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• Chiefs head coach expects a big year from Henry Slade• Wasps have signed Le Roux, Beale, Eastmond and CiprianiThe directors of rugby and captains of the 12 Premiership clubs who …
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young admits he considered Kurtley Beale’s chequered past carefully before making him the highest-paid player in Aviva Premiership history.
Wasps director of rugby Dai Young admitted that he did consider Kurtley Beale’s troublesome past before signing him for the Aviva Premiership club.
After Kurtley Beale’s arrival at Ricoh Arena London Wasps director of rugby Dai Young says that he is not worried about Beale’s past. The post ‘You’re never going to have a squad of choirboys’ – Young appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Head Coach – Dai Young Last Season – […] The post Aviva Premiership Preview: Wasps appeared first on Blood & Mud.
• Mark McCall: deal between clubs and England makes it tougher for Saracens• Todd Blackadder: I have fitted in as Bath’s style is similar to …
Wallabies playmaker Kurtley Beale says a date has not been set for his Wasps debut as he continues his recovery from a knee injury.
Happy with your win in the Premiership 7s? It was great to win the club’s first silverware since 2008, especially to do it in front of our own fans at the Ricoh Arena.
INTERVIEW: Australia international and former Waratahs playmaker Kurtley Beale has revealed that he relishes the prospect of starting his new journey at Premiership club the Wasps.
The Saints Under-18s will take on the Newport Gwent Dragoons later today as their pre-season preparations continue. This match will be the fourth fixture for the Under-18s in recent weeks after they faced Wasps at Stowe and travelled to Dublin to face Leinster Clubs and Leinster Schools.
The Under-16s took part in a festival at Warwick School yesterday afternoon where they secured a draw and two wins. The festival saw six Under-16 sides from professional clubs each play three matches, with Gloucester, Wasps, Leicester Tigers, Yorkshire Carnegie and Saracens also in attendance.
Fearless Jack Nowell has revealed how he battled through the pain barrier to help England clinch June’s 3-0 series win over Australia. Ultra-committed wing Nowell broke his right thumb during Exeter’s Premiership semi-final victory over Wasps, but turned out in the final against Saracens a week later before featuring in all three Tests against the […]
Premiership Rugby has today announced the Wanderers’ Aviva ‘A’ League fixtures for the coming season. As in previous years the Aviva ‘A’ League sees the 12 teams split into two Conferences, North and South, with each team playing the other once. This season sees the Saints travel to Newcastle and Worcester, with Leicester, Wasps and Sale all heading to Franklin’s Gardens.
Former Samoa, Wasps, London Irish, London Welsh and lock Dan Leo has founded Pacific Rugby Players Welfare and was recently appointed by the RPA to deliver its new Cultural Diversity Programme. He outlines his aims to NEALE HARVEY. What is Pacific Rugby Players Welfare (PRPW)
Aviva Premiership Rugby club Wasps have announced that Joe Launchbury will captain the club in the 2016/17 rugby season. The England lock, who is closing in on a century of appearances for Wasps, has been an integral part of the core group of young English players coming through at the club over the past few […] The post Launchbury to captain Wasps appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
Wasps have named England international Joe Launchbury as the captain for the upcoming season.
Dan Leo, founder of Pacific Rugby Players Welfare, reckons the contingent of England players with Island origins will rocket over the next decade. England’s latest 45-man squad saw Nathan Hughes included alongside Ben Te’o, Billy and Mako Vunipola, Semesa Rokoduguni and Manu Tuilagi after the Wasps No.8 eschewed a chance to represent Fiji in favour […]
Wasps second-row Joe Launchbury has been appointed as the Premiership club’s captain ahead of the 2016/17 season. The post Launchbury named as Wasps captain appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Aviva Premiership clubs have made a multitude of mouth-watering signings for the 2016/17 season. The fact that Ben Teâ€™o, AJ MacGinty, JP Pietersen, Matt Toomua, Fiji Sevens star Savenaca Rawaca and Rugby League convert Josh Charnley have failed to make this top five is testament to the quality of players heading to England.
The Saints Under-18s produced another remarkable comeback, this time in Dublin, to go two from two in their pre-season preparations thanks to Fraser Dingwall’s late, late penalty. A converted try and penalty conceded saw them head for the changing rooms with a 10-0 deficit, but as they did against Wasps on Friday, the young Saints turned it up after the break. Joe Green – among the scorers at Stow
The Saints Under-18s brilliantly ensured a winning start to their 2016/17 season, showing great resolve to come from behind and beat a game Wasps side at a sun drenched Stowe School. The visitors had made the most of their time on top in the opening 40 minutes, pushing 24-10 ahead, but a quartet of tries on the bounce following the interval ensured this try fest ended in the Saints’ favour. It cer
Wasps boss Dai Young expressed hope that their Australian signing Kurtley Beale will make his debut for the English Premiership club in November.
Christian Wade believes victory in the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series is just the start for Wasps this season, as the club continue to move in a positive direction. In a thrilling final match in front of a bouncing Ricoh Arena, Wasps edged out Exeter Chiefs 31-28 to claim their first silverware since their Premiership […]
Wasps successfully overcame a triple try from Max Bodilly as they clinched the Singha Premiership Rugby 7s Series after defeating Exeter Chiefs in the final by 31-28 at the Ricoh Arena.
Wasps were crowned Singha Premiership Rugby Sevens Series champions in extraordinary circumstances on home soil. The post Premiership Sevens title for Wasps appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The Saints went out of the Singha Sevens at the Plate semi final stage having suffered two defeats in Coventry. With the bulk of last week’s squad unavailable to due to the Saints ongoing pre-season preparation, the Saints fielded a young squad at Wasps’ Ricoh Arena.
It has been a challenging few weeks for Ehize Ehizode, but the highly-rated lock is settling in at Coventry and is ready to kick on with his senior career at Wasps. Born and raised in London by Nigerian parents, the 18-year-old had never lived away from London, being educated at St Benedict’s School, Ealing.