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One of Merseyside’s most unique rugby teams celebrates 60 years

The Merseyside Police rugby team will celebrate 60 years since their re-establishment this year. But despite celebrating their 60th anniversary, records show origins of police rugby in Merseyside stretch as far back as the 1930s.

Uncertain times ahead for rugby clubs like Firwood Waterloo

The current Coronavirus outbreak has plunged the sporting world into crisis. With practically all major events cancelled, suspended or re-scheduled it is uncertain when sport will return.
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England v Wales Six Nations Preview

England look to catch France at the top of the Six Nations standings, as Wales look to get one over their local rivals at Twickenham.

Six Nations could go behind paywall

The Six Nations is one of Rugby's biggest competitions. The tournament has been on free to air television for the past two decades. However, all that might be about to change following a new rule that would eliminate joint bids. The...

Firwood Waterloo extend unbeaten home run with win over Northwich

Firwood Waterloo kept their unbeaten home record intact with a 27-14 home win against fellow promotion hopefuls Nantwich. Going into the game it was Waterloo in 3rd against Nantwich in 2nd with the hosts knowing a home win would be vital in such a tight race for the play-offs.
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England fight off hellacious highland winds to beat Scotland in the 6-nations

England regain Calcutta cup after two years with a 13-6 win over brave Scotland side. The first half was very much a game of three teams, England, Scotland, and the hectic Highland winds which came out on top. Both teams struggled...

A must win match for both teams in a crucial Calcutta cup

A must win game for both England and Scotland tomorrow as they battle it out in the second weekend of the six nations. Both teams are coming into the weekend on the back of opening fixture defeats. Scotland lost 19-12...

Israel Folau under criticism from Australian Prime Minister

Israel Folau has made it into the papers yet again for another comment regarding the bush fires and droughts in Australia. Folau said: "Look how rapid these bush fires, these droughts, all these things have come in a short period...

Saracens will not appeal salary cap sanctions

Premiership Champions Saracens have announced that they will not be appealing their fine and point deduction after breaching the salary cap. The ‘Sarries’ have received a 35-point deduction and have been fined £5.36m. The deduction leaves the Rugby giants on...

Heartache for England as South Africa lift the 2019 world cup

South Africa show brute power and skill to win the 2019 Rugby world cup. The stage was set in Yokohama for a repeat of the 2007 final which saw South Africa come out victorious. Eddie Jones’s men would look to...