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CANTERBURY REVEAL EVERYTHING YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT THE START OF THE RUGBY SEASON After a summer dominated by the British & Irish Lions tour of New Zealand and England’s triumphant series win in Argentina, clubs, players, and fans once again turn their attention to the start of the Aviva Premiership. But who will come out on top? Which clubs have put in the pre-season hours? Who is still recovering from their summer efforts? And when will your team face their toughest test? To help answer those questions and more, rugby experts Canterbury have compiled the Ultimate Guide to the Season, giving fans an expert insight into the highs-and-lows they can expect over the next 9 months. By utilising historic match and performance data, Canterbury has been able to predict some of the seasons key talking points before a ball has been kicked, including which team is most likely to win their season opener, who the slow and fast starters are and which games you should be plotting in your diary if you’re looking for high-scoring entertainment. If you prefer those vital stats in black and white we
With 113 years of rugby apparel expertise, Canterbury has again pushed the boundaries of innovation in the new England Rugby 2017 – 18 home kit unveiled today. The kit will be worn for the first time by the men’s and women’s senior teams in the 2017 Old Mutual Wealth Series. A unique feature of the new kit available for fans is a commemorative plaque, each of which carries an exclusive number, pa
England Home Jersey
Detail of the new England Rugby Jersey
Who saw that coming? The experts predicted a New Zealand series win, the romantics hoped for a British & Irish Lions win and… well nobody actually, predicted a series draw.A pulsating Third and final Test in Auckland finished 15 points apiece bringi
Immortality beckons for the British & Irish Lions. Head Coach Warren has selected an unchanged 23-man squad for tomorrow’s decider against New Zealand. The series is level at 1-1 as we return to Eden Park for what has been described as one of the Lions’ biggest games in their illustrious 129 year history. Alun Wyn Jones will win cap number nine for the British & Irish Lions, more than any other p
An animal is at its most dangerous when cornered. Hunted, wounded but not yet defeated, the Lion waits to strike. With a swing of Owen Farrell’s boot, the British & Irish Lions delivered a killer blow to the All Blacks’ hopes of claiming a series win in Wellington. In a game packed with drama and controversy, the Lions levelled the three-game series 1-1 setting up a decider in Auckland next Saturday. The biggest talking point from the Second Test was the red card shown to New Zealand centre, Sonny Bill Williams for a challenge deemed dangerous and illegal by French official, Jerome Garces. The popular number 12 struck winger Anthony Watson in the head with his shoulder, having failed to wrap his arms appropriately in the tackle. Garces deemed the offence serious enough to brandish Williams with New Zealand’s first red card for 50 years, leaving the All Blacks to play with 14 men for the rest of the game. The Lions struggled to make their numerical advantage count until the final 20 mi
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