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What a great occasion Rugby World Cup 2015 has been. Despite England’s below-par performance there has been some great rugby and the excitement around the tournament will no doubt have driven a new audience to come and enjoy all the thrills and spills of live rugby.

Anyone who does fancy watching some live Aviva Premiership rugby can do so by going to the official Premiership website where they’re running a First Timers campaign, Be Part of It, to offer free tickets to first-time rugby attendees.

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Reports: Sam Burgess leaves Bath with immediate effect

Burgess has left union with hopes of returning to league.

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Sam Burgess has left Bath with immediate effect and is thought to have agreed a deal to move back to rugby league with the South Sydney Rabbitohs after growing disillusioned with life in union.

Stuart Lancaster included Burgess in the England squad which went out of their home World Cup in the group stages.

He was given time off by Bath coach Mike Ford after the disastrous World Cup campaign and has now played his last game of rugby union.

The news comes less than 24 hours after Bath owner Bruce Craig stated that Burgess would be seeing out the remainder of his contract.

Gopperth banned for three weeks for Tait incident

Jimmy Gopperth lines up a kick.

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Wasps fly-half Jimmy Gopperth has been punished with a three-week ban after pleading guilty to striking Leicester's Mathew Tait last weekend.

Gopperth was sent to the sin-bin in the second half after colliding with Tigers back Tait in mid-air as they attempted to catch a kick.

Armitage 'insulted' by England stars supporting his World Cup exclusion

Steffon Armitage has branded England stars supporting his World Cup exclusion as "pretty insulting".

Toulon flanker Armitage joined Nick Abendanon in criticising Tom Youngs and Tom Wood for suggesting a U-turn on England's policy of not selecting overseas-based stars could have proved divisive at the World Cup.

England vowed only to select overseas-based stars in "exceptional circumstances".

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