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  • Maro Itoje and Race in Rugby

    When speaking to Alastair Campbell recently, Maro Itoje decried the “subtle racism” he sees in sport, in particular the manner in which black players are treated by the press and described by match commentators. Itoje, [...]

  • Lessons From The U-20’s World Cup

    On Saturday, France became only the third team in Under 20 World Cup history to retain the title, defeating Australia 24-23 in Rosario. Remarkably however, the headline result came not from the final, but the [...]

  • Assessing The Health of Grassroots Rugby

    Rugby has always been a sport centred on the community. The clubhouse is a hub that unites generations, old friends, family and teammates. Camaraderie and community are part of the package, and however commercial, professional [...]

  • Have the Southern Hemisphere Lost Ground?

    Historically, it is the southern hemisphere who have dominated the Rugby World Cup. Only England, in 2003, out of the northern sides have ever won the Webb Ellis Cup, whereas both Australia and South Africa [...]

  • Folau’s Financial Exploitation

    "In making this contribution I acknowledge that my contributions are made freely as a gift on the basis previously affirmed and that there will be no obligations on Israel Folau to do anything for me [...]

Rennie demands more from Warriors

1 month ago|

Glasgow Warriors coach Dave Rennie believes his side can click up another gear from the scintillating display of last weekend. The Scottish outfit demolished Ulster 50-20 in the Guinness PRO14 semi final. That effort suggests [...]

Du Preez twins playing for both Sharks

1 month ago|

In mid-April Sale Sharks announced the signing of fly-half Robert Du Preez jr. for their 19/20 Gallagher Premiership season onwards. He is set to join the Northern Hemisphere team after the conclusion of the current [...]

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