Apr 30, 2013
No place for established English players such as Chris Robshaw in squad bound for Hong Kong and Australia. Read Article Jonny Wilkinson not in Sam Warburton-led British and Irish Lions squad
Mar 23, 2013
A 20-12 win in the Dubai Schools Under 18 final ends up being a close one and one of a very 'high standard'. Read Article Sam Bullock shows mettle in Dubai College's precious win over Jumeirah College
Director of rugby thinking of moving clubs despite the emergence of Jebel Ali Dragons. Read Article Chris Davies' heart is at Abu Dhabi Harlequins
Three major factors have contributed to the UAE club side sweeping the board in domestic rugby this season, writes Paul Radley. Read Article Fire in these Jebel Ali Dragons' bellies
Mar 10, 2013
Captain Chris Robshaw concedes their win over Italy in Six Nations match was hard-fought and that there is room for improvement. Read Article England have 'work to do' ahead of Grand Slam meeting with Wales
Jan 24, 2013
Nearly 3,000 youths will gather for a rugby tournament at the Sevens grounds this weekend. Read Article Junior rugby festival kicks off in Dubai
Dec 13, 2012
Zimbabwe field a young side, while UAE feature a number of veterans in their team, writes Paul Radley.
Read Article Youth versus experience as UAE play Zimbabwe in Cup of Nations
The England Rugby Sevens team could learn a few things from Everton about finishing the season strongly. Read Article Toffees example for England's sticky start
UAE and Hong Kong created the event together, but one has pospered more, writes Paul Radley.
Read Article Friends have the benefits in the Cup of Nations
Dec 11, 2012
Veteran prop stars for the hosts as they go down 51-6 to champions Hong Kong. Read Article Cup of Nations: Age proves a beauty in valiant effort by UAE team
Dec 01, 2012
World Cup in Russia at end of season, but New Zealand fear backlash in South Africa from the sides shocked at The Sevens
Read Article Samoa aim to use momentum of the Dubai Sevens win
Ben Ryan, the coach, is unhappy with the failures of the defending champions, writes Paul Radley.
Read Article Shield fails to deflect the disappointments for England at Dubai Sevens
The charity side had won the past six years, but camaradie in the Scottish-based side saw a change at the top, writes Paul Radley. Read Article Xodus steal the win from favourites Christina Noble
Win an invitation for you and a guest for a celebration of all things decadent to be held at Maison Sez in Abu Dhabi on Wednesday, June 26. Win - A night with The National
Most ruling politicians and their supporters in the post-uprising North African states are likely to support Turkish premier Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Arab Spring Islamist leaders support Erdogan
British scientists have discovered a vaccine that creates an immunity to Traveller's Diarrhoea - the global curse with a handful of names, but one certain unpleasant effect. Vaccine set to vanquish Delhi belly
A zoo in Russia is home to a unique animal – the liliger. That's a big cat breed where the father is a lion and the mother is a lion-tiger hybrid, called a liger. In pictures: Lililger cubs in Russia
Revolutionary idea by two Emirati entrepreneurs could help ambitious managers in buying expensive, star players, writes Ali Khaled. No money to buy Messi or Bale? Ask the fans
The Dubai-based graffiti stencil artist Steffi Bow talks about how picking up a spray can five years ago changed her life. Dubai's Steffi Bow is a girl with a graffiti habit
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