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Super League Grand Final review

October 12, 2014
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If you were looking for sporting truisms, you’d have to admit that some are as unarguable as Vladimir Putin’s concept of democracy or the inherent contradiction in the name of the English Defence League, while others are based in nothing but ignorance and sheepish nostalgia. The old adage about football and rugby being for thugs and gents went out the window a long time ago, while money talking in F1 […]

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Come on Kurtley, sort it out!

October 9, 2014
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Sport loves those cases of the players that are suffused with rare and wonderful talent on the pitch, but who are utterly incapable of living a normal and productive life off it to an extent that often impacts on their playing careers. Some, like Diego Maradona and Garrincha manage to have great success despite their demons, but so often the case is that a special player has their career cut […]

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RWC2015: who will win?

September 30, 2014
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With the ballots for tickets closing this week the hype around the Rugby World Cup 2015 is slowly building now and it seems like the English public are ready to take all the competition has to offer with demand high and almost every game likely to be oversold in terms of pure demand. The players in this drama make up a varied cast, from experienced warriors to explosive madmen and […]

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Rugby Premiership play-off winner odds

September 6, 2014
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The Aviva Premiership Rugby season officially began today with Saracens and Wasps facing off at Twickenham in front of a pretty decent crowd, with a last-minute try from David Strettle settling affairs after what was a thrilling game of rugby union. Strettle, Chris Ashton and company have done fantastically to bounce back from losing the two biggest finals of the season, and started the game with backup fly-half Charlie Hodgson […]

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Rugby Championship 2014

August 16, 2014
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While the English ladies prepare for their Rugby World Cup final tomorrow and the Premier League creaks back into action like a recalcitrant tractor being brought out of winter storage arguably the most exciting international tournament in the world (well, if you like rugby) was getting underway in Sydney, and it was a pretty decent opener the Aussie fans got to see. Admittedly the tries didn’t flow like amber nectar […]

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Sevens sign

July 29, 2014
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Rugby sevens is a fully old game, virtually unique in the way it tests the true fitness, strength and bravery of an athlete in way American Football or Aussie Rules can only dream of, and few team games are as exposed to the crowd either in terms of errors and inspiration, but in recent years the grand old game has taken a few knocks. A combination of shambolic administration in […]

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