Rugby Football Union chief executive Bill Sweeney has confirmed that England coach Eddie Jones has recommitted to his role with the red rose team for the remainder of his contract that expires in 2021.
It would be easy to select a National Two South Team of the Season which is completely dominated by Rams RFC, but after a superb campaign, there is more than another talent across the division to choose from.
After the England XVs 51-43 win over the Barbarians, Talking Rugby Union’s Joe Harvey picked three players that he thought could get into Eddie Jones’ World Cup squad after being in attendance at Twickenham.
After captaining his country on Sunday, TRU columnist Josh Beaumont has penned his final words of the season as he reflects on a special day at Twickenham, England and an exciting 2019/20 campaign to come.
James Rodwell may be making his 93rd and final appearance for England on the World Rugby Sevens Series circuit this weekend in Paris, but for seven of his team mates, it will be just the start of their journey in the sport at the top level.
Saracens and Exeter Chiefs will contest this weekend’s Gallagher Premiership final at Twickenham as the top two sides in the country showed them immense quality on Saturday against Gloucester and Northampton Saints.
Ampthill and District, Hull Ionians and Rams RFC were crowned champions of their respective leagues last month but attention has already turned to the start of the 2019/20 season after the National League fixtures were announced.
In his latest column for Talking Rugby Union, Simon Hammersley discusses relegation from the Premiership, why Newcastle Falcons have struggled this term, the chance the Championship offers and signing off in style.
The new semi-professional Super6 league which will kick off in Scotland in November will be bolstered by a number of Scottish qualified players who currently ply their trade in England, according to Sean Lineen.
EPCR European Player of the Year nominees Garry Ringrose and Jordan Larmour are the men who can break down Saracens defence and help Leinster lift the Heineken Champions Cup for a record fifth time on Saturday, according to Brian O’Driscoll.
Saracens back Duncan Taylor has not played a competitive match since last September, but is now back training and Scotland head coach Gregor Townsend will give the player every chance to be part of his World Cup plans.
Nineteen-year-old second-row/back-row Marshall Sykes has been out of action for seven months, but is back to full fitness and is set to be a key man for Scotland at the under-20 World Championship in Argentina next month.
Andrew Skeen has played at BT Murrayfield before for Scotland Sevens and Melrose, but the 35-year-old could not be more excited to be heading back to the national stadium this Saturday to represent his hometown club Berwick.
Scotland rugby stars who grew up in North Berwick have been talking about the role the East Lothian town has played in their sporting journey as the local club gets ready to host their annual sevens this weekend.
In his first column for Talking Rugby Union, Sale Sharks’ Johnny Leota discusses his season in the third tier, the importance of the National Leagues, preparing for life after the game and his blog; Rugby Yarns.