- 10 things you did not (or maybe you did) know about Wasps
- Well it is a new era for the club, financial stability is secured, our own ground bought, and a club that is on the up on and off the field. With this in mind I felt it was time to take a trip down memory lane with 10 nuggets of Information. So whether you are a long standing supporter or a new Waspie I hope you find the following interesting about the club and just a couple of the players we love.
- Thanks and Good Luck Stephen!
- It was announced recently that at the end of this season Stephen Jones will be leaving the coaching team at Wasps and heading back to his homeland of Wales to take up the role of backs coach at Scarlets.
- We Came, We Saw, We Conquered
- Venimus, vidimus, vicimus Or in other words, we came, we saw, we conquered. Who would have imagined 12 months ago that Wasps would be playing in their own stadium in from of 28,000 people? And an Aviva Premiership record attendance for a home stadium? Certainly not me. And that Wasps would be pocketing somewhere between £500K and £600K in the process.
- The End of an Era
- Sunday the 14th of December saw the end of an era for Wasps. The bonus point win against French side Castres was the last ever home game at Adams Park. The team did us proud on the field, and the club did their best to make the day special, but there was a real feeling of sadness around the ground.
- Everybody Hates Us, And Actually We Do Care
- Life at Adams Park was always a little odd. As the tenants of a Football Club at their ground it never really felt like home. A situation that wasn’t helped by the bile spewed by a small but vocal group of Wycombe Wanderers’ supporters over on their forum.
Unofficial England Rugby Union
- England Saxons - Burgess Starts against Woolfhounds
- Sam Burgess will make his international rugby union debut when England Saxons take on Ireland Wolfhounds in Cork on Friday night, live on Sky Sports HD at 7:45pm. The Bath Rugby code-hopper will start at centre in one of the strongest Saxons sides selected in recent years. He will be joined in the midfield by Elliot Daly (Wasps) with England Test internationals Chris Ashton (Saracens) and Marland Yarde (Harlequins) on the wings. Worcester Warriors’ Chris Pennell, who made his England debut against the All Blacks last summer, will start at full back.
- NEW Trophy for RBS Six Nations Championship 2015
- The Six Nations Council announced today that the winners of 2015 RBS 6 Nations Championship will lift a brand new trophy on 21th March 2015.
- England Womens Sevens squad named for Brazil
- A 14-woman England Sevens squad has been named to travel to Brazil for the second round of the Sevens World Series in Sao Paulo, February 7-8. The squad will be whittled down to 12 players ahead of the tournament after a week of warm-weather training.
- England Women Statement
- The Rugby Football Union and the England Women’s Head Coach Gary Street have agreed to part company today by mutual consent. Graham Smith, the team’s assistant coach, will also leave his position following the end of this season’s Six Nations campaign. He has been involved in international teams since 1992 having also coached England Students, U18, Academy and Sevens.
- Six new caps in England Deaf squad
- ENGLAND Deaf have included six new caps, five of them in the starting XV, for their international against Wales at Cardiff Arms Park on Saturday January 31 (2.30pm).
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