Played on a flat surface, half the size of a conventional sports field, O2 Touch is “the game taking the world by storm”.
Much was made of Durham's varsity clash against Loughborough, but the Palatinates failed to live up to the occasion.
Ahead of the Autumn Internationals, Will Maddock looks at what could be in store for each of the home nations.
After the Wales coach announced he would not manage the British and Irish Lions again, James Beringer asks what legacy Gatland leaves behind.
After their impressive season opener against Bath, Deputy Sport Editor Ollie Godden reports on DURFC's Rosslyn Park encounter against Exeter.
Like the Six Nations, the annual DURFC charity-inspired season opener comes around one time each year, and, like the Six Nations, this year’s spectacle provided its usual dose of raucousness and unpredictability both on and off the pitch.
With two fixtures played in the Bledisloe Cup so far, Sam Martin analyses why the Wallabies have fallen so far behind the All Blacks in rugby.