Rugby is one of the most popular sports in the world. However, a few people in the United States saw the sport and even less have played. This can make it difficult to start a rugby club. However, know the right steps to take some of the pitfalls can be avoided.
Will begin recruiting players. Contact rugby programs with local universities to see if they have students who can get in touch. Place flyers and try to get on the radio public service announcements. Go and ask a gym if you can create a table and talk to people in the gym.
Once you have the beginning of a team that wants to get some basic organizational structure. Online and request an employer identification number. While you’re on the line it would be a good idea to create a computer web page that can be used to recruit more players, stating your current players and try to attract sponsors. (More of that in a minute). Also a staff meeting to establish bylaws and elect officers would be appropriate at this time. Continue reading “How to Start a Rugby Club”
The Southern Hemisphere was with the North. Well summarized in one sentence the quarterfinals of the Rugby World Cup 2015. I wanted the chance (or rather, the results of the first phase) that the powers of the southern hemisphere to cross against the powers of the northern hemisphere in the four playoffs, and the result have been overwhelming.
South Africa’s first quarterfinal match was the 23-19 defeat by Wales. It was a tough match, played at a high intensity and gets a point which cost sweat and blood. Thanks to the success of Biggard, Wales became long commanded the scoreboard but in the end the South African comeback was completed with an essay by scrum half Fourie du Preez, jumper with six minutes remaining.
The Springboks will face in the semifinals favorite, New Zealand, in their quarter swept France by 62-13. The All Blacks and XV Del Gallo reedited the World Cup final four years ago but the party does not seem at all to him, in which France had against the ropes New Zealanders. Julian Savea, with three trials, and Dan Carter with seven changes were team leaders of the ocean. Continue reading “Rugby World Cup 2015: well have been the quarterfinals”
The 2015 Rugby World Cup began on Friday September 18. The opening match will be held at Twickenham, where England beat Fiji. The organizers turn to share leadership with Wales, with 5 points each, after their victory over Uruguay by a clear 54-9.
In Group B there was the big surprise of the tournament so far, and that Japan managed to win in South Africa, a selection that will debut in the World Cup against one of the favorites.
The Japanese are placed in head Samoa, who won the United States, both with 4 points, and South Africa gets 2 points, one by having more trials and another for losing by less than 7 points. Continue reading “2015 Rugby World Cup: Round 1 results”
Stuart Lancaster’s side will be quietly confident of achieving success at this year’s tournament and, on home soil, are more than capable of competing with the best teams on the planet. England will be looking to bounce back after narrowly missing out on the Six Nations crown on the final day of the tournament, despite earning a thrilling 55-35 victory over France.
The 2003 Rugby World Cup winners were without key members of their squad for the competition earlier in the year and Stuart Lancaster will have more players to choose from ahead of the upcoming tournament in autumn. We take a look at England’s chances of lifting the trophy on October 31st and give our thoughts on who could stop them. For more rugby union news, odds and information regarding the Rugby World Cup, click here.
England were incredibly disappointed to miss out on their first Six Nations success since 2011 as Ireland earned their second consecutive triumph. Lancaster’s side were well beaten in all departments against the Irish back in March as Johnny Sexton led his team to a 19-9 victory at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin. However, England were without a number of important players and will be much stronger in the World Cup later this year. The likes of David Wilson, Ben Morgan and Owen Farrell were all ruled out through injury and one would imagine all three of these will feature in Lancaster’s squad for the World Cup.
On the other hand, the 2003 winners have struggled with disciplinary problems in the build-up to the tournament and will be without a number of key components for the remainder of 2015. Manu Tuilagi has been ruled out of contention after he was convicted for assaulting two female police officers earlier in the year while Danny Cipriani was arrested on suspicion of drink-driving. Off-field incidents like these can be detrimental for confidence and Lancaster must ensure that his players remain firmly focussed on their on-field performances.
New Zealand are the defending champions and will stand a great chance of retaining their title this year. The All Blacks are arguably the best team in the sport and possess talent all over the field. They have pace and power in abundance and, with Dan Carter in the side, they can exploit defences with his exceptional kicking game – which could cause problems for opposing teams throughout the competition. New Zealand are certainly the team to beat but, with a bit of luck, England will fancy their chances of claiming another famous World Cup title on home soil on 31st October.
Go last day awaits us in this Six Nations 2015 Rugby with three teams tied at the top of the standings. England, Ireland and Wales, in that order, commanding general with three wins and one defeat, a fact that leaves everything open face the Next weekend, when the final winner will be decided.
England solved their match against Scotland (25-13) as expected, but he did it with more trouble than expected. The Scots, last and all the ballots to win the Wooden Spoon, left to rest with the lead (10-13). This circumstance led to the departure of the English waterspout that within minutes turned the result and paved the way for a crucial victory to their ambitions. The Scots fell dignity and had to throw the tie, but England would sentence immediately.
The British therefore not fail, knowing the outcome in the Wales-Ireland, undoubtedly the key meeting of the fourth day. Finally decided to use the balance in favor of Welsh (23-16), who began the clash sweeping and then withstood the attacks of his rival. Continue reading “Six Nations 2015: All to play for in the absence of a day”
This weekend has played the second day of the tournament rugby Six Nations 2015. England and Ireland , two of the three teams that won in the first round, have repeated success and stay ahead of the classification, which you cannot say France. On this second day opened his locker points for Wales.
He did it at home, at Murrayfield, the home of the selection of Scotland, which for now will continue with 0 points in the standings. A Welsh are good at playing on Scottish soil , because not lost since 2006, and this time won by a score of 23-26 . The test Davies 63 minutes was the key moment of the match, as the Welsh escaped the lead for good.
England beat Italy and did so with clarity, as evidenced by the 47-17 marker. Although the Azzurri surprised with an essay in the first minutes, it should be noted that it was a comfortable match for locals , especially the second half ended with a partial 15-10 32- 7 after reflecting the score at the break. Those 30 points difference, also marketed as leading the XV de la Rosa. Continue reading “Six nations 2015 Round 2 Review”
Rugby is a rigorous and full contact sport that requires tremendous physical strength and endurance. Because the rugby season involves training and other activities, the off-season presents the best opportunity for rugby players to improve their physical strength through weight lifting activities and others. Strength training for rugby helps maximize performance and minimize injury. A variety of approaches to strength training, but players must remember that any program take should train like rugby players, rather than as bodybuilders.
Rugby Football Union
The Rugby Football Union or Rugby Union (RFU, for its acronym in English) is the governing body of English rugby. On its website the strength training programs for rugby players of all ages are described, from young adults. Your training program for young players, for example, is designed for use at school, home or a local rugby club and only requires minimal equipment such as a medicine ball and a set of adjustable dumbbells.
RFU programs emphasize developing muscular endurance as well as strength. The weight training exercises in the program advise 30 seconds of rest between sets and increase the number of repetitions as the resistance increases. Continue reading “Strength training for rugby”