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Kings Cross Steelers suffered a heavy 44-14 defeat at home to Chelmsford on the opening day of the London 3 Essex season.

East London ran in 10 tries on their way to a deserved 64-12 win at London Three Essex newcomers Mavericks.

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England are willing to risk starting Saracens' Billy Vunipola throughout the build-up to the World Cup in the belief he is at his most effective when playing regularly.

Kings Cross Steelers director Dean Cutting is looking to adopt a new style of play this season as they look ahead to the Bingham Cup 2020 in Ottawa.

Kings Cross Steelers enjoyed an evening they will never forget at the 2019 Guinness National Rugby Awards after being crowned Male Team of the Year.

England Rugby is inviting women to 'release their inner warrior' and register now for a free place at one of more than 100 'Warrior Camps' taking place up-and-down the country this September.

Saracens new recruit Elliot Daly says England took plenty of positives from their record-breaking 57-17 win over Ireland, writes Ziad Chaudry.

Saracens number eight Billy Vunipola has urged England to stay humble as expectations over their World Cup prospects heightened with Saturday's 57-15 rout of Ireland at Twickenham.

Owen Farrell reflected on England's crushing 57-15 victory over Ireland that saw records tumble at Twickenham by declaring the best is yet to come.

England men's head coach Eddie Jones has confirmed his official 31-man squad to participate in the Rugby World Cup 2019 in Japan beginning next month.

Former England rugby star James Haskell joined the Kings Cross Steelers, the world's first gay and inclusive rugby club, as they took part in their first Pride in London march.

Kings Cross Steelers, the world's first gay and inclusive rugby club, is delighted to be hosting England Rugby in their first Pride in London march on Saturday.

English Cancer Crusaders aim to raise money for City of London police officers touched by cancer

Underdogs East London achieved a deserved 32-29 victory over Romford & Gidea Park to win the Essex Intermediate Cup on Saturday.

Rugby: Holt 31 East London 22

East London secured a 29-10 win over local rivals Ilford Wanderers and go into next week's promotion play-off game off the back of 11 successive victories in all competitions.

East London has its first silverware of 2018/19 after a rousing display by the third XV won them the Merit Table Five plate on Saturday.

East London secured second place in London Three Essex with a 29-17 derby win over Kings Cross Steelers at the Memorial Ground on Friday.

East London became only the second team to beat London Three Essex champions Epping Upper Clapton this season with a tense 22-19 win at West Ham's Memorial Ground on Saturday.

St Mary's Lane club returned to action with a 15-10 success on Saturday

Nelson crowned tag rugby title

Tuesday, March 12, 2019

Nelson pupils shone in the latest Langdon Academy Sport Partnership event as they won the KS5 Year Five/Six Tag mixed rugby competition.

East London moved up to second in London Three Essex division with a convincing 53-17 win over Canvey Island on Saturday.

Kingsford Community School under-14's rugby team came up trumps at the Jason Leonard tournament hosted at Dagenham rugby club.

Essex Intermediate Cup semi-final: Chelmsford 12 East London 13

Six Nations: Ireland 20 England 32

Saturday, February 2, 2019

England stunned reigning Six Nations champions Ireland to take a giant step towards reclaiming their crown with a first win in Dublin for six years.

Kings Cross Steelers continued their very impressive run with a 28-23 win against one time high flyers Barking in their London Three Essex encounter.

Gale Street side went down 28-23 away from home on Saturday

London Three Essex: East London 22 Braintree 19

Gale Street outfit cruised to a 41-20 victory at home to Old Cooperians last weekend

Kings Cross Steelers made it six consecutive victories in the London Three Essex with a 17-10 win over fourth-placed Campion last weekend.

London Three Essex: Maldon 10 East London 29

London Three Essex: East London 26 Barking 5

Cottons Park club won 17-10 at Canvey Island last weekend

Kings Cross Steelers will be looking to make it back-to-back derby victories before heading into the Christmas break.

Eddie Gooby's men lost at home to Kings Cross Steelers last weekend

London Three Essex: East London 3 Kings Cross Steelers 17

Kings Cross Steelers will face a huge derby clash for the Memorial Park bragging rights against East London on Friday evening.

East London secured a losing bonus point from a battling display at London Three Essex leaders Epping Upper Clapton.

Memorial Park club beat divisional rivals Barking in Essex Intermediate Cup last Saturday

Gale Street outfit went down 27-17 on Saturday

Gale Street club won 29-12 at Maldon in London Three Essex last Saturday

Win a chance to train with Saracens

Thursday, November 15, 2018

Gallagher, the proud title partner of Premiership Rugby, has launched a nationwide competition for community rugby clubs to win a training session coached by their local Gallagher Premiership Rugby club.

Kings Cross Steelers will look to bounce back to winning ways in London Three Essex when they travel away to fellow strugglers Canvey Island after a weekend off from action, writes Jacob Ranson.

St Mary's Lane club lost 32-10 on the road at the weekend

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