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Premiership Rugby Cup Breakthrough Player Award: James Grayson of Northampton Saints

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LONDON, ENGLAND – Premiership Rugby can today confirm that Northampton Saints fly-half James Grayson has won this season’s Premiership Rugby Cup Breakthrough Player Award following a public vote. Launched in 2012, the Breakthrough Player Award celebrates and recognizes under-23 players who have stood out in the tournament, with previous winners including the likes of Jack […]

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Six Nations Analysis, News, Nuggets

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DUBLIN, IRELAND – Round 1 of the 2017 RBS Six Nations is in the books and, as always when it comes to The Championship, it was unpredictable. Pre-tournament favorites struggled with mediocrity, newly capped players put in big performances, and the tournament saw it’s very first losing bonus point. Business as usual when it comes […]

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All Blacks Win at Twickenham Rain, Brit and Kiwi Opine

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LONDON, ENGLAND/AUCKLAND, NZ – While it wasn’t the deluge of points some pundits predicted, it was a deluge of a different kind in at Twickenham, where the All Blacks ground out a solid win over an understrength England side. England, buoyed on by a crowd of over 82,000, defied predictions to score early but it […]

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England vs. All Blacks Preview

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LONDON, ENGLAND/AUCKLAND, NZ – With all due respect to our American hosts, the All Black’s northern hemisphere of 2014 faces it’s real test this weekend at Twickenham against England. Due the magnitude of this match, Rugby Wrap Up will again curl up both fists and hit you with double coverage from both nations: European expert Nicholas Hall will […]

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Aviva Premiership Talking Points

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BATH, ENGLAND – Through the end of the third round, an average of five and a half tries per match had been scored in the Premiership. For all the talk during the doldrums of January and February, every fall and spring, clubs in England prove that when there is workable weather, they can play very […]

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