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England Rugby March 2010 In Review


By Kath 9/4/10
April 9 2010

England Rugby Union - March 2010 In Review

England Rugby March 2010 - In Review

England Rugby March 2010:  We had the completion of the RBS Six Nations Championship and once again the England men fell away leaving the fans feeling bitter at their performances.   Also many fans calling for Coaches and Management to go but we shall see.........  However, in the meantime Arquero Unofficial England Rugby Poster Sums up England's Performances sung to the tune of  'Ernie the fastest milkman in the west' Wink

 

The England Women on the other hand ran out and on to Glory  England Women's team for Scotland, and for France 

England Women's U20 Team named for Inaugural French Match 

 

England Women crowned RBS 6N Grand Slam Champions

 

 

Women's Rugby World Cup 2010   And Not to be missed !  The showpiece tournament kicks-off on August 20th at the impressive new multi-million pound Surrey Sports Park in Guildford with all the pool games staged at that venue. Twickenham's The Stoop. Tickets for the Women's Rugby World Cup 2010 on sale now!

 

 

 

England Elite: A squad of 44 players will travel and take part in the tests and midweek matches Summer Tour 2010 - Australia

A round up of the Previews / Reviews for the final matches of the 2010 RBS Six Nations. England v Ireland Preview  &  Match Review by RobMazaScotland v England Calcutta Cup Preview,  & Match Review Thoughts by Ed Budge,  France v England Preview, & Match Review Thoughts by Mally

 

 

 

RFU Press Release Reports

Twickenham getting hot under the collar with Ofcom? Statement on Ofcom review of Pay TV market

 

 

 

 

Fletcher makes changes to England U18 squad,  

U18s Team for Wales March 2010

England update Under 18 squad for 5N Festival

 

 

 

 

 

England 7s Fixtures 2010 - Adelaide,

England 7s Fixtures/Results Hong Kong 2010

 

 

 

 

Rugby legends Phil Vickery and Mike Catt, played ball at Debenhams Oxford Street last week, to celebrate the launch of Phil’s Raging Bull leisure line.  RUGBY LEGENDS Cause Scrum Outside Debenhams

 

 

 

 

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Doing his bit for Charity England & Leeds Andy Gomarsall - Ran to the Beat

 

 

 

 

Former England & Ireland legends of the game including Corry, Robinson, Leonard, Byrne, Burke and Corrigan lined up at the Twickenham Stoop to contest the Stuart Mangan Cup, raising money for causes including the Matt Hampson Trust. England & Ireland rugby legends return for charity

Walk4Matt 2010 bigger and better! Preparations for this year’s walk are already well under way, and supporters and clubs who would like to get involved with Walk4Matt 2010 should email tommy@hambo.co.uk or visit www.walk4matt.org for more information. Walk4Matt 2010 bigger and better!

 

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England Rugby March 2010 In Review
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09/04/2010 14:38
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