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British & Irish Lions Support Grassroots Leave a comment Read more »

British & Irish Lions Support Grassroots

The British & Irish Lions visited Sydney Grammar School in Australia to host a coaching clinic with 11 and 12-year-old players. Sydney Grammar School was the same school that was visited by the very first British & Irish Lions squad on the inaugural Tour 125…


Does Rugby Have a Tribal Problem? 3 Comments Read more »

Does Rugby Have a Tribal Problem?

Well, first the good news. Rugby union has not yet become as tribal as 13-a-side, as was proved to me at the weekend. Being a lifelong dual-code rugby follower, I was on Saturday glued to the BBC watching my beloved Leeds Rhinos getting well and…


Youngsters Need Support From Senior Players 2 Comments Read more »

Youngsters Need Support From Senior Players

A year ago I wrote a piece about the development of young players at my club, who at that point had attained positions in the first team and went on to win the Norfolk Junior Cup final. This was a first for the club and…


Gavin Hastings: 7s Vital to Growing UAE Rugby Leave a comment Read more »

Gavin Hastings: 7s Vital to Growing UAE Rugby

Speaking on the eve of the Dubai Rugby Sevens, former British & Irish Lions captain and HSBC ambassador, Gavin Hastings discussed the future of rugby, particularly in territories such as the UAE, who were announced as a full member of the International Rugby Board this…


Northampton Players Support Grassroots Rugby Leave a comment Read more »

Northampton Players Support Grassroots Rugby

Youngsters attending a Premiership Rugby Academy were given the opportunity to learn from their heroes last week when Northampton Saints players Ben Foden, James Wilson and Sam Dickinson turned up to join in. Two hundred Premiership Rugby Academies are held nationwide each year and are…


Respect in Rugby 2 Comments Read more »

Respect in Rugby

Rugby is responsible for two of the proudest moments of my life, although neither moment has to do with actually playing the game. The first was the Remembrance weekend of November 2004 when I took my U9s to Welford Road to watch the Tigers play.…


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