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Aviva Premiership 2014/15 Season Preview

With the Aviva Premiership due to kick off this weekend we provide a team-by-team guide to the 2014/15 season and give our predictions; Bath Key Signing – Sam Burgess Last season Bath came within 80 minutes of clinching a spot in the Premiership’s top 4 only to be beaten at the last hurdle by a resurgent Quins. One of their …

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12 Things to Watch Out for in the 2014/15 Aviva Premiership Season

With the 2014/15 Aviva Premiership season just a matter of days away here are our 12 things to look our for during the course of the season; 1. London Welsh’s Half Back Combo Welsh pulled off possible the coup of the season when they announced the signing of World Cup winning All Black Piri Weepu. Although he may not be …

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Harlequins Confirm an Interesting Choice as New Captain for 2014/15 Season

HARLEQUINS IS DELIGHTED TO ANNOUNCE THAT JOE MARLER HAS BEEN NAMED AS CAPTAIN AHEAD OF THE 2014/15 SEASON, TAKING OVER FROM CHRIS ROBSHAW WHO HAS CAPTAINED THE CLUB FOR THE LAST FOUR SEASONS. Joe came through the Harlequins Academy and made his senior debut in 2009. He has since gone on to make over 100 appearances for the south-west London …

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It’s Time to Extend the Premiership to 14 Teams!

The Aviva Premiership remains one of the most competitive leagues in world rugby, yet failure to adapt could be holding back the competitions progress. The reason for the Premiership remaining so competitive over the years is that the governing body of the league have ensured that all 12 teams competing do so on a relatively even playing field. Salary caps, …

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Premiership Rugby 2014/15 Fixtures and Predictions

This is the full list of Aviva Premiership fixtures for the 2014/2015 season, announced by Craig Doyle in the BT Sport Tower. The fixtures start with Northampton, the reigning champions, and the London Double Header. Also, there is Saracens’ game against Harlequins at Wembley to look forward to later on in the season, and Wasps’ home game labeled ‘The Stinger’ …

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Community-Watering the roots of our game

The success of the English game is something that is unlikely to fall away in the foreseeable future, with the incredible work community teams are doing to ensure the development of talent at the grass roots level and above. We have William Webb Ellis to thank for his, at the time, heinous crime of clasping at a rounded ball and …

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Saracens v Harlequins – A Double Final Dream

It was with a few mixed emotions that I set out to Allianz Park; I am a Saracens fan without doubt but I also harbour a soft spot for Harlequins.  Having seen them play several times this season I also knew what they were capable of especially with their England stars in the lineup; Mike Brown has had the season …

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