.
Pre-Season Coaching at Kingham Hill School
Johnson: and #8220;We have improved every year and #8221;
Back Rower Ashley Johnson looks ahead to the 2014/15 season, which kicks off at Twickenham this Saturday.
Club statement
31 August 2014 - Wasps are aware of media reports in recent days linking the Club to a number of possible new stadiums.
Coachclass Programme is Shipshape at Shiplake
Pins and Stripes become Wasps and #8217; Official Tailors
Wasps are delighted to confirm that Pins and amp; Stripes will become the Club and #39;s Official Tailors.
Wasps plan partnership and kit announcements
After showing their support for the Invictus Games, Wasps will be announcing a number of exciting new partnerships over the course of the next few weeks.

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Waspies.Net
10 Things you didn't know about Wasps' Newest Signing
Recently Wasps announced the signing of Australian International George Smith for next season. If you have the slightest interest in Rugby you almost certainly know who he is, but here are ten things you might not know.
The man who would be wing
Christian Wade scored 12 tries in the Premiership this season. Pretty good considering he was out injured for several games. Last year he was sidelined for almost the entire season, but the year before that he topped the table along with his fellow Wasp Tom Varndell with 13. The season before he was second with one try less that Rob Miller. That was his first full season in the first team.
A Ricoh by any other name...
With the naming rights to our new home coming up in the not too distant future there has been a lot of discussion as to what the new name of the Ricoh Arena may be.
Welsh v Wasps - Official Report
Wasps get maximum haul at the Kassam With a Tom Varndell hat-trick leading the way, Wasps secured the bonus-point win they needed to keep up their challenge for a top-six finish.
Why Nathan Hughes was right to be Carded.
The rugby world has been ablaze over the last few days with talk about Nathan Hughes. In case you've been hiding under a rock I'll summarise. During the Saints game he caught George North on the head with his shin and knocked him out cold. The ref at the time said he thought it looked like Hughes was attempting to kick the ball from North as he scored and so red carded him. The disciplinary committee stated that it was clearly not a purposeful assault, but due to the nature of the outcome classed it as “Reckless” and so banned him for three games.

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Unofficial England Rugby Union
Great Britain Rugby Sevens have today announced the coaching
Great Britain Rugby Sevens have today announced the coaching structure for the men’s and women’s programmes ahead of the Rio 2016 Olympics Games.   Simon Amor will take the position of head coach for the men’s setup with Gareth Williams joining him as assistant coach. Both are currently head coaches for England and Wales men’s sides respectively.
RWC2015 Sponsor - The 'Art of Rugby'
With just under two months before the Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks off, we wanted to give you the heads up on our free to enter Rugby World Cup Prediction League competition, which will be starting soon.
Land Rover Ambassador Mike Brown chats to Sportsbeat
‘Land Rover Ambassador Mike Brown - Interview on Rugby World Cup 2015, Selection, Injury and Leigh Halfpenny.
England 7s taken down by Les Blues
ENGLAND may have come up just short in their bid to win the Exeter leg of the Rugby Europe Grand Prix 7s Series but captain James Rodwell believes plenty of progress was made over the weekend.
RWC Trophy Tour with Landrover - Lewis Mood Interview
This November will mark 12 years since Jonny Wilkinson's drop goal famously handed England a 20-17 victory over Australia in Sydney as they lifted the Webb Ellis Cup for the first, and to date only, time in their history. That triumph was the culmination of 20 months of dominance, during which time the Red Rose won 22 games and lost just once - a 17-16 reverse to France in a  Rugby World Cup warm-up game in Marseille. By contrast, the 2015 version of England have lost six of their previous 12 matches, although they did only miss out on the Six Nations title to Ireland this spring on points difference.

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Premiership Rugby
Gavin Kerr has to retire
Sale Sharks have announced the forced retirement of prop Gavin Kerr
Waldouck commits long term future to Wasps
Waldouck commits long term future to Wasps and joins Webber as 2010/11 Vice Captain. London Wasps Director of Rugby Tony Hanks today named Dominic Waldouck and Rob Webber as Vice Captains for the 2010/11 season.
Young gun Wade commits future to Wasps
London Wasps are delighted to confirm that Academy winger Christian Wade has today signed a new three year contract with the Club.
Polu relishing challenge ahead with the Chiefs
Samoan international Junior Poluleuligaga jetted into Sandy Park determined to help play his part as the Exeter Chiefs prepare for their maiden voyage in the Aviva Premiership.
Chiefs announce new travel plans to supporters
Exeter Chiefs are teaming up with First Great Western and Dartline Coaches to help rugby enthusiasts from around the South West enjoy the action of the Aviva Premiership this season.
Chiefs are hottest ticket in town
Exeter Chiefs are well on course to selling out their Sandy Park home for their Aviva Premiership debut against Gloucester on Saturday, September 4.
Saracens announce Wembley matches
Saracens are pleased to announce they will play two more matches at Wembley Stadium.
Baxter prepares his Chiefs for premier battle
Exeter Chiefs may only be a few weeks away from making their Aviva Premiership bow against Gloucester at Sandy Park, but already the battle for a place within Rob Baxter's first team has begun at Sandy Park.
Audio Special: J.P. Morgan Asset Management Premiership 7s Final
Catch up with the latest from the J.P. Morgan Asset Management 7s Series podcast with coverage from the final night in Bath on Friday.
Saracens win inaugural 7s Series
A warm and dry Friday evening in Bath set the backdrop for the final of the J.P Morgan Asset Management Premiership Rugby Sevens Series.

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