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Sam Cross has played for Ebbw Vale and Newport RFC Wales and Great Britain sevens player Sam Cross has a chance to impress in rugby’s 15-a-side version on Friday. The 2016 Rio Olympics silver medallist is on the bench in Ospreys’ pre-season game at Leicester. Cross is a forward in...

Sam Cross has played for Ebbw Vale and Newport RFC Wales and Great Britain sevens player Sam Cross has a chance to impress in rugby’s 15-a-side version on Friday. The 2016 Rio Olympics silver medallist is on the bench in Ospreys’ pre-season game at Leicester. Cross is a forward in...

At Rio 2016, Fijian Apisai Domolailai tackles Sam Cross of Great Britain in the rugby sevens final at Deodoro, won by Fiji

The Olympic Games 2016 by Tom Jenkins

At Rio Fijian Apisai Domolailai tackles Sam Cross of Great Britain in the rugby sevens final at Deodoro, won by Fiji

Sam Cross takes on Semi Kunatani.

Sam Cross takes on Semi Kunatani.

League star Sam Burgess linked with cross code switch - http://rugbycollege.co.uk/rugby-league/league-star-sam-burgess-linked-with-cross-code-switch/

League star Sam Burgess linked with cross code switch - Rugby College

England misfit Sam Burgess has decided he wants a cross code return back to rugby league

Burgess wants OUT... Bath star wants league return in Australia

Burgess wants OUT. Bath star wants league return in Australia

Wedgie at the Canada Rugby 7's in Vancouver BC

Wedgie at the Canada Rugby in Vancouver, BC

Mabe (variant: La Vabe, Cornish: Lannvab) is a village and civil parish in Cornwall. The village is situated one mile (1.6 km) west of Penryn.  Mabe parish is bounded by Stithians and St. Gluvias to the north, Budock to the east, Mawnan and Constantine to the south and Wendron to the west. Mabe parish is twinned with the Breton town of Primelin.  The parish lies at the eastern edge of the Carnmenellis Granite intrusion. It is surrounded by several working and closed quarries. The Argal and…

Mabe (variant: La Vabe, Cornish: Lannvab) is a village and civil parish in Cornwall. The village is situated one mile (1.6 km) west of Penryn. Mabe parish is bounded by Stithians and St. Gluvias to the north, Budock to the east, Mawnan and Constantine to the south and Wendron to the west. Mabe parish is twinned with the Breton town of Primelin. The parish lies at the eastern edge of the Carnmenellis Granite intrusion. It is surrounded by several working and closed quarries. The Argal and…

Sam Tomkins during a white balance check before a live TV cross to Frontline

Sam Tomkins during a white balance check before a live TV cross to Frontline

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