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Series 2, Episode 22: Nick Abendanon on his career and French vs English domestic rugby, tributes to David Emery

In April earlier this year Bath and Clermont legend Nick Abendanon called time on a stellar 17-year career. Nick joins host Ollie Little as well


I would have always aimed for a career in rugby – O’Driscoll

Brian O’Driscoll has said he would’ve got involved in rugby in some capacity regardless of whether he was a player or not, and wants youngsters

Tuesday, Jun 6


Premiership in freefall as Irish suspended

London Irish became the third club in eight months to be removed from the Premiership for financial reasons as the RFU today suspended them from


Stigma, not disease, that is now HIV’s killer – Thomas

Welsh rugby legend Gareth Thomas says it is the stigma around HIV, rather than the illness itself, that poses the greatest risk to lives in

Rugby vs NFL: Which Is More Dangerous?

Rugby and American football are two of the most popular and physically demanding sports in the world. Both sports involve high levels of contact and

Who Hits Harder, Rugby Or NFL Players?

When it comes to hard-hitting sports, rugby and American football (NFL) are often at the forefront of the discussion. Both sports are known for their

Sale Sharks Rugby Club: A Rising Force in Premiership Rugby

Sale Sharks are a professional rugby union team based in Sale, Greater Manchester, England. They compete in Premiership Rugby, the top level of English rugby

Monday, Jun 5


Anniversary celebrations set for Rugby School

Rugby School and the children’s charity Wooden Spoon will jointly celebrate two significant milestones on Saturday, June 24th. The event will honor the 200th anniversary


Panther Martial Arts & Personal Training

In today’s fast-paced and demanding world, maintaining physical fitness and overall well-being is essential. Panther Martial Arts & Personal Training offers a unique and comprehensive


Investing in Your Future: How to Buy to Let Mortgages Work and Why They’re a Smart Choice

When it comes to planning for the future, investing wisely is essential. While various investment options are available, one avenue that has gained significant popularity

Transform your kitchen: creative ideas for a budget-friendly upgrade

Do you want to give your kitchen a makeover but don’t have a lot to spend? Don’t worry, you don’t need a massive budget to


Rugby World Cup 2023 – Top 5 Players to watch out!

As the days come closer to the Rugby World Cup in France this year, there is more and more chatter around the key players who

Tackling the Markets: A Guide to Rugby Betting for Beginners

Who doesn’t love rugby? With its thrilling matches and passionate fanbase, the sport offers an exciting opportunity for sports enthusiasts to engage in sports betting.

Sunday, Jun 4


Ealing look to pick up Caulfield

ON THE BLINDSIDE - NEIL FISSLER Ealing Trailfinders are still looking to strengthen their squad for next season despite finding their path to the Premiership


Following famous footsteps

PETER JACKSON When he lived in one of London’s swishest hotels at the height of his trans-Atlantic stardom, Richard Harris made a confession over a


‘England are dark horses for big prize’

By GARY FITZGERALD England can be World Cup dark horses who “sneak up” on the rail and gallop off with rugby’s biggest prize. Mike Tindall


Ospreys to demand a transfer fee for Francis

By PETER JACKSON Ospreys are demanding a transfer fee for Wales prop Tomas Francis, France-bound after completing business at the World Cup. “Tomas has one

Tax bill pushes Irish to the brink

By SAM JACKSON London Irish’s hopes of Premiership survival are hanging by a thread after the club was hit with winding-up petitions by HM Revenue

Call to hold all county finals at Twickenham

By LUKE JARMYN All men’s and women’s County Championship finals should take place at Twickenham as part of a weekend festival of rugby, according to

Dickens raring to get going at Tigers

By BEN JAYCOCK Leicester Tigers new attack and backs coach Alan Dickens is excited about reuniting with the multitude of players he coached while in

Jones can fire up Aussies, says Cooper

By GARY FITZGERALD Quade Cooper is bubbling about Australia’s World Cup chances, now they have Eddie Jones back holding the reins. The 35-year-old also believes

We will have to front up, says Laidlaw

By BRYN PALMER Scotland's players need to swiftly “front up” to the reality of their World Cup pool if they are to avoid a second

Sanderson: We want to improve and not just be one-off wonders

By PAUL REES Sale took their pain to Spain. The day after the Premiership final defeat to Saracens at Twickenham, the players and management flew

Enforce laws and game will be safer

WORLD Rugby should abandon their ‘player welfare’ platitudes and make the game safer by merely enforcing its own laws. A fortnight ago in The Rugby

Sale’s time will come

SARACENS proved they are still ahead of the field with last Saturday’s triumph over Sale, but I back Alex Sanderson’s side to give them an

How Ellie fell back in love with the game

By BEN JAYCOCK HAVING turned away from the sport as a teenager, Sevens flyer Ellie Boatman is now revelling in the newly formed Great Britain

Dream Team with Dan Barnes

The Jersey and former London Scottish, Rosslyn Park, Henley and Wasps academy centre, chooses the best XV he has played with or against... 1. Beno

Hard to see who can catch Saracens

JEREMY GUSCOTT OUTSPOKEN AND UNMISSABLE... EVERY WEEK It's hard to predict whether this will be the start of a period of dominance for Saracens but

Gatland releases Carre after he fails to hit targets

Cardiff prop Rhys Carre has been released from Wales’ World Cup training squad having “failed to meet individual performance targets”. “Rhys Carre has been released

Graham struggling to land a new deal

By JON NEWCOMBE EXCLUSIVE Homeless, a second child on the way and no job. That is the brutal reality confronting Gary Graham as one of