No matches in the Super League or lower tiers have been held since mid-March and with no likelihood of an early return, clubs have become increasingly fearful about their futures. A statement from the Department of Culture Media and Sport DCMS said the emergency loan would “safeguard the immediate future of the sport” and prevent clubs collapsing. Without their ability to stage matches with fans despite the Government’s extensive economic package, the professional game has come very close to collapsing. England is due to host the Rugby League World Cup next year for the men’s, women’s and wheelchair games. RFL chief Ralph Rimmer said the clubs played a vital role in their communities, particularly in the north of England. This support enables the sport to survive, to reshape and to be ready to restart in this our th year. To secure its hold on power, the Communist Party is tightening its control over all faiths in China. Here’s everything you need to know:When did the crackdown begin? Religious repression has intensified across China since President Xi Jinping took office in
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Please refresh the page and retry. F iji are set for another World Cup reunion with Wales after booking their ticket to the tournament on Saturday with victory over Tonga. Fan favourite Leone Nakarawa’s 53rd minute try closed the gap, with two Ben Volavola penalties giving Fiji a advantage which they never relinquished. T he New Zealand franchises are back in action after their involvement in the British and Irish Lions series, with the current projections for the quarter-finals as follows:.
Five matches took place in Round 16 over the last weekend, with the mood in Perth full of dread as the two Australian franchises in the picture to be cut from Super Rugby battling each other on the field when the Force hosted the Rebels. Outscoring the visitors by four tries to three, 11 points from the boot of veteran fly-half Peter Grant were enough for the Force to secure win. M att Hodgson, the long-time Force captain, then addressed both sets of players in a huddle after the final whistle, highlighting the unity of the players on the field whose futures remain completely in the dark with only one round of the season remaining, and neither team in play-off contention.
E lsewhere in Australia the Reds dramatically downed the Brumbies in Brisbane thanks to an 80th-minute penalty from the boot of Quade Cooper, but the main result of interest came in Sydney. The Jaguares, Super Rugby’s Argentine franchise with one victory in their last eight matches, benefited from a fast start against the Waratahs with tries from Pablo Matera, Matias Orlando and Benjamin Macome opening up a lead in the first half.
A nd despite the Waratahs scrapping their way back to , the Jaguares showed rare composure to push ahead again through Agustin Creevy and Matias Moroni tries for their first away win since Round 1. Finally the Stormers hit the Sunwolves for 50 with a over the struggling Japanese side, while the Kings’ remarkable run continued after a last-gasp Lionel Cronje penalty gave them a triumph in Pretoria over the Bulls.
The result came just two days after the South African Rugby Union announced that the Kings will be leaving Super Rugby at the end of the year, along with the Cheetahs, with reports suggesting both teams could join the PRO12 as soon as next season.
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In an year career in both codes after her transition, she was a standout player on the pitch and a team leader off of it. Today, she covers the sport as a journalist and blogger and has been a voice for equity for women in Rugby. International Gay Rugby had two participants who were part of a forum in February sponsored by World Rugby, which led to the production of the draft document. We will be working with World Rugby to uphold those commitments and ensure that rugby remains a welcoming and open environment to transgender athletes.
We proudly stand with our IGR family in supporting the trans community. Rugby for is all. He also retweeted an online petition drive opposing the potential ban, which has garnered over 8, signatures as of press time. An active player and commentator from where rugby is perhaps the national game was blunt in her assessment of a possible ban. That is the outcome we are trying to effect.
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Casey Cooper-Fiske. It might have been a bad result for England but the hundreds of people who watched the match at Holt Rugby Club said rugby was the winner. About people packed into the club where England scrum half Ben Youngs started his career aged just six. And although there might have been some sad faces at the end, the turnout promoted the club marvellously. Paul Knight, the club’s unders coach, said: “It’s a fantastic way to promote the sport.
It was not a great result for England, but win, lose or draw rugby was always going to be the winner. There’s a good atmosphere, but it was better last week when we won. He was so noisy in his support for the Springboks that some of the England fans good-naturedly dragged him out of the clubhouse at one point.
Bartenders at the Woolpack Inn on Golden Ball Street said they had seen hundreds of people through the door since it opened at 8am. Fans nursing coffees, pints and fry ups filled every seat in the pub, leaping to their feet at every try. Long-time rugby fan Ruby Spelman, 38, from Norwich, said despite the disappointing result, the World Cup had been a fantastic experience. She said: “It’s been a lot of fun and I don’t think the loss detracts from that. The obvious highlight was the win against New Zealand.
I think we tired ourselves out fighting that hard for the win, the boys seemed worn out today.