RFU Touchline Magazine – May 2016 Edition
May Touchline sees records broken by James Rodwell as he captains England Sevens, Mark Cueto becoming the ambassador for the World Rugby U20 Championships in Manchester where tickets are still available and changes at the RFU.
Also, read about the preparations being put in place for Age Grade Rugby in the latest Education Supplement.
Rob Andrew Leaving RFU
Rob Andrew will leave his role as RFU Director of Professional Rugby at the end of the current season, after resigning from his position.
Rob will continue to work on the latest agreement with Premiership Rugby, before being replaced by USA Rugby CEO Nigel Melville.
Twickenham's Public Memorial
A century after England Rugby captain Ronnie Poulton Palmer was killed by a sniper bullet at Ypres, Twickenham Stadium has unveiled its first public memorial to all in the rugby family who have died serving their country.
Prince Harry Joins Injured
Prince Harry joined nine IPF clients as neurological specialists, Hobbs Rehabilitation, demonstrated rehabilitation techniques.
Thanks to the IPF, injured players are staying active, returning to employment and living a full family life.