SOUTH WEST RUGBY All change for community game

winscombe vs clevedonThe 2022/2023 season will see the biggest change in 30 years to how community rugby is structured in the adult men’s game in England.

The new structure is intended to improve player retention and attract new players to an area of the game where research has indicated players are choosing to play less regularly.


SOUTH WEST RUGBY Skivington commits to Gloucester

Gloucester Rugby logoHead coach George Skivington has committed his future to Gloucester Rugby having signed a new long term deal with the Cherry and Whites.

The 39-year-old joined Gloucester in summer 2020 as head coach and is now coming to the end of his second full season at the helm at Kingsholm.


ENGLAND RUGBY summer tests against wizards of Aus

england rugby wideEngland will travel to Australia this summer to play the Wallabies in a trio of Test matches.

The first game will take place at the Optus Stadium, Perth on Saturday July 2.


EXETER CHIEFS delighted international Santi staying

Santiago Grondona says he’s excited to be part of the future of the Exeter Chiefs after he put pen to paper on a new deal with Devon's only Premiership club.

The Argentinian international arrived at Sandy Park back in November on an initial deal until the end of the current campaign. However, his on-field performances have been hugely impressive and its little wonder that Chiefs Director of Rugby, Rob Baxter, has moved swiftly to tie down the future of the 23-year-old forward.


EXETER CHIEFS sign Cheetahs powerhouse forward

Exeter Chiefs have added a third new face for next season with the acquisition of powerhouse South African forward Aidon Davis.

The 27-year-old follows Leinster duo Jack Dunne and Rory O’Loughlin in sealing a move to Sandy Park, arriving in Devon from the Bloemfontein-based Cheetahs.


EXETER CHIEFS Work in progress... but Hepher positive

Gallagher Premiership logoNobody said it would be easy, but Exeter Chiefs head coach Ali Hepher believes short-term pain will ultimately lead to long-term gain.

Unlike recent years where Devon’s finest have often led the way at the top of the Premiership standings, this term they find themselves with work to do over this second half of the season.


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