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New Zealand rugby hero Dan Carter kicked off MasterCard’s Worldwide Partnership with Rugby World Cup 2015 in central London today. To celebrate the partnership the world’s leading points scorer and MasterCard ambassador fine-tuned his kicking on the River Thames by kicking at London’s biggest set of rugby posts, Tower Bridge.

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SARU

Take The Three meets ... Mike Catt and Graham Rowntree (Part 2)

As a partner of the RFU, QBE is working with England Rugby to help develop coaching of the game at grassroots level. The QBE Coaching Club… 1,783 more words

International Rugby

Rugby Heaven Dan Carter: New Zealand fly-half reveals Jonny Wilkinson’s impact on his career

Dan Carter has described how Jonny Wilkinson – “the ultimate professional” – inspired him to climb to the summit of world rugby.

The 100-cap New Zealand fly-half admitted that the England World Cup winner set new standards on and off the pitch, which motivated rivals, such as Carter, to strive to emulate Wilkinson’s extraordinary work ethic. 305 more words

Rugby

Jonny Wilkinson

Jonny Wilkinson was a member of the England National Rugby Team and is regarded as one of the worlds best rugby players.

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Volunteer recruitment for 2015 Rugby World Cup

England will host the Rugby World Cup next year! The organising committee has already started volunteer recruitment for this international event. The volunteer programme is called ‘The Pack’. 117 more words

Recruitment

13% higher chance of caesarean birth in private than public hospitals

Assisted birth 25 percent more likely in private hospital

Mothers who give birth in a private hospital are 48 percent more likely  to have a caesarean delivery than mothers in public hospitals. 492 more words

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Join the Pack - volunteer at Rugby Union World Cup 2015

Staff and students at colleges and universities across the UK have one week to apply to ‘Join the Pack’ by volunteering at the Rugby Union World Cup 2015 before the… 143 more words

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