Rugbyspy Ibiza 10’s 2018

We are pleased to announce the RugbySpy Ibiza 10’s will be held in our new home in Santa Eulalia on the Spanish island of Ibiza from the 1st – 3rd of June 2018.

This 3-day rugby spectacle enjoyed its most successful year in 2017 and promises to be even bigger in 2018!

The 2018 tournament will feature two distinct Mens competitions for both Elite and Open teams, a Womens Open event, as well as a Vets tournament with a total prize pool of €12,000.

Register your team fast! Places are filling up for 2018.

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On a wintery Monday we ask if a fresh pair of eyes are needed at Northampton and raise a glass to the tenacity of the travelling Bath fans

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of the People, wonders if a fresh pair of eyes are needed at Northampton and raises a glass of red to all long-suffering, and long-travelling, Bath fans. Imagine you are in a maths exam. Please give us the next number in this...

Today we look how South African rugby is causing a severe case of deja vu and wish a legend of the game a very Happy Birthday.

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, gets déjà vu looking at South African rugby and says Happy Birthday to a legend. Before kick-off at the Ricoh Arena on Saturday there were two games on the goggle boxes and laptops in the press room. One was confirming...

After a big weekend of rugby, let’s talk about the Scot who has put the spark back into Scotland and reveal that Eddie Jones is still not a happy man.

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The Sunday Mirror and People, reports on a Scot who has put the spark back into Scotland and reveals that Eddie Jones is still not happy. At Twickenham on Saturday, before the England game against Samoa kicked off, a few of us...

This week we look at the the murky world of rugby politics and bid farewell to one of England’s unluckiest players

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, examines another mucky episode in rugby politics and says farewell to one of England’s unluckiest players. A couple of weeks ago we praised World Rugby for the way they conducted the process of picking a recommended...

After a weekend of International rugby we discuss the forward pass law and review a decent read by a former Wales player.

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, urges the suits to have a look at the forward pass law after rugby was made to look stupid again and reviews a tell-all autobiography from a former Wales full-back. If you were one of the 81,683 people who paid between...

Lets raise a glass to some old school rugby values and how World Rugby has done the right thing

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, raises a glass to the Barbarians and their old school preparation and says even though World Rugby has done the right thing – other people might not. There were 62,546 people at Twickenham on Saturday to witness the...

On a cold Monday morning we talk about buying Jim Mallinder a beer or two and wonder just what Television Match Officials do?

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People is ready to stand Jim Mallinder a round after his statement this week and wonders why we bother having Television Match Officials at games. It is with great regret that RugbySpy has to inform its followers of an...

Today we report back from a pretty eventful weekend in Clermont and reveal that yes, that’s right, you do have to warm up before you play rugby

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, reports back from an eventful weekend in Clermont, on and off the field, and reveals, not-so-exclusively, that you have to warm up before you play rugby...... Dylan Hartley divides opinion and on Saturday he was at it...

After a busy weekend of rugby we talk about a Fijian superman and pay tribute to a Cornish great

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, marvels at a Fijian super man who starred as the Champions Cup kicked off and pays tribute to a Cornish great. European rugby is amongst us again and if anyone fancies a team other than Saracens to win the Champions...

Today we’re talking about the Emperor’s new clothes and how common-sense appears to be breaking out in Wales

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, has a look at the spin over England’s latest high-performance kit and says common sense might be breaking out in Wales. The phrase marginal gains has been buzzing around sport for donkey’s and some of them work – but...