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Itoje’s undefeated run comes to an end
The scrum-half has returned from a summer of triumph with England and now wants to help his club side perform to the high level expected …
England’s Wilson swaps Bath for Newcastle
• Wales captain led Lions to 3-1 victory over Australia in 2013• England’s Dylan Hartley also in frame to lead team in New ZealandSam Warburton will captain Wales in their …
Saracens will not appeal Ashton biting ban
Clifford to miss England’s autumn campaign
Chris Ashton’s latest brush with the law has put his future in doubt but he should stand and fight his ground – for his England place and not in disciplinary hearingsPause for thought: Chris Ashton has 12 week to ponder his latest setbackJournalists all around the rugby-playing globe were hunched over their laptops waiting for news of Chris Ashton’s disciplinary hearing to …Continue reading »
TV commentator and former England Sevens captain Rob Vickerman analyses the pool draw for the Dubai Sevens, the opening round of the 2016-17 HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series.
England international Jack Clifford has been ruled out of action for 10 weeks due to an ankle injury which will keep him out of the autumn Tests.
NEWS: Harlequins forward Jack Clifford will miss England's upcoming Tests after being told he requires ankle surgery that will rule him out for at least 10 weeks.
England tighthead prop David Wilson has returned to his home town club, signing for Newcastle Falcons seven years after leaving for Bath. The post Bath exit for Wilson, joins Newcastle appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Leicester City manager Claudio Ranieri has hailed Manchester United star Wayne Rooney’s achievements but insists he would not add him to his squad. Claudio Ranieri revealed he retains complete faith in his squad and would not exchange any of his players to accommodate the England star – who has been criticised in the media of late following a slump in form… Read more → The post Ranieri admits Rooney admiration appeared first on SportsClub.
England and South Africa win all three of their matches on day one of the HSBC London Sevens while Fiji claim a second successive series title by reaching the Cup quarter-finals at Twickenham.
England should not give up on Chris Ashton after the wing was handed a 13-week ban on Tuesday (Wednesday NZ Time) for biting an opponent, according to 2003 World Cup-winning coach Clive Woodward.
The rise of the Top 14 has been inverted by the steady decline of the French national team but new JIFF regulations may be about to stem the tidePaying public: Fans will be seeing more French qualified players next seasonMidi Olympique’s XV of the Weekend in Monday’s edition was a United Nations of rugby talent. England’s Nick Abendanon at …Continue reading »
Mather has held a number of coaching roles including as Head Coach of Wasps FC Ladies between 2001 and 2004, taking the team to back-to-back Premiership titles. She’s guided the London Irish AASE Squad [Advanced Apprenticeship and Sporting Excellence] to Plate Winners and South League Winners. She’s also a former Back’s Coach of the England Women’s Senior team, and coached the England U20 Women to three seasons unbeaten and back-to-back Nations Cup Titles.Read more about Mather back in the women's game
The latest Wallaby squad has been announced, this time a 30 man squad to cover the upcoming games against South Africa in Pretoria and Argentina in London (England). The squad is: Hookers: James Hanson (Rebels) Tolu Latu* (Waratahs) Stephen Moore (Brumbies) Props: Allan Alaalatoa (Brumbies) Sekope Kepu (Waratahs) Tom Robertson (Waratahs) Scott Sio (Brumbies) James […] The post Wallaby squad for RC Tour announced appeared first on Green and Gold Rugby.
• Former England wing played 80 minutes of 27-12 win against Saints• Northampton claim Alex Waller saw yellow for ‘marginal tackle’Northampton have responded bitterly to Chris Ashton’s 13-match …
Wallabies wing Drew Mitchell has labelled his England opposite Chris Ashton the Luis Suarez of rugby after being convicted of biting.
So, a 13 week ban for Chris Ashton for biting the arm of Saints prop Alex Waller at the weekend.Ashton is a strange one. By all accounts a decent bloke and well-liked off the pitch, when he crosses the whitewash onto the field of play he appears to have the seemingly never-ending capacity to behave like a complete an utter wazzock.Whether it’s the ludicrously self-indulgent ‘Ash Splash’, or pulling an opponent’s hair, or being banned for gouging against Ulster, or shouting at the opposition kicker to trying to put him off, or shoving someone in the back, or chewing down on an opponent’s forearm, the list goes on…Saracens are a loyal club and are rallying around their errant player.”There is one rule for Chris Ashton and one rule for every other professional rugby player in England,” says former Sarries CEO Edward Griffiths.Sorry, Eddie, but that’s utter bollocks – there comes a time when you have to stop excusing a player’s lack of self discipline and read him the riot act.If not now, when?
England fly-half Farrell set for Saracens return
Saracens Women trio named in England squad for Rugby Europe Grand Prix Sevens Series
Saracens were the undisputed kings of England and Europe last season, wrapping up the Aviva Premiership and European Rugby Champions Cup double.
Chris Ashton has been banned for no less than 13 weeks following two biting incidents that took place in the Aviva Premiership this past weekend. The Saracens winger appeared before a RFU disciplinary panel last night, charged with acts contrary to good sportsmanship. The England winger was cited for allegedly biting Alex Waller of Northampton Saints on not one but two separate occasions, the first happening in the 24th minute and the second a minute later
NEWS: Saracens and England wing Chris Ashton was handed a 13-week ban for biting.
Saracens have been dealt a major blow in their Aviva Premiership campaign as England international Chris Ashton has been banned for 13 weeks following the two biting incidents with Northampton Saints prop Alex Waller during the recent clash between the two sides last weekend.
Former All Black Charles Piutau is in dazzling form for his Ulster team. The 24-year old former Blues and Auckland utility back has linked up with the Irish club after a stint in England with Wasps. READ MORE: * Piutau wants “another crack” at ABs * Piutau off to Wasps before joining Ulster
• England winger has one charge upheld against him during five-hour hearing• Ashton free to play again on 19 December but is expected to appealChris Ashton has been suspended for …
Saracens and England winger Chris Ashton has claimed a most exclusive award after a completing a spectacular career treble in an English premiership game against Northampton last weekend. Ashton’s citing and subsequent 13 week ban for biting now means the…