- Wasps are dead, Long Live WASPS!
- Yesterday saw Wasps take on Toulon at the Ricoh Arena in the group stages of the European Champions Cup. It was a special game for a number of reasons. Firstly, it was coming off the back of an amazing win against Irish Giants Leinster away from home in Dublin, and we were looking to break the 20,000 barrier for attendance. It's almost as incredible that we are playing teams like Leinster and winning as it is that we are getting more than 20,000 people coming to home games in our own ground.
- Jimmy Gopperth's Appeal
- Last weekend at Welford Road during the match against Leicester Tigers our newly signed Fly Half Jimmy Gopperth was yellow carded for a late challenge against Matthew Tate. He was later cited and banned for three weeks after the citing committee decided it was an intentional strike.
- Cheats Apparently Prosper Very Well Indeed
- This week Premiership Rugby released a statement letting the world know that the ongoing issues relating to a number of clubs breaking the salary cap had been resolved, and that no-one in fact had broken the cap.
- Should he stay or should he go?
- The England Rugby team have broken a number of records this world cup, sadly none of them are postive. We are the first host nation to fail to make it out of the group stages, we are the first former winners not to make it out of the group stages, and our defeat against Australia at home was by a record margin. And so rightly or wrongly people are calling for Stuart Lancaster to either step down or be removed. I thought it might be nice to look at the facts of the situation in an objective way.
- A petition for openness, honesty, and accountability.
- The whispers and rumours regarding the apparent breach of the salary cap continue to grow, and if one particular journalist writing in the Rugby Paper is to be believed one or two clubs are spearheading the argument that the findings need to be acted on. The rest, apparently, are quite happy to quietly shelve the whole investigation and carry on pretending things are perfectly normal.
Unofficial England Rugby Union
- England 7s Fixtures Dubai 2015
- Only Nine months away from the rugby sevens' debut at the Rio 2016 Olympic Games the pools and match schedule are listed below for the opening round of the new HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series in Dubai on 3-5 December 2015. With global excitement building ahead of sevens’ biggest season, the world’s top players representing 28 national teams will compete at the Emirates Airline Dubai Rugby Sevens.
- Eddie Jones appointed Head Coach of England Rugby
- ENGLAND today appointed Eddie Jones as England Head Coach on a four-year contract, starting in December. Jones will take charge of England ahead of their opening RBS 6 Nations game against Scotland at Murrayfield on 6 February.
- England Women's Team to face Ireland Sat., 4Nov at the Stoop
- England Women vs Ireland, Saturday November 14, kick-off 3pm. England Women lead coach Scott Bemand has named his match day squad to face Ireland on Saturday at The Stoop, live on englandrugby.com
- Regional Qualification Process for RWC 2019 Japan
- World Rugby has announced details of the regional qualification process for Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan.
- England Women Squad for Autumn Tests 2015
- The England Women’s has been announced ahead of two autumn internationals against France and Ireland. England Women will kick off against France at Le Stade Francis Turcan in Martigues on Saturday November 7, 9pm (local time). The two sides last met in this year’s Six Nations, which resulted in a 15-21 defeat for England.
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