Gavin Henson picked again for Wales

Stephen Jones will reach the milestone of 100 caps for his country when he takes to the field at the Millennium Stadium on Saturday for the DHL Challenge clash with…

After the runaway success of the first Corporate Rugby Sevens Tournament to be held by Tigers Events at the Leicester Tigers ground, the organisers are putting the finishing touches to…

ENGLAND’S first Six Nations title for eight years was a strange affair, for rather than build towards their best performances they fizzled out. The Calcutta Cup game made painful viewing…

US EAGLES flanker Todd Clever says his team can’t wait to test themselves in their opening game of the Churchill Cup against England Saxons at Franklin’s Gardens on Saturday (5pm). Speaking after…

100 Volunteers recognised across England

June 1st 2011 sees two important landmarks; the start of National Volunteers Week and 100 days to go until the kick off of Rugby World Cup 2011. To celebrate these…

Counties XV expect Hodgkinson to pack a punch

Halliford School in Shepperton has a reputation for punching above its weight in all departments, not least in its commitment to sport, so it is hardly surprising that the same…

Bevon returns to Devon

Bevon Armitage has become Plymouth Albion’s third back signing of the summer. The experienced centre, who has played for Moseley, Nice, Doncaster, Esher and Brixham, follows in the footsteps of…

It’s everyone’s dream day. The boss comes into work at the busiest, most stressful time of year and says: “You’ve worked hard enough this year, I don’t want you to…

Craig West joins Kevin Maggs at Moseley

Moseley has pleasure in announcing the appointment of Craig West as assistant to the new Moseley Head Coach Kevin Maggs and of Chris Kemp as a full time Strength and…