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Non Evans' Six Nations Thoughts & Predictions Leave a comment Read more »

Non Evans’ Six Nations Thoughts & Predictions

QWhat are your predictions for tomorrow’s Six Nations showdown between England and Wales? A I think it will be very tough. I am usually quite good at predicting match results, but this one is hard to call. Wales haven’t conceded a try since their game…


Joe Roff: Super XV Early Form Means Nothing 1 Comment Read more »

Joe Roff: Super XV Early Form Means Nothing

In Australia there is a horse race that stops a nation. It is called the Melbourne Cup, and it is run in November. It is the pinnacle of the sport, and horses like Phar Lap became legendary on the back of a Melbourne Cup victory.…


Non Evans MBE Joins FRN! Leave a comment Read more »

Non Evans MBE Joins FRN!

We are delighted to announce that women’s Welsh rugby legend, Non Evans MBE, will be coming on board to join our professional rugby bloggers! For anyone that is a supporter of women’s rugby, Non Evans is a household name, and as her MBE for Services…


Mandy Marchak: Body Management is Key Leave a comment Read more »

Mandy Marchak: Body Management is Key

I am constantly impressed by the commitment and the determination of the rugby players and other athletes that I work with. As an athlete, especially a professional athlete, the hard work that I and my teammates put into everything we do becomes our business. We…


Joe Roff Joins FRN! Leave a comment Read more »

Joe Roff Joins FRN!

Find Rugby Now is proud to announce that Joe Roff, former Wallabies and Brumbies legend, will be joining our team! Joe will be producing regular blogs for our “Ask a Professional” section, which will give our readers the opportunity to find out more about his…


The Importance of Sleep Leave a comment Read more »

The Importance of Sleep

With winter drawing in, cold dark nights looming, people everywhere are getting into hibernation mode. Everyone except those athletes whose training continues, regardless of cravings for duvets and hot chocolate. Sleep aids muscle repair, memory conditioning and hormone regulation for growth and appetite. The functionality…


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