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RFU Makes Richard Hill Player Pathway Liaison Manager

6 August 2014 by Editor

Former England flanker and Rugby World Cup winner Richard Hill has been appointed by the Rugby Football Union (RFU) as player pathway liaison manager. The consultancy position will see Hill play an im...

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Dodson Promises Schools Investment In Scotland

15 April 2014 by Editor

Scottish Rugby chief executive Mark Dodson has committed to the ongoing investment into school rugby in Scotland, in an interview with the BBC. The Scotland national side has come under fire in recent...

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Connacht Announce NUI Galway Partnership

11 September 2013 by Editor

Connacht have announced a partnership with the National University of Ireland, Galway (NUI Galway), which aims to further the sporting, academic, research and educational links between the two organi...

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NatWest Sponsors Schools Cup

16 April 2013 by Tim Groves

The Rugby Football Union (RFU) and the England Rugby Football Schools Union (ERFSU) have announced that NatWest will be the new sponsor of the Schools Cup. The bank replaces the Daily Mail and RBS and...

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Flanagan In Quest To Educate Future RL Bosses

6 March 2013 by Adrian Hill

Rugby league is big business but all too often it has been off-field failures which have blighted the game in the 21st century. The recent experiences of the likes of Bradford Bulls and Castleford Tig...

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Phil de Glanville On Hartpury/Gloucester

23 January 2013 by Phil de Glanville

Former England captain Phil de Glanville writes for Running Rugby about his role in school, college and youth rugby with the renowned Hartpury College, including how the institution remains independe...

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