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You always want to get more people to the match," a Premiership Rugby spokesman said.
2017/18 British & Irish Cup Pools Pool A: Bedford Blues, Munster A, Nottingham, Ospreys Premiership Select Pool B: Bristol Rugby, Cardiff Blues Premiership Select, Doncaster, Leinster A Pool C: Dragons Premiership Select, London Scottish, Yorkshire Carnegie, Jersey Reds Pool D: Connacht Eagles, Rotherham, Richmond, Ealing Trailfinders Pool E: Cornish Pirates, Hartpury, Scarlets Premiership Select, Ulster A.
The Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup has seen nearly 68,000 children take part to date nationwide and continues to provide opportunities for U11 and U12 players to play, develop and excel in the game.
It is so good Premiership Rugby clubs run these types of events - I am sure there will be some of the next generation of Newcastle Falcons' players on show.
Sunday, March 20: Ladbrokes Premiership - Dundee United v Dundee (BT Sport, 12.
The Under-12s worked so hard at the Land Rover Premiership Rugby Cup.
I think this is a real boost for the Welsh Regions - I've watched the Premiership Rugby 7s over the last few seasons and it's a very good series that pulls in the crowds.
These included not having primacy of tenure at their nominated Premiership ground - Oxford United's 12,500-capacity Kassam Stadium, where the second leg against Pirates will take place.
Harlequins have been the Premiership pacesetters for most of the season, playing an exciting brand of rugby with a squad boasting the largest English representation of any in the league.
The chances of that fixture happening appear to have receded over the last two months - but there is a strong desire within Premiership Rugby, the clubs' umbrella body, to take their showpiece final to the nor th.
Aviva, an insurance company, will also join Premiership Rugby in injecting significant investment into community programmes.
Holders Leicester take on Saracens for the right to be crowned Guinness Premiership champions for the 2009/2010 season.