Scrum.com - Rugby News, Rugby Results, Rugby Action from Scrum, the best Rugby Football site in the World
We take pride in producing the highest quality news from our team of reporters and editors in more than a dozen countries as well as leading news and picture agencies.
Similarly, our results service is second to none, as we cover all major domestic and international rugby all over the world.
Regular columnists include some of rugby's most respected commentators and players, including John Taylor and John Inverdale. We also run player sites for six leading international players and their fans.
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- United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland W12 8EN
- +44 1442 843 050
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