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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At the beginning of a new week, we look a shocking dose of double bad luck and World Rugby’s latest own goal

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, reports on a shocking double dose of bad luck for a young back rower and says World Rugby have made a rick of their own in having a crack at Glenn Newman. Alex Rieder is a 26-year-old back row player with Wasps who has...

Today we talk about the burning question of “was it or wasn’t it” plus we acknowledge rugby’s latest tribute to some real heroes

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, predicts a long-running controversy has only just started after events at Twickenham on Saturday and recognises rugby’s latest tribute to real heroes. Go on....which way did you vote in the mysterious case of the Try...

On a freezing Monday morning, let’s start with a Six Nations round-up followed by a warning on the latest Kiwi plan for world domination

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, rounds up the first weekend of the Six Nations, expects it all to kick off before round two and warns of the latest New Zealand plan for world domination. One week into the Six Nations and already there are a load of...

Slightly later than usual, we take stock of the injury lists playing havoc with international selections and observe how the Six Nations mind games are beginning

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, has a look at the injuries disrupting the plans of the international coaches and watches the Six Nations mind games start. At last week’s launch of the Six Nations it was a bit like being transported back into the...

This Monday morning we salute professional pride and ponder the concept of the succession of Eddie Jones

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, salutes rugby’s professionals for putting it in when they have nothing to gain and ponders the Eddie Jones succession story. This column has always had a slightly jaundiced view of rugby’s values. They are mostly just...

Today we look at a revolution on Tyneside and also the fear that Wales might just have a genius in their midst

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, has a look at a revolution in Newcastle to shut up one of his pals and worries that Wales might have a genius in their midst. One of RugbySpy’s oldest mates decamped and moved up north, from London, a few years ago and...

With the festive season firmly behind us, let’s talk about Eddie Jones’ view of the Dylan Hartley saga and the return of Big Billy

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, reports how Eddie Jones had the last word once again over the Dylan Hartley saga and keeps his fingers crossed for Big Billy. The Christmas decorations came down last weekend to signal the end of the festive season and...

As the decorations get packed away we talk about the crazy goings-on over the Channel and applaud the New Year’s Honours list

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, wonders what a French legend thinks of the nonsense going on the other side of the Channel and applauds the New Year’s Honours. Jean-Pierre Rives was 65 on New Year’s Eve and, for those of a certain age, the blond...

Having demolished the turkey, we look at the awards we think should be handed out for rugby in 2017

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, dishes out this year’s awards some good, some bad and some downright ridiculous. Drum roll please............ Coach of the Year – Dead heat this one between Rob Baxter, the old school gaffer of Exeter, and the...

With Christmas approaching we mourn the passing of great TV and look at how one of the good guys is getting on

Adam Hathaway, rugby correspondent of The People, remembers the days when a great show used to remember rugby and observes one of the good guys in his newish job. Back in the day if RugbySpy had gone back to RugbySpy Towers via Dublin and Coventry, on this weekend in...