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The Australian Rugby Union (ARU) confirmed plans this (Friday) morning to axe the Western Force from Super Rugby, rugby union’s premier club competition in the southern hemisphere, after a lengthy arbitration process. Arbitrators gave the ARU the go-ahead to cut the...read more
England’s Rugby Football Union has agreed on a deal with Tyrrells for the snack foods manufacturer to become the main sponsor of its new women’s club competition. The Tyrrells Premier 15s will begin on September 16, with the inaugural season to feature 10 teams. The...read more
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The licence to operate the Melbourne Rebels Super Rugby club has been transferred to the Victoria Rugby Union (VRU) in an attempt to protect the franchise from being shut down by the Australian Rugby Union (ARU). As part of a restructure of the Super Rugby...read more
Scottish Rugby, the national governing body for rugby union in Scotland, has reported record turnover of £51.4m (€57.5m/$67m) for its 2016-17 financial year and has moved to revamp the structure of its domestic club game. Scottish Rugby has attributed increases in...read more
Billy Vunipola to miss first month of season Billy Vunipola to miss first month of season Source: Espn
George Ford: England depth frightening George Ford: England depth frightening Source: Espn
Wallabies were 'dysfunctional robots' - Growden Wallabies were 'dysfunctional robots' - Growden Source: Espn
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I am sure you have all heard the phrase: if a little is good, a lot is better. That mentality is highly prevalent in athletic populations and in training mentality. Yes, you will always have that group of athletes who don’t feel that they need to practice or workout...
Everybody has their own ideas and training philosophies. Some like to keep their programming simple and some like to try new and inventive ways to work their athletes. The thing about strength and conditioning that is so cool is that there is no one right way to...
Strength and Conditioning: Why Education Matters Greetings readers! My name is Mitch and I have been asked by The National Rugby Post to write about the importance of strength and conditioning in rugby. Over the next year, I will be writing about different topics...
In another boost for fans planning to follow or attend Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018, AEG has been named official licensee of merchandise for the tournament, which will be held at San Francisco's AT&T Park from 20-22 July next year. With tickets already selling fast...
Rugby Academy of America today announced an investment from Denver based Rugby Catalyst LLC. The investment allows for a new direction with strategic partnerships, a Board of Directors, and Sean Borman as the C.E.O. Rugby Academy of America was formed as the first...
Rugby Pro Brand will be launching its new apparel line in April of 2017 with investment and support from Rugby Catalyst. Rugby Pro Brand is American inspired rugby apparel. The brand offers a subtle rugby graphics and is about what rugby fans love about our American...
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