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Rugby Tag Archive

Newcastle Falcons soar into automatic promotion

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With Coronavirus running rampant on sport across the world, the RFU have issued promotion to the Newcastle Falcons, who went 15 games unbeaten...

Six Nations 2020: the thrilling final weeks of fantastic rugby

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With the Six Nations approaching its conclusion, Colm Williams dissects each nation’s performance so far and makes his assessment on who is likely to triumph at the...

It’s Time to Tackle “Vicious Circle of Underinvestment”

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Elana Shapiro reports on the inequalities in the pay and facilities of men's and women's sport...

Six Nations preview: who stands a chance at Grand Slam glory?

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Our sports writers assess each countries' chances in the upcoming Six Nations. ...

Mixed bag for Southern Hemisphere post-World Cup

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Rory Ewart takes a look at the performances of Australia, New Zealand and South Africa following this year's Rugby World Cup ...

Cheeky Ladies take Mechanical Engineering to the cleaners

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Tuesday evening finally brought the long awaited season opening game of the season for The Cheeky Ladies and Mechanical Engineering, two of Newcastle University’s intra-mural...

The rise of rugby in Japan

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Japan surprised many with an impressive World Cup performance in which they got to the quarter finals. Tom Moorcroft looks at how rugby became popular in a nation not...

Black History Month: the greatest black athletes

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The Courier's Sport writers celebrate Black History Month by profiling some of the most succesful and inspirational black sports stars of all time....

I’m soy into you: a taste of Tokyo

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Charlotte Boulton recounts the highlights of her summertime trip to Tokyo. ...

Newcastle Falcons fly to St James’ Park

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Rebecca Johnson previews the clash between Newcastle Falcons and Sale Sharks at St James' Park on Saturday 23rd February. ...