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England Rugby October 2009 in Review


By Kath 12/11/09
November 12 2009

England Rugby October 2009 in review. Lots happening this month, Unofficial England Rugby was delighted to be invited along for a 'pint & chat' to meet Phil Vickery for the launch of his new Raging Bull Leisurewear range. Also excellent news Sevens Rugby to be included in the 2016 Olympic Games, information on revised squads, England Women plus much more...

  

England Rugby October 2009 - In Review

England's Phil Vickery shares his thoughts on a number of topics including the 2009 Lions, his former director of rugby, how England are doing at the moment and skin tight shirts for the tight five. Speaking at a product launch for his brand new Raging Bull leisurewear range, Unofficial England Rugby were on hand to hear what he had to say. 

Phil Vickery speaks on Raging Bull, Geech & that Lions Test

and this guy has a huge heart he steps in to save the day............

 

 

 

During the launch of Raging Bull's new range of leisurewear

 

 

Arriving late into the UK yesterday Italian team Rugby Parma FC were distraught to find their luggage containing their playing kit not on board!     

Vickery's Raging Bull Stampedes to the Rescue

Big Thank you to Phil as he is also sponsoring Unofficial England Rugby's  Autumn International Prediction League Competition with his Raging Bull Kit.   It is still not too late to enter CLICK HERE TO LAUNCH THE PREDICTION LEAGUE  Once logged in, click on 'My Predictions' to begin

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Rugby sevens as well as golf have been voted on to the programme for the 2016 Olympic Games in Rio de Janeiro. The International Olympic Committee's executive board voted to include both two months ago and the full membership confirmed the decision on Friday.  

Rugby Sevens rejoins the Olympics

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England Women's Rugby - England Head Coach Gary Street has named a squad of 44 players who will contest a three test series against New Zealand in November. 

England Women's Rugby Squad for November & 6N 2009/10

 

 

 

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The Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum, a must-see attraction for fans of the game of rugby, is to re-launch.

 The museum re-opens to the public on Monday 9th November 2009. Its official launch is on Thursday 12th November when former England captain and World Cup Winner, Martin Corry of Wooden Spoon, will re-launch the museum.


Webb Ellis Rugby Football Museum to Re-launch

 

 

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England v New Zealand - Walk for Matt Fundraiser. The Old Anchor, Twickenham 21st November after the match. Live Music, Raffle and it Free Entry. Starts 8pm. Suzanne is taking part in the walk 4 Matt 2010 next year and she would love to see as many of you at the event as possible. She posted this message...

Hi All,
I'm taking part in the Walk 4 Matt 2010 where we are walking from Rugby to Twickenham which is 110 miles along the tow path over 7 days.  I'm representing London Irish and we are hosting a few events before the walk in May the first one being the one in the poster.  So come along if you are around after the game there will be live music and we are raffling off a signed shirt all for the Walk 4 Matt - there is also no entry charge but collections tins will be around.

Thanks   Trouble


























































































 

 

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