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Baltimore Sun
Severn River team gets Farmer going for goldplaying rugby in 2012 for Severn River Women's Rugby Club and earned her first
Severn River team gets Farmer going for gold
Baltimore Sun / Posted 5 days ago
playing rugby in 2012 for Severn River Women's Rugby Club and earned her first cap for the Women's Eagles at the 2013 International Rugby Board Nations Cup. After the series, she talked to the National team coaches and decided to shoot for the... Read more
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walesonline
Comment: Central control the only way Welsh rugby can uniteof 1998-99. But the two clubs were ultimately embroiled in an unwinnable war w
Comment: Central control the only way Welsh rugby can unite
walesonline / Posted 10 days ago
of 1998-99. But the two clubs were ultimately embroiled in an unwinnable war with the WRU and World Rugby (then the International Rugby Board) and had no choice other than to return home the following campaign with their tails between their... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Nate Ebner steps away from NFL to give Olympic rugby a trygame. “Rugby sevens is explosive and fast, played by our quickest and fittest
Nate Ebner steps away from NFL to give Olympic rugby a try
Los Angeles Times / Posted 17 days ago
game. “Rugby sevens is explosive and fast, played by our quickest and fittest athletes,” Bernard Lapasset, chairman of the International Rugby Board, said at the time of the 2009 vote. He called the sport “a perfect fit” for the Olympics. Though... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Magpies deal part of return to Bayonline website Alibaba and emailed manufacturers, who sent samples. A prototyp
Magpies deal part of return to Bay
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 days ago
online website Alibaba and emailed manufacturers, who sent samples. A prototype was designed and sent to Ireland where the International Rugby Board gave its approval so he travelled to China and arranged manufacture. With the help of three... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Head-hits tied to concussion tip of iceberg, says former Wallaby Peter FitzSimonsAnd I said ... any test that [could] get George Smith back on the field shouldn
Head-hits tied to concussion tip of iceberg, says former Wallaby Peter FitzSimons
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 1 months ago
And I said ... any test that [could] get George Smith back on the field shouldn't be there." The incident prompted the International Rugby Board to refine its Pitch Side Concussion Assessment (PSCA), which Smith had passed. Yet Mr FitzSimons... Read more

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