A Fragrance As Unique As the Game Itself.
Since its inception the Royall Lyme brand of fragrances has had close ties to the beloved sport of Rugby, and, through its Royall Rugby brand, is currently involved in the sponsorship of several teams and events at the grassroots as well as the international level.
In 1960, when Royall Lyme was introduced at Brooks Brothers New York, it was an unqualified smash hit. The fragrance is still sold there today, of course, along with Royall's other fragrances which also capture the essence of Bermuda: Royall Spyce, Royall Bay Rhum and Royall Muske. The Royall Mandarin fragrance joined the other successful family scents in 2001 followed by Royall Vetiver in 2006 and finally Royall Rugby in 2011.
Royall Rugby from Royall Lyme Bermuda is a truly refreshing fragrance - exotic, dry wood, geranium, black currant, rugged notes of patchouli and vetiver, and suede - for the gentleman who is as comfortable in the boardroom as on the beach, who is as comfortable in the classroom as on the field.
Rhino Rugby USA
Rhino is one of the leading rugby brands in the world and has become part of the very fabric of the game itself. Rhino is currently Official Supplier of scrummaging machines, contact and training equipment to England Rugby, the Welsh Rugby Union, Bath, London Wasps, Cardiff Blues and St Helens Rugby League Club. We fulfilled the same role for the British & Irish Lions to South Africa in 2009 in addition to supplying the official tour ball. We are also Official Suppliers to the Womens Rugby World Cup 2010.
The Rhino Pure Rugby onfield teamwear brand has recently been worn in the Heineken Cup by Northampton Saints, Edinburgh and the Llanelli Scarlets in addition to many clubs and schools.
Having been based for over 25 years in Devon, Rhino was subject to a Management Buy In led by current England Manager Martin Johnson, and CEO Reg Clark in late 2006 and is now located in Chiswick, West London. Our values – toughness, reliability, integrity, heritage and team spirit – are those of the game of rugby itself.
UR7s is looking to develop the rugby 7s Olympians of tomorrow at Academies across the UK and around the world. Working with the very best coaches with international rugby 7s experience, young players aged 13-18 get an insight into the game that they cannot get anywhere else. With all eyes on the Olympics in Rio (2016) and Tokyo (2020), the Academy gives students a chance to understand what it takes to play rugby 7s at the highest level and put them on that path to success. With all of the skills learnt in the Academy being wholly transferable to the XV aside game, the Academy is for students of all sizes, positions and ages looking to improve as young rugby players.
UR7s will be hosting its fourth global residential Academy at incredible facilities in London in July 2017 with players from all over the world attending to work with some of the best coaches. Looking at all aspects of the game both on and off the field and in the gym, the Global Academy gives players an idea of what being 'in camp' would be like with international sides with all aspects of the coaching personalized to the individual player. UR7s Academy is currently putting a package together for young aspiring rugby players from the USA to attend the program.
The Rugger’s Edge understands the current landscape of USA Collegiate rugby and provides honest and trustworthy advice to families. Owner and Founder, Karen, is the trusted advisor for the USA Rugby High School All-American Program, the Northern California Youth Rugby Association and many youth rugby clubs nationwide. The Rugger’s Edge has been active in the USA Rugby community for over 15 years and its reputation as sincere and knowledgeable advisors are second to none. We have intimate knowledge of how athletic recruiting applies to college admission and with that in mind, will work hard to understand your child’s goals, your family’s needs and offer sound advice to meet all those aspects.
Northeast Rugby Olympic Development Academy
The Northeast Rugby ODA has been sanctioned by USA Rugby as the official Academy in the Northeast USA and a designated pathway to USA Eagles selection. The purpose of the ODA is to identify, develop and prepare Sevens rugby players with the intention of placing ambitious athletes onto the USA Men’s National team and the 2016 USA Olympic team. The ODA will provide athletes with top level coaching, physical preparation, and playing competition to accelerate their personal development as Sevens players in line with current USA Eagles High Performance criteria.
The Halfback Academy develops the specialized technical, tactical, mental, and leadership skills necessary to play scrumhalf and flyhalf at the highest level possible. In short, the HBA’s goal is to develop America’s next elite halfbacks and the coaches that coach them.
Whether in group settings or on an individual basis, the Halfback Academy trains boys and girls of all ages to set them on the path to high performance rugby success. HBA members have included current USA Eagle Shaun Davies and USA U20 standouts Zach Webber and Calvin Whiting.