Twickenham


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Twickenham

a former town in SE England, on the River Thames: part of the Greater London borough of Richmond-upon-Thames since 1965; contains the English Rugby Football Union ground
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Even the best friend I have in the world, our excellent friend over yonder,' said Doyce, nodding towards Twickenham, 'extends a sort of protection to me, don't you know, as a man not quite able to take care of himself?
And while some of Northern under-11s' Twickenham experience will start and end next Saturday, World Cup winner Lewis Moody (pictured) is adamant the occasion will continue to have a positive effect on their lives.
A LIMITED number of tickets are still available for the big game today, but anyone not making the trip to Twickenham can catch the game live on BT Sport One.
The financial implications the Rugby Football Union could suffer for moving England matches away from Twickenham to raise the sport's profile in the country outweighs the potential benefits of northern tests, RFU chairman Andy Cosslett has said.
AFTER meeting Rugby World Cup winners Martin Johnson and Lewis Moody at Twickenham, Northern RFC coach Ian Wardle admits his under-11 and under-12s sides will not forget their Aviva Premiership Final experience in a hurry.
The 19-10 victory over France maintained Wales' unbeaten record this year and Warburton turned his attention to the Twickenham tie.
And an even more daunting stat for Gatland and Co to chew on was the last time Wales drew their opening match and went on to lift the Five Nations Championship title was way back in 1964 after a 6-6 stalemate with England at Twickenham.
NFL heads to Twickenham TWICKENHAM will stage NFL matches from next year.
RUGBY UNION: Tom Wood admitted to a sense of relief after England opened the prelude to their World Cup with a 19-14 victory over France at Twickenham on Saturday.
TWICKENHAM has been chosen to host the inaugural final of the European Rugby Champions Cup on May 2, European Professional Club Rugby has announced.
Asked to recall his first England v Wales game at Twickenham, head coach Lancaster revealed: "I never got to Twickenham as a kid or a young man - I couldn't get a ticket.
Concerns have been raised that supporters travelling from outside the south east will struggle to attend the three Pool A games being staged at TwicKenham.