Enjoy screenings of the final three games of this year’s NatWest 6 Nations at Sandy Park, with match day punditry from members of the Exeter Chiefs playing squad and coaching staff. Guests will enjoy three world-class games of rugby and listen to pre and post match analysis from our panel of experts plus the chance to with Chiefs prizes in our sweepstake competitions. Doors open at 11:30am and a hot lunch is included with your ticket.
Business Profiles by Sampson Hall has launched a new online mental toughness test for individuals and businesses around the world.
Sampson Hall created the test working alongside Sir Clive Woodward, England’s Rugby World Cup-winning coach, and Team GB’s Director of Sport at the Beijing, Vancouver and London 2012 Olympic Games, who has spent over a decade working with individuals in business and sport developing his DNA of a Champion model.
Rugby clubs across England and Wales are benefiting from the legacy of Rugby World Cup 2015 through the distribution of equipment used during the Tournament.
Working closely with the RFU and WRU to ensure that as many clubs as possible are benefiting, 392 clubs in England and 45 clubs in Wales were offered equipment that was used at the venues, ranging from tables and chairs to fencing, lockers and bar furniture.
With less than a month to go until Rugby World Cup 2015 kicks-off in England and Cardiff, fans are being warned to only buy from official sources after the discovery of counterfeit Rugby World Cup 2015 tickets in circulation.
The City of London Police are working with Tournament Organisers, England Rugby 2015, and Tournament Owners, Rugby World Cup Limited, to carry out a full investigation to help ensure that fans are made aware. An image of one of the counterfeit tickets can be downloaded here.
England Rugby 2015 has launched its travel demand campaign to help fans, residents and local businesses beat the Rugby crowds during Rugby World Cup 2015, which takes place from September 18 to October 31.
With 4.3 million extra journeys expected across the 44 days of the biggest event to be hosted in the UK since the Olympics, the transport networks in and around the Host Cities will be busier than normal. Transport arrangements for all of the 13nues will be different to typical match days, with some changes and increased services.