UPS & DOWNS Taunton promoted to National League One

rfu logoThe Rugby Football Union has confirmed final 2019-20 league positions, promotions and relegations following the enforced premature conclusion of the rugby season in England as a result of COVID-19.

Taunton Titans are confirmed as National Two South champions and along with runaway National Two North champions Caldy will play in National League One next season.


RUGBY UNION virus-hit league season terminated

england rugby1RFU CEO Bill Sweeney has confirmed the end of the 2019/20 season for all league, cup and county rugby in England with the exception of the Gallagher Premiership.

The RFU is in active discussions with the Premiership.


SW RUGBY Premier clubs in European Cup action

Gallagher Premiership logoThe West's Gallagher Premiership Rugby teams are back in European action this coming weekend with the penultimate round of Heineken Champions Cup group-stage action covered on BT Sport and Channel 4.
It kicks off tonight at the Recreation Ground where Bath Rugby will be aiming for their first European win of the season against domestic rivals Harlequins in front of the BT Sport 2 cameras. Kick off 1945.


PREMIERSHIP PREVIEW Tight at top as 2020 kicks off

Gallagher Premiership logoExeter Chiefs ended 2019 top of the Gallagher Premiership Rugby pile but in the first round of the New Year it is anyone’s guess which four teams will contest the semi-finals in June.

Chiefs are top by a point from Northampton Saints while third placed Gloucester Rugby and eighth placed Harlequins are separated by a single point.


Chiefs return to summit with 14-7 win over Saracens

exeter ChiefslogoExeter Chiefs returned to the Premiership summit with a hard-fought 14-7 home win over arch rivals Saracens.

Northampton topped the table on 23 points following a 33-26 home win over third placed Gloucester on Saturday but Chiefs egded past the Saints by a point following victory in front of a record 13,593 at sold out Sandy Park.


Camborne seek Boxing Day cupset repeat against Reds

Over 1,000 Cornish rugby fans are expected to descend on Camborne's Recreation ground for the eagerly-anticipated Boxing Day derby between the Cherry & Whites and arch rivals Redruth (1430ko).

The annual holiday derby game between Camborne and Redruth is believed to be the longest enduring consecutive club fixture in world rugby.


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