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Man City may be on the brink of Premier League glory – and on the cusp of going out of the Champions League – but there is still much to play for and plenty for pubs to show before the season ends.
A pub that is based yards from where William Webb Ellis picked up a ball and ran has been named the top rugby pub in Britain.
All of Fuller's pubs will become stations for people to fill up their empty water bottles for free.
With the rugby season reaching a thrilling climax, which pub can claim to be the best in the country for fans of the game?
I recently found myself in a pub drawn to a big screen showing Spurs playing Arsenal.
This weekend could put a strain on your pint-pulling muscles.
Not only is it St Patrick's Day on Saturday but the weekend is dominated by sport with the FA Cup quarter-finals taking place and the final round of the Six Nations as well.
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In the not too distant past watching sport in the pub largely meant groups of men heading out to watch other men compete. But the landscape is changing.
Pub footballers are once again being given the chance to emulate their Premier League heroes.
Love never goes out of fashion, but the way we find it is changing. The pub used to be the place where romances would begin. Can it be again?