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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
Rugby World Cup 2019: Spain's players described as 'hooligans' after Belgium defeat
Spain's players acted like "hooligans" after missing out a World Cup place, says the Romanian Rugby Federation president.
Rugby Union: Jones retains RFU support despite fifth-place Six Nations finish
The Rugby Football Union says it does not regret extending England head coach Eddie Jones' contract despite their poor Six Nations.
Nice not to be wearing a towel for once - Warburton collects OBE from Prince William
The flanker says it was nice not to be wearing a towel when talking to Prince William, for a change.
Rob Baxter: Exeter Chiefs ready to 'put foot down' in Premiership title defence
Exeter director of rugby Rob Baxter says his side are "looking to put their foot down" in defence of their Premiership title.
Channel 4 agrees European Champions Cup deal
Channel 4 agrees a deal to show nine live matches per season from the European Rugby Champions Cup - including the final - until 2022.
South Africa scrum-half Hougaard extends Worcester deal
Worcester Warriors' South Africa international scrum-half Francois Hougaard signs a new three-year deal.
North 'disciplined' by Northampton for missing training
Wales wing George North is "disciplined" by his club Northampton Saints after missing a training session.
Spain lodge formal complaint after controversial defeat
The Spanish Rugby Federation has lodged a formal complaint to World Rugby and Rugby Europe after the national team's defeat by Belgium.
Former All Black Mika dies suddenly at 45
Former New Zealand international Dylan Mika dies suddenly at the age of 45, his family announces.
Grand Slam winners Rory Best, Iain Henderson and Rob Kearney sign IRFU contract extensions
Rory Best, Iain Henderson and Rob Kearney pen IRFU contract extensions in the wake of Ireland's Grand Slam success.
Anger at Tonga women's rugby 'ban'
Official letter says sport goes against young women's dignity, culture and traditions.
Team-mates didn't think it was a try - Ireland's Stockdale on Twickenham score
Jacob Stockdale says his Ireland team-mates didn't believe he had scored a try as he touched down to extend his team's lead in Saturday's Grand Slam victory over England.
Franco Marais: Gloucester sign Sharks hooker for start of 2018-19 season
Premiership club Gloucester agree a deal to sign South African hooker Franco Marais for next season.
Pro14: Scarlets to rest Wales stars against Munster
Defending champions Scarlets will be without most of their Wales squad players for the Pro14 trip to face Munster.
Cardiff Blues: Australian John Mulvihill named new coach
Cardiff Blues have named John Mulvihill as their new head coach. The Australian will succeed Danny Wilson.
Josh Charnley: Warrington wing has no regrets about time in rugby union
Warrington wing Josh Charnley has no regrets about his time in rugby union after crossing codes back to rugby league.
Sport on the BBC: Best of this week's TV & radio coverage
This week's sport on the BBC includes New Zealand v England in the first Test, Gymnastics World Cup and the Boat Race between Oxford and Cambridge.
'Reasons to be cheerful, but work to be done'
Scotland matched their best finish in the Six Nations, and delivered some glorious moments, but they still have improvements to make.
Ireland's Grand Slam: We'll always want more - captain Best
Ireland's Grand Slam-winning captain Rory Best says his team-mates will "keep on wanting more" after their clean sweep in the 2018 Six Nations.
Six Nations Shuffle: Celebrations for Ireland, aerial ping pong & a crocodile roll
Watch the quirkier moments from the final weekend of the Six Nations, featuring celebrations for Ireland, aerial ping pong, a steamy Alun Wyn Jones and a crocodile roll.

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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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Wasps team to play Saracens
Wasps’ Director of Rugby Dai Young has named the side to travel to Allianz Park on Sunday to face reigning European Champions Saracens. Willie le Roux returns at full back, with Rob Miller moving to fly half in the absence of Jimmy Gopperth who picked up an injury against Bath last weekend.
Wasps open season with a thrilling win over Exeter Chiefs
Wasps brought an end to their run of five years without an opening day victory with a nail-biting win over Exeter Chiefs, so often their nemesis in the past.   
Pre-Season Fixtures Confirmed
2016/17 pre-season schedule confirmed Wasps have today confirmed their 2016/17 pre-season schedule, which will see them face Yorkshire Carnegie and Bristol Rugby, as well as taking part in the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s.
Wasps lose out to Gloucester
Wasps’ run of six successive wins came to an end, against a determined Gloucester side who made light of a series of injuries and were deserved winners.      The home side dominated the first half and led 10-3 at the break. Christian Wade’s scintillating 42nd-minute try produced the most memorable moment for Wasps before Greig Laidlaw landed a penalty with 24 minutes to play, which turned out to be the deciding score.
The Case for Ruaridh Jackson as Wasps' First Choice Fly Half
Jimmy Gopperth is clearly the first choice at 10 for Wasps, I'd like to show why that is a mistake. Firstly lets just look at the basic statistics of the season so far. 

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Unofficial England Rugby Union
England v Ireland 2018 post match thoughts
First of all Congratulations to the Irish who were splendid on the day of St Patrick ( and also to another Irishman Rory Mcllroy who again won on St Patrick's weekend)  Irish eyes were definitely smiling on them last weekend.
England U20s Team to face Ireland 2018
England U20s head coach Steve Bates has named his team to play Ireland in the final round of the 2018 Six Nations. Bates’ side head into the fixture on Friday at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena (KO 8pm, live on Sky Sports Action) still with a chance of retaining the title.  The fixture at the Ricoh Arena forms part of a double header, with England’s Women also in action against Ireland (KO 5.30pm).
England Women's team to take on Ireland 2018
England Women head coach Simon Middleton has named his starting 15 ahead of the Red Roses' final Six Nations Test against Ireland on Friday 16th March at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry (K.O. 17:30 GMT, live Sky Sports Action and Sky Sports Mix).
Lewis Moody gives his thoughts on England
Rugby World Cup winner Lewis Moody has called on England boss Eddie Jones to revamp his coaching set-up this summer and invest in specialist assistance to solve the Red Rose breakdown woes.   Disappointing defeats in Scotland and France have handed Ireland the Six Nations crown with one match to play – with England’s back row of Courtney Lawes, Chris Robshaw and Nathan Hughes comprehensively outplayed in both games.  Joe Schmidt’s side head to Twickenham seeking only a third Grand Slam in their history but Moody believes England will stop the rot and get their revenge on the Irish – who denied them Jones’ man the Slam a year ago. England have changed their back-row combinations for the visit of the Irish; James Haskell comes in at openside flanker, Sam Simmonds at No.8 and Robshaw packs down at No.6.   And Moody insists England must improve and quickly if they’re to put a glove on a hugely impressive Irish unit who will start as favorites at Twickenham this weekend.
England v Ireland 2018 pre match ramblings
England's final match of the 2018 Six Nations Championship..........needs to restore some pride in the shirt.

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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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