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Our Rugby World Cup Favourite XV’s – New Zealand.

The Rugby World Cup 2019 will soon be with us!

So we have decided to put together a series of “favourite fifteens” of players past and present for a different country going to Japan.

These are purely opinion and we hope they will strike up a bit of a debate. There is nothing better in the lead up to a RWC than discussing past greats, so here is our NZ favourite fifteen, we look forward to hearing if you agree or not? NB – We will still be correct

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The Premiership fixtures are out!

The Premiership Fixtures are out!

As always there are some cracking opening games. We have to wait a little longer for the league to start this season. But as it’s due to the Rugby World Cup we will let them off!

Rugby can confirm that the new Gallagher Premiership Rugby season will kick off on Friday 18 October at Ashton Gate with Bristol Bears taking on Bath Rugby, live on BT Sport.

The West Country derby is part of a compelling first round of Gallagher Premiership Rugby on the same weekend as the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals in Japan.

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Wales RWC 2019 kit launch!

The new Wales kit, from Under Armour, to be worn by both the senior men’s and women’s international sides until the end of 2020, has been revealed by the Welsh Rugby Union (WRU).
Rugby World Cup (RWC) jerseys, featuring the tournament logo, are available to pre-order now from store.wru.co.uk in both authentic and replica versions and ‘home’ (traditional red) and ‘alternate’ (forest green) colours.

Supporters will be able access pre-orders and see jerseys in shops from 20th July and will also be able to buy the traditional jersey branded with shirt sponsor Isuzu, worn at all matches outside of RWC, from this time, alongside a full range of related technical training clothing and leisurewear.

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England RWC 2019 Kit launch!

Rugby specialist and kit provider Canterbury has today revealed the limited edition 2019 Rugby World Cup kit, which the England Rugby team will wear in Japan this autumn.

The kit was unveiled at a special event for fans and grassroots players at The Canterbury Clubhouse, a pop-up store on Baker Street, which will remain open across the weekend to allow fans to be one of the first to get their hands on the jersey.

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Coaches – raising winners – on and off the pitch

I’m a true believer that it takes a village to raise a child and the rugby pitch is an important place in the village of my world.

Rugby mum

The rugby “village”

Week-in, week-out, rain, wind, or snow I watch the coaches giving their all to our children. They volunteer their time, invest their hearts and their passion, and give their everything to bring out the best in the individual players. What the coaches deliver goes way beyond rugby, and has a lasting impact off the pitch.

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The BeRugby Big Interview, with Harlequin’s Gabriel Ibitoye and Aaron Morris.

BRM caught up with two of Harlequin’s best young players, Gabriel Ibitoye and Aaron Morris, whilst they were at the launch of Project Rugby’s partnership with Gallagher.

Launched in 2017, Project Rugby is run jointly by Premiership Rugby and England Rugby allowing rugby to reach new communities and put the benefits of playing the sport on the agenda for many participants for the first time. The ground-breaking initiative has been one of the success stories of English rugby with more than 20,000 participants introduced to the game so far.  

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Rugby mum’s on tour!

It’s tour weekend!! I’m sitting on a coach, exhausted, on my way back from another epic Syston Minis tour.  I was one of 250 parents, players, and coaches who converged on sunny Bournemouth for three days of rugby fun and shenanigans!

This was an especially memorable trip for the U12s, as it’s the last Minis tour before we become Juniors next season. As you can imagine, it was very lively. But while I would love to divulge some of the madness that actually went on…what goes on tour, stays on tour.

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