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Progress for Women's Rugby with Success of Twickenham Varsity Leave a comment Read more »

Progress for Women’s Rugby with Success of Twickenham Varsity

Last month Twickenham Stadium hosted the annual Oxford vs Cambridge University rugby Varsity – the world’s most famous and well-recognised amateur rugby match. The men’s Varsity match was action-packed and historic as it ended Oxford University ‘s six-year winning streak with a 23-18 Cambridge win.…


Players to Watch in the Autumn Internationals Leave a comment Read more »

Players to Watch in the Autumn Internationals

November is always a favourite month for rugby fans. The return of the Autumn Internationals warms even the coldest November day. So far we have already seen a brilliant clash between England and New Zealand, while Australia’s victory over Wales, their tenth straight, was an…


15 World Cup Rugby Facts Read more »

15 World Cup Rugby Facts

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Kirwan set to coach Barbarians for Australia Leave a comment Read more »

Kirwan set to coach Barbarians for Australia

Just a few weeks remain now until the autumn international rugby period kicks off at Twickenham Stadium. In an eagerly anticipated match, British boys Barbarians will take on Australia on 1st November. It’s set to be a particularly tense pairing with the standard of talent…


Oxford v Cambridge Varsity: Epitome of Amateur Rugby Leave a comment Read more »

Oxford v Cambridge Varsity: Epitome of Amateur Rugby

Yesterday Find Rugby Now had the opportunity to attend the Oxford v Cambridge rugby match at Twickenham to watch Oxford produce an incredible second-half comeback to win 26-19 and take home the trophy for the Dark Blues for the third year in a row. For…


Fiji Wins 2012 London Sevens; NZ Retains World Series Title Leave a comment Read more »

Fiji Wins 2012 London Sevens; NZ Retains World Series Title

Fiji have won the Marriott London Sevens but New Zealand have retained their HSBC Sevens World Series title, ending the season with a third place finish at London Sevens to finish on 167 Series points, six ahead of Fiji, their closest rival. A record two-day…


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