We are back!
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by Chris Fuller
3y ago
BeRugby magazine is back and will be flying through our valued subscribers... The post We are back! appeared first on Be Rugby Magazine ..read more
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COVID-19 BeRugby update
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by Chris Fuller
4y ago
Firstly, we hope that you and your families are all safe and... The post COVID-19 BeRugby update appeared first on Be Rugby Magazine ..read more
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The quality of their coffee: How to find a rugby club that fits?
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by Chris Fuller
4y ago
The quality of their coffee: How to find the club that fits? Finding the right rugby club can all feel a bit daunting. You might know that a local club exists but may not feel confident enough to just rock up with a pair of boots. There’s a lot to consider when you decide to sign your child up to a rugby club. Outside of school, you will end up spending many hours – not only at the club – but with the club community. So do your research to make sure it’s a good fit for you as a family. I often wonder what would have happened if I wasn’t made to feel as welcome when I first brought my son to hi ..read more
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Army and Navy Women make up a Twickenham double header!
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by Chris Fuller
4y ago
100 YEARS OF THE INTER SERVICE RUGBY CHAMPIONSHIP CONCLUDES WITH SERVICE WOMEN’S RUGBY TWICKENHAM STADIUM DEBUT. In 2020 the Army Women and Royal Navy Women will run out from the West stand on to the hallowed Twickenham turf for the first time in history. Since the first Women’s Inter Services match in 2003, the goal of playing at Twickenham Stadium has been held by many of the pioneers of the Service Women’s game. 1920 was a very special year for Service rugby. With the end of the Great War the newly formed Royal Air Force Rugby Union joined with the Army and Royal Navy to compete in the fir ..read more
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World Rugby Museum launches an amazing Olympic rugby exhibition!
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by Chris Fuller
4y ago
BRAND NEW EXHIBITION AT WORLD RUGBY MUSEUM SHINES LIGHT ON THE HISTORY OF RUGBY AT THE OLYMPICS Ahead of the 2020 Olympics Games, the award-winning World Rugby Museum at Twickenham Stadium has launched a brand new exhibition titled ‘Rugby and the Olympics’, which has now officially opened at the museum. Speakers at an exclusive event included RFU CEO, Bill Sweeney, formerly CEO of the British Olympic Association, and Ben Ryan who has coached both the men’s England Sevens team and Fiji team which won gold at the 2016 Rio Olympics. The unique exhibition showcases the leading role that Rugby Unio ..read more
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For mud’s sake!
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by Chris Fuller
4y ago
For Mud’s Sake I was collecting my daughter from rugby training at school when I bumped into a usually calm mother looking very agitated. Her lips pursed in disgust, she pulled wipe-after-wipe from her handbag. Her son was stood beside her in his socks trying to tease his coated rugby boots into a bag she held with the tips of her fingers. “Ugh, this is the only thing I just can’t stand about him playing rugby,” she said. Immediately, I knew what she meant…the MUD. Stifling a laugh, I put on my most sympathetic face, and mumbled something about how it could be worse. But I wanted to tell her t ..read more
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When rugby makes young leaders
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by Chris Fuller
4y ago
When playing rugby makes young leaders I was recently invited to participate in a youth leadership course run by the St Philips Centre, Leicester’s centre for Inter Faith work. It was a Sunday lunch meeting, so for a rugby mum it was a rush from the club, swapping the wellies and waterproofs to something free from the morning’s mud. Apologising for my late arrival – neatly placing the blame on my son’s away game that day – I found myself seated next to the Bishop of Leicester, Martyn Snow. The Bishop (let’s call him Martyn now), chuckled. “Who does your son play for?” he asked as I settled do ..read more
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World rugby record set by Battersea Ironsides RFC!
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by Chris Fuller
4y ago
BATTERSEA IRONSIDES SET NEW GUINNESS WORLD RECORD FOR THE LARGEST RUGBY TOUR EVER! Key Facts Battersea Ironsides RFC have been recognised as “Officially Amazing” by Guinness World Records for the largest rugby tour ever. The massive mini-rugby tour to Minehead over the May Bank Holiday weekend was in celebration of Ironsides 75th anniversary season. The tour comprised 306 Ironsides players and coaches – making up 28 Teams from Under 7 to Under 12 age groups, playing over 160 matches against teams from across England and Wales. The total number of tourists was 579, made up of 236 players, 70 co ..read more
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Rugby mum – Picking up rugby tips
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by Chris Fuller
5y ago
Be in the know this Rugby World Cup! Hooray, we’re all in the throes of a very enjoyable Rugby World Cup 2019! Mornings have taken on a new feel—catching a match on TV, or sneakily following at our desks! However we navigate it, what’s happening in Japan is on everyone’s minds. But what if, like me, you enjoy watching the game, but don’t know enough about the technical details? Admittedly, there have been embarrassing moments when I’ve tried to sound like I know what’s going on, but failed miserably. And like many converts and fresh rugby parents, I learned to fit in and pretend I knew—I clapp ..read more
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Our Rugby World Cup Favourite XV’s – England.
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by Chris Fuller
5y ago
The current crop of England stars put in an improved performance today against the USA. They have bigger tests ahead and a some tougher opponents to beat in order to reach the 2019 Rugby World Cup Final, can they do it? So far in our Favourite XV’s series we have covered current World Champions New Zealand, double World Cup winners South Africa, the Six Nations Grand Slam holders Wales. Next up is England! A mixture of past and present greats have made our favourite fifteen this month.  So here they are, our England “Favourite XV”. 1. Jason Leonard. “The fun bus”. Not only one of the best prop ..read more
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