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Twickenham run-out raises over £15,000 for injured rugby players

A combined veterans’ team from Newcastle and newly promoted Trentham were pipped at the post by a Parliamentary rugby squad, led by Newcastle-under-Lyme MP Paul Farrelly, this week in a hard-fought encounter at Twickenham stadium.

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London Marathon 2014 Pictures

See how the 22 members of Team Rugby Runners got on around the streets of London!

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My Eyes! Ed Gough's London Marathon Story

Ed broke his leg playing for Shelford Rugby Club. Complications resulted in Ed collapsing and losing his vision. After support from the IPF Ed is now taking on a massive challenge!

This is Ed's story of why he is taking on the London Marathon for the second year running in support of the IPF.

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Chris Sigsworth's Marathon Challenge

Chris Sigsworth, RDO for Birmingham, will be pounding the streets of London on Sunday 13 April to help his mate Ben.

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Injured Players Foundation to benefit from rugby book sales

 

The RFU Injured Players Foundation (IPF) is to benefit from the sales of a book that takes a humorous look at grassroots rugby.

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Share your Bromance to win a VIP Legends Experience!

 

Do you think your mate deserves a VIP experience? With a month until Valentine’s Day, we want to see your funny Bromance pictures to win a VIP experience to the England v Ireland Rugby Legends match on Friday Feb 21st at Twickenham Stoop.

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IPF Rugby Runners Day

The RFU Injured Players Foundation Rugby Runners day 2014 was a fantastic success over the weekend with 80 participants in attendance. The day was opened up to all Princes Forum charity runners, with 14 charities represented it was a great opportunity for all the marathon runners to join forces, share tips and take in as much information before their last few months of training.

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3 Pints Club – Camino to Santiago Trek

Simon Barugh, a long term IPF fundraiser has just completed a remarkable 300km trek through Spain. The trek was called ‘Camino de Santiago Primitivo’ which means the Prime/first path to Santiago. The trek started in the Spanish city of Oviedo and after 12 days of relentless trekking these endurance warriors arrived in the beautiful city of Santiago de Compestelo.

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VIDEO: England Legends to face the might of the Irish at Twickenham Stoop

VIDEO: England and Ireland Legends clash once more to raise funds for seriously injured rugby players.

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QBE International Summary

 

The QBE Autumn international period has been a very busy but successful time of the year for the RFU Injured Players Foundation.

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