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LivingRugby Ed

What Is Ashtons International Future?

No British Lions Caps for Ashton

It seems that the international career of Chris Ashton will now not include any British and Irish Lions caps, following the ban for 13 weeks he has received for a serious citing involving the biting of another player.

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Rugby Fitness Developing Player Power

Power is key

Whether it’s sprinting the length of the pitch, quickly changing direction or driving the scrum forward, power is key.

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New Free Sport Tournament Software Available

Free Platform Makes Running Leagues & Tournaments Easy

A new free software tool has been made available for managers of sports leagues which could be particularly useful for rugby club 7s tournaments.

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What Is Your Preferred Long Pass?

Film your long pass

The long pass is one of the most effective ways of moving the rugby ball about on the pitch and changing the point of attack, but how often do you get a chance to be part of one, next to a sports star, and with the chance to win a great prize? Find out more.

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Who Will Win The Rugby World Cup 2015?

Not all teams have an equal chance of getting their hands on the trophy

The 2015 Rugby World Cup is sure to be one of the highlights of the year for sports fans and the fact that it is being held in England will add to the appeal for fans based in the UK. Overall 20 countries will be competing for glory in this year's tournament, including England, Scotland, Ireland and Wales, as well as reigning champs New Zealand, Australia and Argentina.

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