Alan Dymock

Rugby World editor

With five rounds left in stage one of the Greene King IPA Championship, this weekend the top four sides virtually rubber-stamped their tickets to the play-offs, scoring 22 tries between

It’s tempting to splurge on hyperbole. On Sunday, England accomplished a revenge mission and drove away the demons that have haunted them over the past 12 months. Some facets of…

Scotland went incredibly close to recording a tough victory over France, but a late penalty saw the hosts lose out to a disorganised, disheveled looking Bleus side, falling 19-17.

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Rugby World trains with England

Our (Scottish) writer recently headed down to Twickenham in order to take part in a full England training session, hoisting up kicks for Marland Yarde, running cuts with Alex Goode…

Two teams intent on making history meet at Twickenham on Sunday. A win will see England secure a first Triple Crown since 2003 – an embarrassingly long wait. Conversely, Wales…

Whatever is said in haste before Saturday – whatever defensive line is thrown out or snarling reply comes back – it is only because both Scotland’s and France’s head coaches…

Action from round 17 of the GKIPA Championship leaves the play-off slots looking likely to be berthed by the clubs currently occupying the top four positions.