About Murderball Rugby 2014
The Murderball Rugby Tournament and The Murder Ball are two events organised by friends of Paul Barker a 34 year old South African rugby player who lost his leg due to a rugby accident followed by a rare form of cancer. The Murderball Tournament is a one day competition held at St Mary's University College in Twickenham and The Murder Ball is a fantastic Black Tie Dinner and Dance with guest speakers including England Captain Chris Robshaw. The money raised will go towards a new left leg for Paul Barker and will also fund the London and Leicester rugby wheelchair clubs. Next year the events will be owned and ran by the clubs as a way of generating steady income each year for their clubs to buy new chairs and pay for travel and insurance costs.

Let’s talk about Paul…

Let’s talk about Paul
Due to the nature of competitive rugby, players often think about the immediate present, the game at the weekend, the captain’s team run, or where the boys are going for beers afterwards. But right now, with the Six Nations in full flow, coupled with great uncertainty over the future of the European Cup, it seems the rugby world is starting to look at the bigger picture. I’ve been lucky enough to play in the National Leagues and Championship for a fair few years now, and in that time… View More
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