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Illawarra Mercury
JUNIOR SPORT RESULTSJUNIOR RUGBY ROUND 3 UNDER 7: Avondale 45 def Bowral Blacks 35, Vikings 30 de
JUNIOR SPORT RESULTS
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 10 hours ago
JUNIOR RUGBY ROUND 3 UNDER 7: Avondale 45 def Bowral Blacks 35, Vikings 30 def Camden 25, Kiama 40 def Campbelltown Harlequins 10 UNDER 8: Woonona Shamrocks 55 def Tech Waratahs 35, Avondale 50 def Bowral Blacks 20, Camden 40 def Vikings... Read more
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give me sport
The best XV never to win a Rugby World CupIrish hooker was a titanic presence for both Ireland and the Lions. A veteran o
The best XV never to win a Rugby World Cup
give me sport / Posted 14 hours ago
Irish hooker was a titanic presence for both Ireland and the Lions. A veteran of 63 tests and three World Cups, the Harlequins hooker never progressed beyond the quarter-final stage. But his set-piece brilliance, coupled with his mobility in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Ayimba Aims Repeat of Singapore 7s Glory in Paris(Impala), Oscar Ayodi, Augustine Lugonzo (Homeboyz), Alex Olaba, Billy Odhiambo
Ayimba Aims Repeat of Singapore 7s Glory in Paris
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 hours ago
(Impala), Oscar Ayodi, Augustine Lugonzo (Homeboyz), Alex Olaba, Billy Odhiambo (Strathmore), Frank Wanyama, Willy Ambaka (Harlequins), Nelson Oyoo (Nakuru). A lover of sports who seeks to tell the African story in an African way. Top ten finalist... Read more
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walesonline
Which TWO Welshman make our Guinness Pro12 Team of the Season?a very judicious career move. He initially played in his grandmother’s native
Which TWO Welshman make our Guinness Pro12 Team of the Season?
walesonline / Posted 18 hours ago
a very judicious career move. He initially played in his grandmother’s native province of Ulster with the amateur Belfast Harlequins before joining Connacht where he has gone from strength to strength, anchoring the scrum and playing in every... Read more
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walesonline
The 21 top stars who could be missing when Wales play Englandthe victim of the Joe Marler ‘gypsy boy’ jibe in their last encounter, but coul
The 21 top stars who could be missing when Wales play England
walesonline / Posted 18 hours ago
the victim of the Joe Marler ‘gypsy boy’ jibe in their last encounter, but could well be spared a return match with the Harlequins prop if the Scarlets reach the Pro12 play-offs.Ken Owens Has had to play second fiddle to Opsreys hooker Scott... Read more
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Evening Standard
Saracens to brush off RPA awards snub by ‘winning more silverware’of the Year shortlist consists of Itoje, Wasps’ Elliot Daly, Leicester’s Harry
Saracens to brush off RPA awards snub by ‘winning more silverware’
Evening Standard / Posted 18 hours ago
of the Year shortlist consists of Itoje, Wasps’ Elliot Daly, Leicester’s Harry Thacker, Northampton’s Harry Mallinder and Harlequins’ Jack Clifford. Meanwhile, Ben Botica is quitting Harlequins to join Montpellier at the end of this season. The... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Sale Sharks scrum-half Chris Cusiter retires from rugbyfour tries but he has been laid low for the past two months after being forced
Sale Sharks scrum-half Chris Cusiter retires from rugby
Manchester Evening News / Posted 19 hours ago
four tries but he has been laid low for the past two months after being forced off with concussion during Sale's win over Harlequins in March. Chris Cusiter joined Sale in the summer of 2014 and went on to play 38 times for the Sharks And having... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Tommy Taylor aiming to sign off in style at Sale Sharksthe top six down to seventh with just one game to go and now must both win at N
Tommy Taylor aiming to sign off in style at Sale Sharks
Manchester Evening News / Posted 20 hours ago
the top six down to seventh with just one game to go and now must both win at Newcastle this Saturday and hope that either Harlequins or Northampton lose to secure a place in next seasons’s European Champions Cup. “Losing in that manner to... Read more
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BT Sport
Ben Botica to leave Harlequins for MontpellierHarlequins have announced fly-half Ben Botica is to join French Top 14 club Mon
Ben Botica to leave Harlequins for Montpellier
BT Sport / Posted 21 hours ago
Harlequins have announced fly-half Ben Botica is to join French Top 14 club Montpellier. Botica will move to Montpellier - Quins' European Challenge Cup final opponents in Lyon on May 13 - this summer as replacement for Toulon-bound Francois... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ben Botica to leave Harlequins for Montpellier Harlequins fly-half Ben Botica will join Montpellier for next season Harlequ
Ben Botica to leave Harlequins for Montpellier
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 21 hours ago
Harlequins fly-half Ben Botica will join Montpellier for next season Harlequins have announced fly-half Ben Botica is to join French Top 14 club Montpellier. Botica will move to Montpellier - Quins'... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
HARLEQUINS: Botica calls time on "priceless" four years at the StoopHarlequins’ fly-half Ben Botica will leave the club at the end of the season to
HARLEQUINS: Botica calls time on "priceless" four years at the Stoop
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 21 hours ago
Harlequins’ fly-half Ben Botica will leave the club at the end of the season to join Top 14 outfit Montpellier in France. The 26-year-old’s position had been in jeopardy after it was announced yesterday (Tuesday) that Scottish fly-half Ruaridh... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
HARLEQUINS: Botica calls time on "priceless" four years at the StoopHarlequins’ fly-half Ben Botica will leave the club at the end of the season to
HARLEQUINS: Botica calls time on "priceless" four years at the Stoop
Kingston Guardian / Posted 22 hours ago
Harlequins’ fly-half Ben Botica will leave the club at the end of the season to join Top 14 outfit Montpellier in France. The 26-year-old’s position had been in jeopardy after it was announced yesterday (Tuesday) that Scottish fly-half Ruaridh... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
Illawarra rep women shineperformance at the NSW Country Championships in Tamworth. The Illawarra squad
Illawarra rep women shine
Illawarra Mercury / Posted yesterday
performance at the NSW Country Championships in Tamworth. The Illawarra squad comprised players from Campbelltown Harlequins and Wollongong University and began the tournament with a tight 19-12 loss to tournament favourites and eventual... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
T-Birds 'learning quick'team that has players who have been playing four or five years," he said. "Four
T-Birds 'learning quick'
The Brantford Expositor / Posted yesterday
team that has players who have been playing four or five years," he said. "Four years of rugby or a summer of experience at Harlequins makes a huge difference." In Tuesday's game, PJ played great defence early, limiting BCI to a 24-0 half-time... Read more
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walesonline
Ospreys and Wales wing Dafydd Howells signs new contract at Liberty Stadiumstill only 17. He followed that up with his first taste of regional rugby in t
Ospreys and Wales wing Dafydd Howells signs new contract at Liberty Stadium
walesonline / Posted yesterday
still only 17. He followed that up with his first taste of regional rugby in two LV= Cup clashes, against the Dragons and Harlequins just weeks later. Within months he had captained Wales at Under-18 level and then become one of the youngest ever... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Warriors are PRO12 favourites, says BlairThe Glasgow team will be announced on Friday. Meanwhile, former Warriors back
Warriors are PRO12 favourites, says Blair
EveningTimes Online / Posted yesterday
The Glasgow team will be announced on Friday. Meanwhile, former Warriors back Ruaridh Jackson is on the move from Wasps to Harlequins. The 28-year-old, who has 28 Scotland caps, Wasps when he left Scotstoun two years ago. The length of his new... Read more
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heraldscotland
Warriors favourites to win PRO12, says Blairand will not play against Glasgow. Meanwhile, former Warriors back Ruaridh Jac
Warriors favourites to win PRO12, says Blair
heraldscotland / Posted yesterday
and will not play against Glasgow. Meanwhile, former Warriors back Ruaridh Jackson is on the move from Wasps to Harlequins. The 28-year-old, who has 28 Scotland caps, Wasps when he left Scotstoun two years ago. The length of his new... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Harlequins: Jackson arrival could usher Botica out the doorScotland fly half Ruaridh Jackson saysd he jumped at the chance to team up with
Harlequins: Jackson arrival could usher Botica out the door
Kingston Guardian / Posted yesterday
Scotland fly half Ruaridh Jackson saysd he jumped at the chance to team up with Harlequins hero Nick Evans for next season. The 28-year-old penned a deal to switch to the Stoop from Wasps for next term, a move that will see Ben Botica ushered out... Read more
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Scotsman
Scotland cap Ruaridh Jackson leaves Wasps to join Harlequins Ruaridh Jackson featured for Scotland against Wales in the Six Nations. Pictur
Scotland cap Ruaridh Jackson leaves Wasps to join Harlequins
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Ruaridh Jackson featured for Scotland against Wales in the Six Nations. Picture: Bill Murray/SNS/SRU Scotland international Ruaridh Jackson will leave Wasps to join Harlequins at the end... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Harlequins: Jackson arrival could usher Botica out the doorScotland fly half Ruaridh Jackson saysd he jumped at the chance to team up with
Harlequins: Jackson arrival could usher Botica out the door
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted yesterday
Scotland fly half Ruaridh Jackson saysd he jumped at the chance to team up with Harlequins hero Nick Evans for next season. The 28-year-old penned a deal to switch to the Stoop from Wasps for next term, a move that will see Ben Botica ushered out... Read more
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BT Sport
Ruaridh Jackson leaving Wasps for HarlequinsRuaridh Jackson will leave Wasps to join Harlequins at the end of the Aviva Pre
Ruaridh Jackson leaving Wasps for Harlequins
BT Sport / Posted yesterday
Ruaridh Jackson will leave Wasps to join Harlequins at the end of the Aviva Premiership season. The 28-year-old fly-half has made 16 appearances for Wasps after recovering from a ruptured anterior cruciate ligament and won his 28th Scotland cap... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Ruaridh Jackson leaving Wasps for Harlequins Ruaridh Jackson is swapping Wasps for Harlequins Ruaridh Jackson will leave
Ruaridh Jackson leaving Wasps for Harlequins
Belfast Telegraph / Posted yesterday
Ruaridh Jackson is swapping Wasps for Harlequins Ruaridh Jackson will leave Wasps to join Harlequins at the end of the Aviva Premiership season. The 28-year-old fly-half has made 16 appearances for... Read more
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walesonline
The Welsh rugby Player of the Year has just been revealedplayer of the year award. Welsh rugby writers took part in the annual ballot w
The Welsh rugby Player of the Year has just been revealed
walesonline / Posted yesterday
player of the year award. Welsh rugby writers took part in the annual ballot with Faletau coming out on top ahead of Harlequins centre Jamie Roberts. Faletau, who will leave the Gwent region for Bath next season, has been a model of... Read more
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walesonline
What became of the only young Wales team to reach a World Cup finalfor Wales here, we are talking about Bath flier Anthony Watson, Exeter wing Jac
What became of the only young Wales team to reach a World Cup final
walesonline / Posted yesterday
for Wales here, we are talking about Bath flier Anthony Watson, Exeter wing Jack Nowell, Chiefs prop Luke Cowan-Dickie and Harlequins flanker Jack Clifford, while Sandy Lane whiz kid Henry Slade could well have joined them at England’s 2016 Six... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Eddie Jones urges England players to win 15 places in Lions squad, rules himself out of leading tourappointment.' Hatley, 46, said: 'I can't wait to get started. There is an enor
Eddie Jones urges England players to win 15 places in Lions squad, rules himself out of leading tour
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
appointment.' Hatley, 46, said: 'I can't wait to get started. There is an enormous amount of talent in English rugby.' Harlequins and former England No 8 Nick Easter is also hoping to develop his coaching career, taking up a defence-specialist... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Eddie Jones urges England players to win 15 places in Lions squad, rules himself out of leading tourappointment.' Hatley, 46, said: 'I can't wait to get started. There is an enor
Eddie Jones urges England players to win 15 places in Lions squad, rules himself out of leading tour
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 2 days ago
appointment.' Hatley, 46, said: 'I can't wait to get started. There is an enormous amount of talent in English rugby.' Harlequins and former England No 8 Nick Easter is also hoping to develop his coaching career, taking up a defence-specialist... Read more
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Super Sport
Overseas wrapstarted in Worcester’s away defeat to Leicester Tigers, but their safety was lo
Overseas wrap
Super Sport / Posted 2 days ago
started in Worcester’s away defeat to Leicester Tigers, but their safety was long guaranteed. London Irish’s defeat to Harlequins on Sunday meant that the Exiles dropped out of the Premiership for the first time, and will spend next season in... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Kabras, Impala Last Teams Standingbrace of tries as Kabras Sugar, who put a solid defensive performance, survived
Kabras, Impala Last Teams Standing
AllAfrica.com / Posted 2 days ago
brace of tries as Kabras Sugar, who put a solid defensive performance, survived a second half late rally to edge out Kenya Harlequins 19-15 in a tight semi-final at a soggy RFUEA grounds. Inside centre Nick Baraza scored Kabra Sugar's other try as... Read more
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iol.co.za
England’s Marler to see shrinkof vitriol on social media since the racist slur on Lee that resulted in the fi
England’s Marler to see shrink
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
of vitriol on social media since the racist slur on Lee that resulted in the first of his two-week bans. On his return to Harlequins in the Challenge Cup semi-final, he took just 26 minutes to boil over. ‘It was not just that one incident,’ said... Read more
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Super Sport
SA trio inspire Montpellier to victorystarted in Worcester’s away defeat to Leicester Tigers, but their safety was lo
SA trio inspire Montpellier to victory
Super Sport / Posted 2 days ago
started in Worcester’s away defeat to Leicester Tigers, but their safety was long guaranteed. London Irish’s defeat to Harlequins on Sunday meant that the Exiles dropped out of the Premiership for the first time, and will spend next season in... Read more
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Evening Standard
Defeat left London Irish dressing room ‘feeling like a morgue'room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
Defeat left London Irish dressing room ‘feeling like a morgue'
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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FOXSPORTS.com.au
Aussies Abroad: Wallaby trio unable to inspire Toulon to victory, White stars for Montpellierwere too strong for Worcester in a 31-17 win. London Irish will drop to the se
Aussies Abroad: Wallaby trio unable to inspire Toulon to victory, White stars for Montpellier
FOXSPORTS.com.au / Posted 2 days ago
were too strong for Worcester in a 31-17 win. London Irish will drop to the second division after losing at home to Harlequins. Scrum-half Brendan McKibbin played 71 minutes during Irish’s defeat. James Horwill, meanwhile, helped set up... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Aussies Abroad: Giteau stars but Toulon go downand the 27-year-old made 10 tackles in defence. London Irish will drop to the
Aussies Abroad: Giteau stars but Toulon go down
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
and the 27-year-old made 10 tackles in defence. London Irish will drop to the second division after losing at home to Harlequins. Scrum-half Brendan McKibbin played 71 minutes during London Irish’s defeat. James Horwill, meanwhile, helped... Read more
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Harrow Times
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
Harrow Times / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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Gazette
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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guardian-series
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
guardian-series / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Roundup: Kiwis in EuropeRichard Mayhew and Ruki Tipuna off the pine for the latter. No less than nine
Roundup: Kiwis in Europe
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 3 days ago
Richard Mayhew and Ruki Tipuna off the pine for the latter. No less than nine New Zealanders appeared in the London Irish-Harlequins clash. The latter club won 32-25 with Ben Botica and Nick Evans sharing five goals, while Winston Stanley and Mat... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
Kingston Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracensretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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Gazette
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracensretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens
Gazette / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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guardian-series
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracensretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens
guardian-series / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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Harrow Times
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracensretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens
Harrow Times / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracensretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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St Albans & Harpenden Review
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracensretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens
St Albans & Harpenden Review / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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Shropshire Star
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens « Shropshire Starretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens « Shropshire Star
Shropshire Star / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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BT Sport
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmedroom as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was a
London Irish despondent after Premiership relegation all but confirmed
BT Sport / Posted 3 days ago
room as "like a morgue" after their relegation from the Aviva Premiership was all but confirmed following a 32-25 defeat to Harlequins at the Madejski Stadium. Irish had won just four of 20 matches before playing Quins although they threatened a... Read more
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BT Sport
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracensretirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to
Mark McCall says experience pays off for Saracens
BT Sport / Posted 3 days ago
retirement and Newcastle cemented their Aviva Premiership status with a week to spare after London Irish's 32-25 defeat to Harlequins. When asked if he was relieved, Falcons' director of rugby Dean Richards replied: "Yes I suppose but at the end... Read more
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