eru unofficial web site

eru unofficial web site

Post by Tony Elso » Tue, 11 Nov 1997 04:00:00


Can anyone give the web address for the ERU or RFU unofficial web site
(if anyone has been there).

Has links to the Brit papers etc and all the tours and local
competitions.

Unfortunately, I lost all my registry settings and bookmards etc when my
machine fell over (just for a change).

cheers

 
 
 

eru unofficial web site

Post by John Willia » Tue, 11 Nov 1997 04:00:00

On Mon, 10 Nov 1997 15:41:22 +1300, Tony Elson

Quote:

>Can anyone give the web address for the ERU or RFU unofficial web site
>(if anyone has been there).

>Has links to the Brit papers etc and all the tours and local
>competitions.

>Unfortunately, I lost all my registry settings and bookmards etc when my
>machine fell over (just for a change).

I've never bothered with the official ERFU page if one in fact even
exists.

I'm sure you know about Rugby News Today - essential reading for world
rugby!

http://www.rugbynews.com/

Two good pages for English rugby are:

http://www.geocities.com/Colosseum/Field/8385/

An unofficial site I'm impressed with for major competitions, and for

http://www.sporting-life.com/rugby/news/

Then there's the English press:
http://www.telegraph.co.uk:80/ [I think]
Electronic Telegraph

http://www.the-times.co.uk:80/news/pages/Times/frontpage.html
The Times

http://www.independent.co.uk/
The Independent

Best journalist in my opinion is The Times's David Hands. The
Guardian's Robert Armstrong is good too, but I don't think they have a
sports web-page. Get the sick bag ready if you read Ackford.

All the best

John Williams.

 
 
 

eru unofficial web site

Post by Tony Elso » Thu, 13 Nov 1997 04:00:00

Quote:

> All the best

Cheers John . The site I referred to does exist.  Its page was all green.
Good links to articles in the Times and Telegraph (such as Ackford - such an
amusing fellow at times - at others he can be quite good).

cheers

Quote:
> John Williams.