James Hudson

Nine Gloucester players have signed new deals at the club
Tuesday 2nd April 09:28

Gloucester have confirmed nine members of the current squad have signed new contracts.

Hudson: It's in our hands
Friday 4th May 15:44

Newcastle captain James Hudson is pleased the club's Premiership future is in their own hands ahead of the pivotal clash with Wasps.

Duo commit to Falcons
Friday 4th February 10:11

Newcastle have received a double boost with news James Hudson and Luke Fielden have signed two-year extensions to their contracts.

Hudson to skipper Falcons
Friday 18th June 14:53

Newcastle coach Alan Tait has confirmed lock James Hudson will captain the side following the departure of Carl Hayman.

Hudson joins Falcons
Friday 17th April 08:35

Newcastle Falcons have announced the signing of London Irish forward James Hudson on a two-year deal.

Hudson to quit Bath for Irish
Tuesday 4th April 10:18

James Hudson will leave Bath Rugby at the end of the season to join rivals London Irish.

Bath late-show earns bonus
Saturday 29th October 16:30

Three late tries helped Bath beat Bourgoin 39-12 at the Recreation Ground.

Features

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Good Week/Bad Week: We take a look at the winners and losers from the last seven days

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Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

Michael Lynagh and Nick Evans pay tribute to the Waratahs as they win their first Super Rugby title

A last-minute penalty from fly-half Bernard Foley gave the Waratahs a 33-32 win against the Crusaders who played their part in a scintillating final.

Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

Super Rugby 2014: Top 10 tries

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