Newbury Blues coach James McAvoy is confident his side can compete with the league’s most physical sides despite a bruising defeat at Winchester.
Newbury Blues Ladies battled to a first win of their Women’s Championship South season, beating local rivals Reading Abbey 24-5 on their own turf.
Three penalties from skipper Dan Thorne, including a match-winning 74th minute kick, helped Newbury Blues edge past in-form London Irish Wild Geese.
A number of tactical changes, including switching Toby Thorne to full-back, paid dividends as Newbury Blues beat London Irish Wild Geese on Saturday.
Newbury Blues head coach James McAvoy was impressed with how his side responded to last week’s defeat to Guildford in Saturday’s win over Salisbury.
Olly Cunningham scored a hat-trick as a young Thatcham side won their first home game of the season, beating Slough 36-28 in a thrilling contest.
Ollie Hassell-Collins is set to make his debut for Premiership giants Leicester Tigers following his summer switch from liquidated London Irish.
Newbury Blues head coach James McAvoy insists he’s taking positives from his side’s second half showing despite a bruising defeat to Farnham.
Newbury Blues made it two Regional 2 South Central wins from two with a 13-45 victory over Wimborne.
Newbury Blues started their new season with an emphatic 30-0 win over local rivals Reading at Monks Lane.
Talented centre Will Joseph, who first played rugby at Newbury, has signed for two-time Premiership champions Harlequins.
Newbury Blues head coach James McAvoy is hoping his side can build on last term’s strong finish ahead of the new season.
Newbury Blues captain Dan Thorne is hoping his side can kick on from last season’s strong finish and challenge towards the top end of the table.
Newbury Blues are back in training and head coach James McAvoy is optimistic ahead of his second season in charge.
Cara Brincat reflects on a tumultuous campaign that saw Worcester Warriors face liquidation at Christmas but achieve a record Premiership finish.