RFU Touchline Magazine – April 2017 Edition
And then there’s Aylesford Bulls winning the Women’s Cup and a host of other finals, including the NatWest Schools finals at Worcester and Twickenham, the Rosslyn Park HSBC National School 7s, and the BUCS finals.
Young rugby players are invited to enter a competition #rugbyremembers to commemorate all the players who died in World War I and win tickets to the Old Mutual Wealth Cup England v Barbarians match on 28th May. And Lewis Moody visits Brookwood Military Cemetery with CBRE All Schools pupils from nearby Christ’s College.
England Sevens players help launch Mitsubish Motors Exeter Sevens, while Somerton RFC get stuck in to Strictly Come Dancing. It’s a high scoring month, so let’s give it 7!
Jones looking to make history
Eddie Jones is looking for an historic third successive RBS 6 Nations title and to be the first side to secure that accolade after their world record equalling run.
Red Roses Ready for World Cup
There’s no better way to prepare for a Women’s Rugby World Cup than securing a Six Nations Grand Slam and Head Coach Middleton says it is a definite springboard
U20s World Cup Challenge
Their first Grand Slam since 2011 sees England U20s building for the World Rugby U20 Championship in May & June
Updated 13:17 - 27 Apr 2017 by Poo Baah