Die Anfänge von Rugby und seinen Spielregeln sind eng mit der Entstehung von Fußball als Mannschaftssport in England verbunden. Der Ball muss ins. Die Englische Rugby-Union-Nationalmannschaft (englisch England national rugby union team) ist die Nationalmannschaft Englands in der Sportart Rugby. England (Rugby) - Ergebnisse hier findest Du alle Termine und Ergebnisse zu diesem Team.
England - FrankreichRugby Premiership (England) / - Ergebnisse u. Tabelle: alle Paarungen und Termine der Runde. Die Englische Rugby-Union-Nationalmannschaft (englisch England national rugby union team) ist die Nationalmannschaft Englands in der Sportart Rugby. Jonny May. England Senior Men. Gloucester Rugby. Club. Wing. Position.
Rugby England Navigation menu VideoGloucester-Hartpury secure win on the road against Worcester Warriors - Round 7 highlights.
I loved the game, loved playing the way I did and understood that I could get injured in many different ways. Rugby Nerd: France's post-match protestations focused on the performance of the officials, but do they deserve to feel hard done by?
England were made to battle their way past France in the final, while Ireland sealed third place with victory over Scotland.
Much of the sniping at England comes from supporters of other teams and Eddie Jones and his side should pay scant regard to it. England were not particularly convincing in their second final in 13 months, but have progressed over a tough Coach hits out following criticism over side's style of play during their successful Autumn Nations Cup campaign.
I enjoyed the fact that Andrew Brace allowed France to compete, with the script not fitting pre-match expectations. The fanfare of the climax and smiles of relief should not mask the work that England must attend to ahead of the Six Nations.
Telegraph Sport runs the rule over the teams in action at Twickenham where France's youngsters pushed England to the wire.
We urge you to turn off your ad blocker for The Telegraph website so that you can continue to access our quality content in the future. Visit our adblocking instructions page.
We needed no encouragement to hide concussion, that was the culture — but we did not know the damage we were doing My heart goes out to Thommo and anyone who is now suffering but I would do it all again, even knowing what we know now.
Will Greenwood 10 Dec , am. It is chilling to think of the damage done to sporting heroes for our entertainment. Oliver Brown 9 Dec , pm.
Wasps hooker Alfie Barbeary has been given his first England call-up after being included in the man squad for Sunday's Autumn Nations Cup final against France.
France will be without a number of their top players for the Autumn Nations Cup final against England after coach Fabien Galthie confirmed he would not be seeking to change a rule that allows players to compete in just three international games.
England did just about enough to subdue a spirited but limited Wales with a victory in Llanelli on Saturday. Wales handed a rare start to scrum-half Lloyd Williams and kept flanker James Botham in their lineup as they named their team to face England in the Autumn Nations Cup in Llanelli on Saturday.
Jonny May scored twice, including one of the all-time great individual Twickenham tries, as a dominant England overwhelmed an inexperienced Ireland on Saturday to make it two wins out of two in the Nations Cup.
England flanker Jack Willis got a close-up view of how coach Eddie Jones operates on Tuesday when, days after scoring a try on debut in a win over Georgia, the Premiership player of the year was omitted from a man squad.
It took days from start to finish to crown the Six Nations champions. A local board of health was established in Rugby in , to provide the town with necessary infrastructure for its growth, such as paved roads, street lighting, clean drinking water and sewerage, this was converted into an urban district council in Rugby's status was upgraded to that of a municipal borough in , and its boundaries were expanded to incorporate the formerly separate villages of Bilton , Hillmorton , Brownsover and Newbold-on-Avon which have become suburbs of the town.
In the postwar years, Rugby became well served by the motorway network, with the M1 and M6 merging close to the town. Rugby is most famous for the invention of rugby football , which is played throughout the world.
The invention of the game is credited to William Webb Ellis a Rugby School pupil, who according to legend, broke the existing rules of football by picking up the ball and running with it at match played in Although there is little evidence to support this story, the school is credited with codifying and popularising the sport.
In , three Rugby School pupils produced the first written rules of the "Rugby style of game". Rugby School is one of England's oldest and most prestigious public schools , and was the setting of Thomas Hughes 's semi-autobiographical masterpiece Tom Brown's Schooldays published in Hughes later set up a colony in America for the younger sons of the English gentry, who could not inherit under the laws of primogeniture, naming the town Rugby.
The town of Rugby, Tennessee still exists. Rugby is a birthplace of the jet engine. In April Frank Whittle built and tested the world's first prototype jet engine at the British Thomson-Houston BTH works in Rugby, and during —41 based himself at Brownsover Hall on the outskirts, where he designed and developed early prototype engines.
Much of his work was carried out at nearby Lutterworth. Whittle is commemorated in Rugby by a modern sculpture near the town hall dating from , made by Stephen Broadbent.
For this he later received the Nobel Prize in Physics in In the 19th century, Rugby became famous for its once important railway junction which was the setting for Charles Dickens 's story Mugby Junction.
The modern town of Rugby is an amalgamation of the original town with the former villages of Bilton , Hillmorton , Brownsover and Newbold-on-Avon which were incorporated into Rugby in when the town became a borough ,   all except Brownsover still have their former village centres.
Rugby also includes the areas of New Bilton , Overslade , Hillside and the partially constructed Houlton housing development. The town centre is mostly Victorian and early 20th century, however a few much older buildings survive, along with some more modern developments.
Rugby was described by Nikolaus Pevsner as 'Butterfieldtown'  due to the number of buildings designed by William Butterfield in the 19th century, including much of Rugby School and the extension of St Andrew's Church.
The main shopping area in Rugby is in the streets around the Clock Tower, two of which — High Street and Sheep Street — were pedestrianised in the s.
These centred on what is now the Clock Tower, which was built in on the site of an ancient cross. These streets still form the core of the town centre.
In the Victorian and Edwardian eras several more shopping streets were added in order to cater for the growing town, including Albert Street and Regent Street, the latter of which was built in , and was intended to be Rugby's main shopping street, although it never achieved this goal.
In recent years several out-of-town retail centres have opened and expanded to the north of the town, including: Elliots Field Retail Park, Junction 1 Retail Park and Technology Drive.
The county boundary between Warwickshire, Northamptonshire and Leicestershire to the east of Rugby is defined by the A5 road the former Watling Street around 3 miles 4.
The three counties meet at Dow Bridge ; the point where the A5 road crosses the River Avon, forming a tripoint. To the south-east of Rugby the county boundary with Northamptonshire is defined by the Rains Brook.
At the census , there were 70, residents in Rugby in 30, households, and the median age of Rugby residents was In terms of ethnicity: .
From until Rugby was a constituency in itself, a status it regained in Rugby historically has been one of the Midlands' most marginal seats.
From until Rugby was a marginal seat which changed hands between the Conservative and Liberal parties. From until , the prominent Conservative David Margesson was Rugby's MP, his resignation triggered the Rugby by-election which was won by an independent trade unionist William Brown , who retained the seat until losing it to James Johnson of the Labour Party in From until Rugby was a Labour-Conservative marginal, with the Labour Party holding it for the majority of that period.
In Rugby was joined with Kenilworth to become part of the parliamentary constituency of Rugby and Kenilworth. At the general election Jeremy Wright regained the seat for the Conservatives.
Following the recommendations of the Boundary Commission for England , Warwickshire was allocated a sixth parliamentary seat.
In the general election, the existing Rugby and Kenilworth constituency was abolished and split in two. A new Rugby constituency was created, and a new constituency of Kenilworth and Southam formed to the south of Rugby, and as a result the town regained its pre status of returning its own member of parliament, albeit with the addition of the Bulkington Ward from Nuneaton.
Jeremy Wright chose to stand for Kenilworth and Southam in the general election and was successful. Rugby is administered by two local authorities : Rugby Borough Council which covers Rugby and its surrounding countryside, and Warwickshire County Council.
The two authorities are responsible for different aspects of local government. Rugby is an unparished area and so does not have its own town council.
The Borough of Rugby was created in its current form in , with the first elections held in , since then, Rugby Borough Council has spent the majority of its time under no overall control, but since it has been controlled by the Conservative Party see Rugby Borough Council elections.
Rugby Town Hall pictured was built between and by J. The second one dated from and was for many years used as a Marks and Spencer shop.
Ambulance services are covered by the West Midlands Ambulance Service. The local hospital in Rugby is the Hospital of St.
The largest general purpose venue in Rugby is the Benn Hall which opened in as part of the town hall complex,  Rugby has two theatres , a professional theatre the Macready Theatre , and the amateur Rugby Theatre , both in the town centre.
The building also houses the World Rugby Hall of Fame as well as the town's library. Since Rugby has held the annual Rugby Festival of Culture, which lasts for two or three weeks in June and July, and includes a wide-ranging program of music, theatre, arts and crafts and comedy.
The poet Rupert Brooke was born and raised in Rugby, and he is commemorated in the town by a statue in Regent Place.
In the s the influential rock band Spacemen 3 was formed in Rugby by the local musicians Jason Pierce and Pete Kember. There are two large urban parks in the town centre, one is Caldecott Park alongside the town hall,  and on the edge of the town centre is the Whitehall Recreation Ground.
Rugby has an indoor leisure centre , the Queen's Diamond Jubilee Centre which opened in , replacing the older Ken Marriott Leisure Centre , it is run by GLL a charitable social enterprise on behalf of the local council.
For most of the 20th Century manufacturing was the largest employer in Rugby. Harlequins bring in De Carpentier. Sale boss Diamond leaves after 10 years.
Full-back Stokes rejoins London Irish. England beat France in dramatic final. Sale snuff out London Irish for second win.