World Cup Limits London From Hosting More NFL Games

July 11, 2015 DJ Eberle 0

RWU HQ – The National Football League is always looking to expand the game of football. It’s never been a secret. From  alternating locations of the […]

Top 14 Recap: Stade Have Last Laugh Despite Reffing Howler

May 11, 2015 James Harrington 2

CASTRES, FRANCE: The clock is ticking down on the Top 14 season and this weekend brought with it more than its fair share of promotion […]

Show Me the Rugby Money: All Blacks Jersey Losing Value?

April 21, 2015 James Harrington 5

CASTRES, FRANCE – Once upon a time, European rugby was regarded as a well-earned big-money pension plan for All Blacks whose international careers were all-but […]

Philippe Saint-Andre Successor ? Raphaël Ibañez Plus Two in Frame for France Job

March 31, 2015 James Harrington 7

CASTRES, FRANCE – It is finally official. Win or lose – and it will come as no surprise to anyone to read that the French […]

England Rugby Legend Kat ‘One-Touch’ Merchant: On Concussions, A Glittering Career and Coaching

February 11, 2015 Scheenagh Harrington 2

CASTRES, FRANCE – Much has been made in the press about the concussion suffered by Wales’s George North during their Six Nations opener against England, […]

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Women’s Rugby Gets Hall of Fame Boost, But Did You Hear About It?

November 26, 2014 Scheenagh Harrington 8

CASTRES, FRANCE – It’s been what can only be described as a phenomenal week in Women’s Rugby – on both sides of the Atlantic – […]