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flyingking

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South Africa tour of Australia

Yesterday, 07:51 PM

South Africa will tour Australia next month and will play tests against The Philippines and Niue

http://www.aprlc.com...tour-australia/


Belgium V Czech Republic

17 April 2015 - 10:29 AM

Belgium begin a two match home and away series against the Czech Republic tomorrow. From the comments on the Facebook page the Czech Republic have had to draft in a lot of late replacements and have also endured a 10 hour bus journey. Hope their performance makes it worthwhile for them.

Progrès in United Arab Emirates

12 April 2015 - 08:36 PM

UAE working towards affiliate membership
http://www.rlef.eu.c...ms-to-take-part
Even better is they have got sponsorship from Nissan.
https://m.facebook.c...153239994009207

RLWC2017 qualifying starts next month

12 April 2015 - 01:46 PM

http://rlif.com/rugb...d-to-world-cup-
Latvia will host Spain in Riga on May 9th to kick off the qualifying process for the World Cup. This is exciting not only because of the nations involved, and the progress they have made, but also because there will be a record number of nations involved in the qualifying process.

Heads gone

08 February 2015 - 05:52 PM

Lots of criticism about the Welsh allowing George North to play on with concussion. The last four paragraphs of the story make particularly grim reading. World Rugby does have a bob or two, so if player safety is unjustifiably not their number one priority, it begs the question what on earth can possibly be more important when allocating their budgets?

http://www.dailymail...ss-England.html

 

Last year's RFU injury audit found that concussion was again the most common injury suffered by professional players in the Aviva Premiership. The audit for the 2013/14 season will be published this Wednesday.

World Rugby intend to employ independent matchday doctors at this year's World Cup whose job will be to alert team medics to suspected concussions in a bid to avoid a repeat of the North incident.

'In an ideal world we'd have independent doctors at every single professional rugby match but it always comes back to cost,' said one well-placed source.