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Rugby World Cup 2015: Tom Wood reveals England's brutal dieting programme

According to Gavin Mairs, Rugby News Correspondent there's a new town in Surrey as ".....the England squad will eat up to four meals at a day, with the food on offer at their Baghot training base specifically designed by a team of nutritionists....."

This article sums up the results of the first quarterfinal matches of the Keystone Rugby Conference. || Image Source:


Meet Nathan Charles. He’s one of the most dynamic players in the Super Rugby Competition. He was also born with cystic fibrosis.

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Former Wales coach Steve Hansen agrees with New Zealand rugby chief on the All Blacks going solo

Former Wales coach Steve Hansen agrees with New Zealand rugby chief on the All Blacks going solo - Wales Online

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Having a tooth out in Abertillery and 10 other stories of Jonah Lomu in Wales

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#Rugby News: #England ended their 12-game winless streak against #South Africa with a crushing 37-21 victory at #Twickenham. First-half tries from Jonny May & Courtney Lawes put England on course for an 11th successive Test win, with George Ford and Owen Farrell crossing after the restart. Replacement Johan Goosen scored a try on the hour mark and Willie le Roux grabbed a second with two minutes remaining but there were few positives for the visitors, who were outclassed by Eddie Jones' men.

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Watch: Wales burst into song in response to haka at Dunedin Airport

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Woman rugby player died from catastrophic brain injuries after tackle

Tragic Sarah Chesters was playing for her ladies' rugby team on October 19 last year when she was bundled to the ground by a bigger opposition player (pictured here in an earlier match)