Latest issue – Spring 2022 issue

This issue focuses on player welfare, club funding and marketing & communication for rugby clubs. We have articles that look at the work World Rugby is doing regarding player welfare, the RFU’s suggested improvements for the second tier in English rugby and a community-centric approach to rugby club marketing.

In this issue we also see how companies like Greene King and Honda are putting together initiatives to help fund and educate rugby clubs at the grassroots level.

Sheffield Tigers are the featured club for this issue, they tell us the story of their club which is now its 90th year and what plans they have for the future. And, as always, the Spring 2022 issue brings you the latest news from various rugby clubs up and down the country.


Feature Focus:

Rotting from the core?

A look at whether the RFU should be held responsible for the decreasing participation numbers in rugby..

Latest news:

Northampton Saints commit to United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework

Northampton Saints has announced that the Club is joining the United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework. The UN Sports for Climate Action Framework aims to promote action on the climate in the sports sector through leadership, collaboration and ambition – this includes measuring, reducing, and reporting greenhouse gas emissions, and using sport as a means to drive … Continue reading Northampton Saints commit to United Nations Sports for Climate Action Framework