Elise Hammersley talks to three current and former members of EUWRFC, charting their progress into the top level of women’s club rugby.
Everyone’s second favourite team in the Six Nations have truly reached the end of the road. Between 2000 and 2015, Italy won 12 games and drew one of their 90 Six Nations fixtures. Not a good record at all, but in the same period Scotland only managed 19 wins and two draws. Italy had finished […]
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro reviews the semi-final action from rugby’s European competitions. Last weekend’s European semi-finals saw the finalists decided in both the Heineken Champions Cup and the Challenge Cup. There will be South-West representation in both finals, as Exeter Chiefs and Bristol Bears beat Toulouse and Bordeaux-Begles respectively to secure their maiden appearances […]
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro reviews the quarter-final action from this weekend’s European competition. After a long delay, European rugby finally returned this weekend with the Heineken Champions Cup and Challenge Cup quarterfinals pitting Europe’s best against each other. The Champions Cup served up four hugely entertaining encounters, with Exeter Chiefs securing their maiden Champions […]
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro reviews the return of the Gallagher Premiership, as Exeter Chiefs continued where they had left off before lockdown. 166 days after the last tackle was made in anger, Gallagher Premiership Rugby returned on Friday night and despite the game between Harlequins and Sale Sharks not exactly being a classic, it […]
After the RFU’s announcement on Friday 3rd July that professional clubs in England could move to Stage 2 training, Premiership Rugby is set to finally return on Friday 14th August when Harlequins face Sale Sharks, after senior figures confirmed the beginning of a revised schedule to ensure all fixtures from the final nine rounds are […]
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro talks to former EUWRFC Head Coach Jo Yapp about her goals for Worcester Warriors and the importance of BUCS Rugby.
Opinion – Restructuring, not restarting, needed to revive Premiership Print Sport Editor Nick Powell looks at financially motivated plans to restart Rugby Union’s Premiership and ways that this could be avoided. Rugby and Football are not the same. In England’s semi-final win against New Zealand at last year’s Rugby World Cup there were a total […]
Eddie Jones: New Contract for England’s Australian Hero Harry Scott Munro, Online Sport Editor, provides an analysis of Eddie Jones’ tenure and his future challenges following a new deal during the Covid-19 lockdown Amongst the cacophony of articles and news concerning the Covid-19 outbreak, you may have been forgiven for failing to notice the big […]
Can Sport survive the financial burden of Coronavirus? COVID-19 has had a profound effect on Sport. Print Sport Editor Nick Powell analyses the financial implications of seasons being cut short on the World of Sport. In late February, as Ireland postponed their Six Nations fixture with Italy, few could have imagined the long list of […]