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Rugby World

September 2019

Rugby World is the voice of global rugby and the biggest-selling rugby magazine anywhere. Through its team of respected and professional writers, it offers unrivalled access to the players and coaches behind the thrilling clashes that define the sport of international rugby union. The magazine has four editions, one for each of the UK national teams, and delivers a comprehensive monthly package of rugby action, with hundreds of images that capture the excitement and passion that define this high-impact sport..

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what you should be talking about this month

IT WAS unfortunate timing. As July began, women’s soccer was still making positive headlines as their World Cup rushed to its big conclusion over in France. Meanwhile, complaints were being aired about the summer competition between women’s rugby’s top outfits in California. Kiwi broadcaster Scotty Stevenson took to Twitter to vent his frustration, rattling off concerns about San Diego’s Chula Vista centre, the venue for the Super Series between Canada, England, France, New Zealand and the USA. In a thread the presenter said: “The playing field in San Diego? It’s been described as barely fit for a training run. And it’s a training field.” He added: “The changing sheds? A tent with a portable toilet. I can’t actually retype that. I’m shaking my head too much.” He also mentioned that fans had…

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“every team is raising the bar for japan 2019”

WHILE MANY of us are thinking about summer holidays or making the most of the weekend sunshine, rugby’s top players are being put through gruelling regimes to ensure they are in the best shape possible for the World Cup. Every four years coaches come up with new ways to get their team fit and firing, while players raise the bar as they compete for a place in their nation’s 31-man squad for the global showpiece. No one wants to put all the hard work in and then not make the plane to Japan. We got a fantastic insight into Wales’ preparations with an access-all-areas pass to their training camp – find out more on P50-55 – and selection calls are going to be hard for Warren Gatland and the 19 other head…

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your rugby calendar

6th Fancy having dinner with the England squad? Well, Twickenham is hosting a drinks reception followed by a four-course dinner with the full England World Cup training squad this Tuesday in aid of the Try for Change charity. Tickets are available from £298.80 per person. For details and to book, see twickenham stadium.com/ 11th If the Tour de France has inspired you to get on a bike, why not take part in the Doddie5 Ride 2019 in the Scottish Borders on this summer Sunday? The one-day charity ride is in aid of the foundation set up by Doddie Weir (left), starts and finishes at Melrose RFC, and there are three distances you can undertake – 22, 60 or 93 miles – depending on your ability. Visit doddie5-ride.co.uk for more information. 17th Wales…

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the directory

WEEKEND 13-14 JULY 2020 Olympic Qualifying Europe – Men (Colomiers, France) Europe – Women (Kazan, Russia) SAT 13 JULY International Friendly Fiji v Maori All Blacks (Suva) Women’s International Australia v Japan (9am, Newcastle) U20 World Trophy Japan v Uruguay Kenya v Canada Portugal v Brazil Tonga v Hong Kong (São José dos Campos, Brazil) SUN 14 JULY Women’s Super Series England v New Zealand (9pm) France v USA (midnight) (Torero Stadium, San Diego) TV Both live on Sky Sports WED 17 JULY U20 World Trophy Hong Kong v Brazil Japan v Kenya Tonga v Portugal Uruguay v Canads (São José dos Campos, Brazil) FRI 20 JULY Women’s International Australia v Japan (North Sydney Oval) SAT 20 JULY The Rugby Championship South Africa v Australia (4.05pm, Johannesburg) TV Live on Sky Sports Argentina v New Zealand (7.05pm, Buenos Aires) TV Live on Sky Sports International Friendly Maori All Blacks v Fiji (Rotorua) SUN 21 JULY U20 World Trophy Final (São José dos Campos) SAT 27 JULY The Rugby Championship New Zealand v…

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2019 world cup fixtures

POOL STAGES FRI 20 SEP Japan v Russia (Pool A, 11.45am, Tokyo) SAT 21 SEP Australia v Fiji (Pool D, 5.45am, Sapporo) France v Argentina (Pool C, 8.15am, Tokyo) New Zealand v South Africa (Pool B, 10.45am, Yokohama) SUN 22 SEP Italy v Namibia (Pool B, 6.15am, Osaka) Ireland v Scotland (Pool A, 8.45am, Yokohama) England v Tonga (Pool C, 11.15am, Sapporo) MON 23 SEP Wales v Georgia (Pool D, 11.15am, Toyota) TUE 24 SEP Russia v Samoa (Pool A, 11.15am, Kumagaya) WED 25 SEP Fiji v Uruguay (Pool D, 6.15am, Kamaishi) THU 26 SEP Italy v Canada (Pool B, 8.45am, Fukuoka) England v USA (Pool C, 11.45am, Kobe) SAT 28 SEP Argentina v Tonga (Pool C, 5.45am, Osaka) Japan v Ireland (Pool A, 8.15am, Shizuoka) South Africa v Namibia (Pool B, 10.45am, Toyota) SUN 29 SEP Georgia v Uruguay (Pool D, 6.15am, Kumagaya) Australia v Wales (Pool D, 8.45am, Tokyo) MON 30 SEP Scotland v Samoa (Pool…

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“in florence last year i had a bit of a panic attack in a lift”

What’s the funniest thing you’ve seen on the pitch? When Benetton played the Scarlets away, George Clancy was the referee. He said something to one of our props, something like “work on your bind”. But our prop doesn’t understand any English so he just went up to him, said he was sorry and tried to hug him! Who are the jokers in the team? With Benetton, Ian McKinley loves pranking guys, hiding their shoes in the gym, etc. He’s a good laugh. And with the national team me and Jake Polledri are partners in crime, always winding up people. Any pranks that you can share? One day one of the conditioning coaches had some hurdles out by the side of the field and one of our wings ran straight into them, just off…

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