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The Aussie back-rower, a summer signing from Ealing, crossed in his debut after coming on at half-time against Sale Sharks, Newcastle winning a home qualifier which also included games against Leicester Tigers and Worcester Warriors. Orr said: “It was unreal experience for my first run-out in Newcastle colours and of course we were over the moon at the result. “I have played a little bit of sevens back home in Australia, but to do it in a Premiership environment was fantastic and in front of our home fans
They will now join Northampton Saints, Harlequins, Exeter Chiefs, Wasps, Cardif Blues, Ospreys and Sale Sharks in the finals at Coventry’s Ricoh Arena on Sunday August 7, having come through a group consisting of Leicester Tigers, Sale Sharks and Worcester Warriors. Newcastle were made to work in their opener against Sale, trailing 12-0 at half-time but going on to win 31-12 after five well-taken tries. The first of those arrived with the opening play of the second half when Joel Hodgson marked his Newcastle return with an 80-metre try, wriggling out of a tackle and sprinting the length
NEWS: More than 60 000 HSBC Cape Town Sevens tickets were snapped up by the public on the first day of sales.
More than 60,000 tickets to the Cape Town Sevens, to be held on 10-11 December, were snapped up by the public on the first day of sales. The post 60,000 tickets sold for Cape Town Sevens appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Samoa international TJ Ioane has extended his stay with Sale Sharks after signing a new three-year deal with the English Premiership club.
Sale Sharks have announced that 27-year-old back-row TJ Ioane has signed a new three-year contract with the Premiership club. The post Ioane signs new Sale Sharks contract appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Online retailers are using pop-up shops to drive sales and build a customer base, especially in the luxury space.
Tickets for the second HSBC Cape Town Sevens tournament go on sale tomorrow (Friday 29 July at 09h00) through Computicket and at their Shoprite/Checkers outlets
Former All Black lock Bryn Evans has agreed a new three-year deal with Sale Sharks. The 31-year-old from Biarritz before the start of last season having previously played three seasons in the Premiership with London Irish.
Sale Sharks have announced that formers All Blacks lock Bryn Evans has agreed and signed an new three-0year deal with the club. The post Evans extends Sale Sharks stay appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Facebook reported revenue that beat expectations, lifted by sales of video and Instagram ads.
Davide Campari-Milano SpA has received interest from Middle Eastern and North American buyers for a villa on France’s Mediterranean coast that may be worth at least 300 million euros in a sale.
Former Exeter Chiefs fullback Byron McGuigan has been signed by Sale Sharks on a two-year contract.
Sale Sharks have secured the signing of Byron McGuigan from Exeter Chief on a two-year deal. The Namibian-born full-back has previously played for Border Bulldogs, Glasgow Warriors and also for Bay of Plenty in New Zealand’s ITM Cup.
Tickets for the first four Aviva Premiership home matches at Franklin’s Garden during the 2016/17 season have now gone on sale. The first four home fixtures in 2016/17 will see Bath Rugby, Wasps, Exeter Chiefs and Gloucester Rugby all travel to the Gardens in September and October as the Saints look for a strong start to the Aviva Premiership season. Adult prices start at £29 with junior ticket pr
Tickets for the first four Aviva Premiership home matches at Franklin’s Gardens during the 2016/17 season have now gone on sale. The first four home fixtures in 2016/17 will see Bath Rugby, Wasps, Exeter Chiefs and Gloucester Rugby all travel to the Gardens in September and October as the Saints look for a strong start to the Aviva Premiership season. Adult prices start at £29 with junior ticket p
Season ticket members are entitled to two free tickets for the event which starts at 3pm and sees the Falcons pooled with Worcester Warriors, Sale Sharks and Leicester Tigers in round-robin action. Season ticket members must claim their Singha 7s tickets in advance by calling 0871 226 6060 or visiting Kingston Park prior to the 1pm Friday deadline. Season ticket members turning up on the day without having booked their free tickets will not be granted free entry.
Developers are lining up to buy South Sydney’s prominent The Mill complex, which has been listed for sale by PPB Advisory with a price rage, understood to be around $100 million.
Sale Sharks have announced that 22-year-old full-back Mike Haley has signed a new three-year deal with the Premiership club. The post Haley pens new Sale Sharks deal appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Sydney actor Brendon Lunney is selling his freehold tropical island, Turtle Island, off the coast of Gladstone.
Commissions on residential real estate transactions were deregulated about 18 months ago, but what impact has the change had on the price of selling your home?
As tickets go on sale, it is announced that the World Rugby Awards will take place at World Rugby ConfEx for the first time.
Newcastle Falcons are giving fans the chance to win a place in the official team photo and enjoy award winning hospitality at Kingston Park in the build up to the new season. On field pre season action gets underway this Saturday (July 30th) as the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s return to Kingston Park, with the Falcons set to battle it out against the Sale Sharks, Worcester Warriors and Leicester Tigers for a place in the finals. To celebrate, we are giving you and a friend the opportunity to enjoy the ultimate Falcons experience, simply by uploading a photo of your favourite Falcons memory and tell us why you’re so excited for the up and coming season to enter
NEWS: Josh Beaumont will captain the Sale Sharks after agreeing a new three-year deal with the Premiership side.
Sale Sharks announced that number eight Josh Beaumont has signed a new three year deal with the club and will also captain the side in the coming season. The post Sale secures Beaumont’s signature appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The conclusion that the sale of a 30,000-square-metre site on Northbourne Avenue would be “boon for light rail funding” is simply wrong.