Rugby Issue 9
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Inside Rugby Journal 9…
Exclusive columns from Josh Navidi, Squidge, Russell Earnshaw, Vicky Fleetwood & Tim Cocker
The Game: Bedford v Ampthill
A photographic story of their Boxing Day Championship clash, watched by 5,000 people at Goldington Road
A man of few words, we managed to get the England prop talking on everything from why he and his brother don’t need words to know they’ve got ‘each other’s backs’, to everyone thinking he’s angry or grumpy all the time, to what happened when Billy took his son Jacob to see Peppa Pig the pantomime.
In Santiago, Chile, a country amid social unrest, the first-ever professional rugby team is starting life as the country aims to step out of the shadow of Argentina – with the help of an Uruguayan rugby legend.
In the former stomping ground of Dick Turpin, this Reading club has created a new identity and stormed to the higher reaches of National One in an attempt to steal the National One title. This is how they did it.
The England flanker and our new columnist talks about the impact of losing her mum to cancer, the changing face of the women’s game, naked photoshoots and why she needs to beat New Zealand in a Rugby World Cup final.
We attend the first-ever Wales versus England double-header featuring both men’s and women’s sides – in Harlow, Essex.
Behind the scenes at Cardiff Blues, where the Welsh region has been adapting to everyday life at Cardiff Arms Park since moving from the plush facilities of the Vale of Glamorgan.
The Scotland fly-half on growing up with one of the most famous surnames in Scottish rugby and his mum’s battle with Parkinson’s.
West Park Ladies
We visit the Yorkshire club hoping to gatecrash the elite of women’s club rugby.
Diagnosed with autism in his teenage years, Alex Lambe’s passion for rugby has driven him on to become a level six referee.
The story of the steel town, its rugby club and how, long after the industry died, the Steel Men still fight on every week.
His career ended prematurely and, in his eyes, was a failure. So now, Tom Biggs tells us how he’s looking for his next big thing, starting with the world of bodybuilding.