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England 7s lose out to New Zealand in RWC Final 2018
England have lost the World Cup Sevens Championship final after they were beaten 12-33 by New Zealand in San Francisco.
England 7s Fixtures for Rugby World Cup Sevens
Rugby World Cup Sevens 2018 in San Francisco will see new standards in sevens fan-engagement thanks to an exciting programme of innovations announced by World Rugby. Reflecting a sport that has attracted a fan-base of 33 million in the USA, the Rugby World Cup Sevens fan-engagement strategy aims to bring fans closer to the action in stadia, at home and on the move, serving both avid fans and rugby first-timers. With rugby sevens a proven driver of fan growth, and the recently-concluded men’s and women’s HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series attracting over 100 million video views, San Francisco 2018 will be the most content-focused, digital-first global rugby event of the year, and will feature:
Bill Beaumont hails the WRU20s Championship as the best yet
World Rugby chairman Bill Beaumont believes that the World Rugby U20 Championship 2018 will be remembered as the best yet as the international federation announced record-breaking broadcast, attendance and digital media figures.
England Team to take on South Africa 2nd Test 2018
England head coach Eddie Jones has named his team to play South Africa in the second Test in Bloemfontein on Saturday 16 June (kick off 16:05 BST, live on Sky Sports Action & Main Event). There are two changes to the starting XV that played on Saturday with Brad Shields (Hurricanes/Wasps) making his first England start at blindside flanker and Joe Launchbury (Wasps) coming in for Nick Isiekwe (Saracens), having recovered from his calf injury. Danny Cipriani (Wasps) is named as a finisher replacing Piers Francis (Northampton Saints) on the bench. Cipriani’s last cap for England came against France ahead of the Rugby World Cup in 2015.
South Africa 42 v 39 England 2018 1s Test
South Africa fought back from 24-3 down to seal a 42-39 victory over England in a thrilling first Test at Ellis Park Stadium. England really threw that game away and if it had not been for a penalty in the first half it could have been a draw. But they will learn from this
England Team to face South Africa 1st Test 2018
England head coach Eddie Jones has named his team to play South Africa in the first Test at Ellis Park, Johannesburg on Saturday 9 June (kick off 1605 BST), live on Sky Sports Action & Main Event.
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