The Aviva Premiership game between Wasps and Bristol ended with a huge win for the Wasps and by virtue of this win the Wasps team is still unbeaten in this championship this season.
The poor Bristol side had nowhere to hide as they were thrashed by an inform Wasps team with a score line of 70-22 at the Ricoh Arena. This was one of the most convincing wins that wasps team has had this season.
The team has plans for developing a training center in their home ground of Coventry City Academy.
There are plans for developing a training center that would be worth seven million in pounds. However there have come by some objections to the plans. The funding is being considered for the Alan Edward Higgs center. The objections are for the plan applications that have been received. The plans are to redevelop a portion of the site that is used by the Academy of Coventry City. The club that belongs to the Premiership has plans to launch a training center along with the Coventry City Council.
The Coventry City Council has found itself in the midst of another controversy over its deal for the Ricoh Arena with the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Wasps RUFC following the publication of the club’s latest account, which has revealed debts of nearly £ 22 million.
Fortunes are rising for the Wasps both off and on the pitch as they moved to the Ricoh Arena the previous year.
Most would have thought that the giants would not have been able to wake up from the deep slumber had it not been a rising gain in their fortunes. The status which the Wasps are trying to attain is plausible.
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club player Owen Williams has refused to divulge any detail about whether he had actually spoken to Warren Gatland, the coach of the Wales Rugby Team about his future with the national team after putting pen to paper on a new contract with the record Aviva Premiership champions.
Williams did admit that the adrenaline rush of walking out on to the field in front of 20,000 fans screaming their lungs out was too good a rush to throw away and it was the main reason for him signing a contract with the club.
The Wasps Rugby Club has reported that they are expecting a crowd of around 27000 spectators in the first game they play in home grounds on Sunday in Coventry. The Premiership team has finally announced that they are moving to the Ricoh Arena from High Wycombe in October.
The attendance of the people wanting to see the match is going to be a record according to the Wasps. Even though the move was controversial, many of the High Wycombe-based fans have commented that they understand the reason behind the move.