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Lovell Rugby Interviews England 7s Dan Norton (In association with Mizuno)

Since his 7s debut in Wellington back in 2009, Dan Norton hasn’t taken his foot off the gas. The England flyer has racked up an incredible 164 tries to date, placing him fifth in the all time try scorers table for the Sevens World Series. During the 2012/13 … Continue reading

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Ben Ryan to Leave England Sevens Role

England Sevens Head Coach, Ben Ryan, today announced he would be stepping down after six years in charge of the national team. Still young in terms of coaching, the 41 year old led England to third overall in the HSBC Sevens World Series on three occasions in … Continue reading

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England Rugby Sevens Round-Up

New Zealand may have already been crowned Sevens World Series Champions the previous weekend but there was still plenty to play for as Rugby HQ staged the final round of this years tournament. Going into the competition and there was the honour of finishing runners-up to fight … Continue reading

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Scotland Rugby Sevens Round-Up

Having only needed to reach the semi-finals, a feat New Zealand had achieved in every round of Sevens Rugby already this season, the men in black were always going to be overwhelming favourites to retain their World Sevens title going into the penultimate round of the 2013 competition.     … Continue reading

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Lovell Rugby Interview England Sevens Hooker/Centre Jeff Williams

With only two rounds of the HSBC Sevens World Series to play, England will be looking to put in some strong performances in order to get themselves up the final standings by the time the series come to a close at Twickenham on the 12th of May. … Continue reading

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New England 7s 2013/14 Rugby Shirts Unveiled

When Canterbury took over the design responsibilities for the England rugby kits, their first release was met with mixed reactions, although in all honesty it is difficult to move away from the iconic white tone which is a rich part of English rugby heritage. Clearly though the Canterbury designers … Continue reading