Following the England Students’ 16-15 win over France Universities at Kingston Park last Friday, TRU’s Joe Harvey spoke to coaches and members of the playing squad about their week and how the team rallied to beat the French.
England Students picked up a 16-15 win over France Universities at Kingston Park on Friday afternoon, the boot of Loughborough’s Charlie Titcombe doing the work in the northeast as the Students returned after three years.
Ahead of the England Students’ return this Friday afternoon against France at Kingston Park, former England flanker, Mark Wilson, spoke about coaching the team with Darren Fearn and his thoughts on the value of university rugby.
Denholm was part of the Edinburgh side who were denied an appearance in the final in 2020 due to the pandemic, but the Scottish outfit are back on the big stage and ready to add another title to their list of honours.
With the BUCS Women’s National League Final coming to Sixways this week, two-time BUCS winning coach, Jo Yapp, spoke to TRU about her all-beating University of Exeter team and her current role with Worcester Warriors Women.
After defeating Loughborough in the semi-finals, the Durham University skipper has one final assignment to complete before he joins Bristol Bears as the Palatinate aim for a BUCS Super Rugby league and cup double.
As England prepare to face Wales, there will be some noise surrounding Alex Dombrandt given his affiliation with Cardiff Met and whilst he is one of the university's biggest stars, TRU's Joe Harvey took a closer look into the fabric of the Archers.
Making his 100th appearance for Gloucester at the start of December, lock forward Freddie Clarke spoke to TRU’s Joe Harvey about his personal landmark, getting further responsibilities and the club’s season so far.
On the week he was announced as a core player for England Sevens, Chinnor RFC flanker Max Clementson spoke to TRU’s Joe Harvey + he gave his thoughts ahead of the club's National One clash with Rams RFC.
Ahead of his Champions Cup bow against Castres, Harlequins’ flanker Jack Kenningham spoke to TRU’s Joe Harvey about his rise to the top, time at the University of Bath and the joy of playing in front of fans.
Wales boss Wayne Pivac has tipped the 19-year-old to be an international star and Tshiunza's university coach has also predicted a bright future for the teenage powerhouse who is set to earn his first cap.