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TL;DR: Watch all the Autumn Nations Cup games this weekend for free with Prime Video. Prime Video has the rights to a bunch of Autumn Nations Cup fixtures in November and December, and you can watch all the action for free this weekend. If you are n...

TL;DR: Watch all the Autumn Nations Cup games in November and December for free with Prime Video. Live international Rugby Union is coming to Prime Video in November and December, and you can watch the action for free. If you are not already a Prime...

TL;DR: Subscribe to Amazon Prime to watch all the Autumn Nations Cup games in November and December.   We know that November and December are all about shopping and saving, but if you can pull yourself away for just a moment, you might be inter...

I, like many others, have long called for international eligibility rules to be tightened up.And close to the top of my hitlist is the regulation that allows a player to play for the country of birth of one grandparent, which I’ve always thought to...

There follows a quite wonderfully eloquent, challenging and thought-provoking Facebook post from a black rugby player giving his own perspective on racism in rugby.I really hope the author does not mind me re-posting it here (I will of course remove...

"In the end, we will remember not the words of our enemies, but the silence of our friends." ~ Martin Luther King Jr.I don't usually comment on anything but rugby and so far I have refrained from commenting on the horrific death of George Floyd...

So, World Rugby has now approved various optional domestic law trials designed to reduce the risk of Covid-19 transmission and allow professional rugby to be played more safely.It is not quite the “Rugby, but not as we know it” that I had first e...