Eddie Jones on South Africa's strong 2018 03:44
Ahead of a crucial Autumn International period, England head coach Eddie Jones previews his team's clashes with South Africa, Japan, Australia and New Zealand. With the Rugby World Cup fast..
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Former England footballer and current Match Of The Day pundit Jermaine Jenas surprises London school children by joining their morning one mile challenge.
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England ready for Amputee World Cup 03:47
James Cooper speaks to members of the Men’s England Amputee football team as they prepare to fly out to Mexico to compete in the World Cup, where they are among the favourites to lift the trophy
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The Last Amateur Tour | World Rugby Films 25:56
With the professional era imminent, a group of English players including six future Rugby World Cup winners set out on the tour of a lifetime to East Africa. This is the story of the Last Amateur..
Credit: World Rugby - Published on September 21, 2018
UK enjoys faster growth after World Cup and weather boost 01:41
Britain's economy grew at its fastest pace in almost a year durign the three months to July, boosted by stronger consumer spending due to the World Cup and warm weather. As Pascale Davies..
Credit: Business Video Online - Published on September 10, 2018
Is The Indian Team Playing More Cricket Than Others? 02:05
The Indian cricket team after playing the final Test match in England will travel for the Asia Cup in Dubai. Right after the conclusion of the Asia Cup, the team will host West Indies for 2 Test..
Credit: nnis Sports English - Published on September 10, 2018
Jonjo Shelvey gives up on England call-up and insists he could have been key at the World Cup Jonjo Shelvey has admitted he has given up hope of earning an England call-up and believes he could have been the difference in the World Cup semi-final defeat... MailOnline 1 week ago - Sports Also reported by • BBC News
JERMAINE JENAS: Hugo Lloris has let Tottenham down too many times JERMAINE JENAS: He’s meant to be one of Mauricio Pochettino’s main men, his captain. But he’s let him down too many times. This started before the World... MailOnline 6 days ago - Sports
Scunthorpe police officer has sights set on World Cup place after starring for national rugby team PC Jack Snowden is aiming to earn a place in the England squad at next year's Police Rugby World Cup after scoring 11 points in a victory over the England Fire... Grimsby Telegraph 2 hours ago - UK IND vs WI: Rohit Sharma says no player is guaranteed a World Cup spot yet India's Rohit Sharma Monday said the 81-ball 100 by Ambati Rayudu will remove any doubts that he is the ideal number four in the run-up to next year's World Cup... DNA 4 days ago - Front Page Also reported by • BBC Sport