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England Rugby October 2011 - In Review


By Kath
November 24 2011

England Rugby October 2011 In Review

 

England Rugby October 2011 - In Review

England Rugby October 2011 - In Review.  Rugby World Cup 2011 - A mixed bag this month, some parts we definitely want to forget .... if we can!  The good bits well one of our favourites won Celebrity Master Chef - Phil Vickery!  We had Dean Ryan named as coach for the Heroes.  Squads named, Ex England Captain off to climb Everest plus much more


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RUGBY WORLD CUP 2011

Well expectations were high(ish), we had come through the Pools and into the Quarter Final.  We had France who had taking a kicking, omens were not looking good and sure enough we got what we deserved.  Much more going on but you would not think so as England were on their way home after a torrid time both on and off the field.    You could be sure there would be more to come and a lot of dirty linen to be hung out.

Well here we go again.......... up early, set the alarm clock, bacon butties if you are lucky and no doubt another nerve racking couple of hours watching England Rugby  Elite play.  England v France RWC Quarter Final Pre Match Thoughts  and England Rugby World Cup - It's all over now..... just the inquest to follow!   England v France RWC 2011 Quarter Final Post Match Thoughts

 

The Inquest Begins

RFU - Looks like more rocky waters ahead and that is without the Andrew Review.    The SGM proposal will go through due process and if 100 clubs sign up then the RFU within 14 days will give no less than 60days notice of the date of the SGM.    RFU Statement in response to the Special General Meeting proposal


Englands Lewis Moody walks up the tunnel after during the 2011 Rugby World Cup Quarter Final match a

Lewis Moody - No more International Rugby for him....  England's Lewis Moody Retiring from International Rugby


FP_Fixtures_New_7England U18 have announced their provisional squad for the 2011/12 season, England U18 Provisional Squad 

 

 

FP_Sevens_2Former World Sevens Player of the Year Ollie Phillips is training with England again in the countdown to this season's HSBC Sevens World Series. England 7s-Ollie Phillips back in training for World Series

 

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Sue Day Captain 2007

Former England Women’s Captain Sue Day is embarking on a new type of challenge, far away from the rugby field, by climbing Mount Everest to raise money for rugby charity Wooden Spoon  Former England Captain takes on Everest

It’s set to be the busiest autumn ever for England Women who will play two matches against France and three against world champions New Zealand between November 2 and December 3   England Women Autumn International Series

The England Women’s squad to take on France in two international tests next month in France has been announced.  England Women's Squad Announced 

 

 Help for Heroes Challenge logo

Dean Ryan has been unveiled as the coach for the Northern Hemisphere side who will take on a Southern Hemisphere outfit on December 3 at Twickenham, with the proceeds from the game going to Help for Heroes. 

Heroes Rugby Challenge - Ryan unveiled as Northern Hem coach

 

 

 

FORMER SALE legend Bryan Redpath Previewed the LV Cup which kicked off this month  LV Cup preview - reigning & defending champions Gloucester

 

 

 

England Rugby's gentle giant Phil Vickery is in the finals week of Celebrity MasterChef with his very own 100% Beef Apron   

England's Phil Vickery -WINS Celebrity MasterChef 2011

 

 

 

 

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