Rugby may refer to:

  • Rugby (automobile), made by Durant Motors
  • Rugby Ralph Lauren, a brand from Ralph Lauren
  • Baron Rugby of Rugby in the County of Warwickshire, a title in the British peerage
  • Rugby, second movement of Movements Symphoniqus by Arthur Honegger
  • Rugby Cement, a former UK PLC, now a subsidiary of Cemex

Other articles related to "rugby":

Newry - Sport - Rugby Union
... Newry RFC(also known as Newry Rugby Club, Newry RFU or Newry) is an Irish amateur rugby union club, founded in 1925 ... The club is a member of the Irish Rugby Football Union's Ulster branch ...
David Watkins (rugby) - Captain and Coach of Great Britain Rugby League
... Watkins played six international rugby league matches against New Zealand, Australia and France and both captained and coached Great Britain and Wales at ...
David Watkins (rugby)
... David Watkins MBE (born 5 March 1942 in Blaina, Wales) is a Welsh former dual-code rugby international, having played both rugby union and rugby league football for both codes' national teams ... He is the only player to have captained both the British and Irish Lions rugby union side and the Great Britain rugby league teams ...
Rugby, Warwickshire - Twin Towns
... Rugby is twinned with Évreux, France ... Rüsselsheim, Germany ...
The Rugby Championship
... The Rugby Championship (until 2011 The Tri Nations) is an international rugby union competition contested annually by Australia, New Zealand, South Africa and from 2012, Argentina ... by the governing bodies of the Australian Rugby Union, the New Zealand Rugby Union and the South African Rugby Union ... and between them have won six out of the seven Rugby World Cups, in addition to maintaining positive win records against all competitors of the Six Nations Championship ...