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FRN Seeking Rugby 7s Coaches Leave a comment Read more »

FRN Seeking Rugby 7s Coaches

Find Rugby Now is looking for coaches for its men’s and women’s rugby 7s teams for 2016. Our men’s and women’s teams include a combination of amateur and semi-professional players and we are in need of coaches that can provide specialist rugby 7s coaching advice.…


Is Grassroots Rugby Really Thriving? Leave a comment Read more »

Is Grassroots Rugby Really Thriving?

In a recent article in the Telegraph, Steve Grainger, Rugby Football Union’s development director, stated that rugby is thriving at grassroots levels. This article was shared on Facebook amongst a number of my friends scattered across the country and a very different picture seemed to…


Should Amateur Players Treat Rugby as a Career? Leave a comment Read more »

Should Amateur Players Treat Rugby as a Career?

It has recently occurred to me that I have been playing rugby in some shape or form for over 12 years. Aside from my studies, this is the longest commitment that I have had in my lifetime apart from my family – it is far…


Do You Miss Playing Rugby? Check out the Return to Rugby Programme Leave a comment Read more »

Do You Miss Playing Rugby? Check out the Return to Rugby Programme

On the back of the excitement of the Rugby World Cup, England Rugby has announced a new campaign to re-introduce former players (aged 18-30) into the game of rugby. Former England skipper Lewis Moody is backing the campaign, which aims to bring 5,000 players back…


Rugby World Cup to Inspire Youngsters to Play Leave a comment Read more »

Rugby World Cup to Inspire Youngsters to Play

This past weekend was the start of the Rugby World Cup – the 3rd largest sporting event on the planet in terms of coverage (the only two events which beat it are the Football World Cup and the Olympic Games). This is the best opportunity…


How to Coach Kicking in Rugby Training Read more »

How to Coach Kicking in Rugby Training

Many coaches are of the belief that team training sessions are not the time to focus on the individual kicker because there is an insufficient amount of time to focus on the skills of one player. This strikes me as odd for a few reasons.…


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