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  1. Stadiums and Sport Arenas
    Discussion and posts on bids, news and developments toward the Rugby World Cup 2027.
  2. The Lunar Society
    Getting close to the start of Rugby World Cup 2015. It starts on Friday 18th September 2015. Villa Park will be hosting two games during "Super September", the weekend of 26th and 27th September 2015. South Africa v Samoa - Pool B Saturday 26th September 2015. Kick off 16:45 Australia v...
  3. The Sports Club
    For all RWC 2015 news, photos, discussion etc....and POLL! First game: England vs Fiji @ Twickenham (Sept 18) Final: Oct 31st Rugby World Cup Pool Standings Rugby World Cup Fixtures List Pool A: Australia England Wales Fiji Uruguay Pool B: South Africa Samoa Japan Scotland USA Pool C...
  4. Stadiums and Sport Arenas
    I create this thread to post the images of the new rugby stadiums that are under construction
  5. The Sports Club
    2014 thread for all related rugby union news.... Super Rugby starts in a couple of weeks. I've also added a Super Rugby 2014 poll.
  6. The Sports Club
    Time to get geared up for the 2013 season. Bit of a different setup for the schedule this year because of the British & Irish Lions tour. There will be two weekends where ONLY Australian teams play - including the first round on the Feb 15/16. This is so they can have a bye during the tour...
  7. Newcastle Metro Area
    St James' Park could host Rugby World Cup 2015 Evening Chronicle, October 9th 2012 TOON fans at St James’ Park may have to swap chants of Blaydon Races for the Flower of Scotland, if the city hosts Rugby World Cup games. Both the Newcastle United ground and Sunderland’s Stadium of Light have...
  8. Irish Architecture Forum
    The bid seems to be gathering pace Let's keep this thread to track progress.:)
  9. Irish Architecture Forum
    IRISH RUGBY I thought it would be good to have a thread about Irish rugby. Its one of the things Ireland is good at. Irish rugby is at a high today as Leinster, Munster and Ulster have made it to the knock out stages of the Heineken Cup and an Irish team could go all the way and win it. Plus...
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