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Maro Itoje Follows Farrell… Back To Saracens

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LONDON, ENGLAND – Saracens is delighted to announce Maro Itoje has committed his long-term future to the club. The 25-year-old is the latest England international to confirm he is staying in north London, following in the footsteps of fellow Rugby World Cup final starters Owen Farrell, Jamie George, Elliot Daly and Mako and Billy Vunipola. […]

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British and Irish Lions Delicately Poised Ahead of Crucial Maori All Black Clash

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Injury Update: Owen Farrell of the British and Irish Lions is out due to a quad strain. BREAKING: Owen Farrell ruled out of the Lions' match against Maori All Blacks with a quad strain, Dan Biggar will replace him on the bench. pic.twitter.com/hdiZGlYs6I — Sky Sports Rugby ? (@SkySportsRugby) June 15, 2017 ROTORUA, NZ – […]

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Saracens: Perennial Rugby Underachievers To Dominant Global Force

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NEW YORK, NY – “Too much of sport operates under the tyranny of the result; the core principle at Saracens is that we gather talented people together, treat them unbelievably well and in return they try unbelievable hard. That is it. Everything else – winning or losing matches, winning or losing Cups – are just […]

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My B&I Lions Starting XV Selection

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Northern hemisphere rugby needs a momentum-shifting victory more than ever, and it really can’t come soon enough. If the Rugby Championship-themed World Cup semifinals were wake up calls to the northern hemisphere’s rugby powers, England were the only ones who answered the call, humbling Michael Chekka’s Australia over the summer.   But, there’s hope…The 2017 […]

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Kurtis Haiu, Itoje, Kruis, Lee, McNicholl, McCaw, USA Rugby And World Rugby News

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NEW YORK, NY – Welcome to another weekend of fantastic rugby action. Our coverage begins with looking at the top three domestic competitions in Europe as playoffs loom. Then we take a look at all of Super Rugby action this weekend along with some Tier 2 coverage. Before we get to that though we have […]

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European Class of 2015 Review

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NEW YORK, NY – We have reviewed the performances of our 2015 USA and  Canada prospects – Now it is time we reviewed the  2015 European Rugby Class. Lets see how our predictions turned out. WOMEN: Hannah Gallagher (Saracens/England): Being asked to replace the legendary Maggie Alphonsi on a club and country level is not […]

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