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England: Autumn rugby review

November 30, 2014
WvBCdrAitch

Sometimes in sport you have to rely on another team to get a result that makes your day better, and conversely it goes without saying that regardless of your own actions there can be a disappointment even with a win if that sort of situation doesn’t go your way. Yesterday the English rugby union side managed to finally beat a top southern hemisphere outfit after trying for a few weeks […]

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England v Australia, 29/11/14

November 28, 2014
SLancaster

So far, so bad for the English Rugby Union team and their increasingly confused-looking boss Stuart Lancaster, at least in terms of recent times. He has sat in the stand wondering if he’s left the oven on as his side lost to weak New Zealand and South African sides in recent weeks and then saw his team struggle to subdue Samoa, and now comes a test against the Aussies that […]

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Rugby: Learn from the best

November 24, 2014
OwenFarrellM+MD

So, this weekend there were world titles decided and momentous results in the world of the Barclays Premier League, but in rugby union all remained stable despite the best efforts of New Zealand, and to some extent Wales, to give the waiting public a surprise result. After seeing England throw away a chance to beat an under-strength All Blacks team Wales were handed an even more enticing opportunity against as […]

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RWC 2015 Pre-heated

November 18, 2014
WvBCdrAitch

If we’ve learned anything from the autumn internationals so far it is that the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England might not be the event the fans were hoping for in absolute terms, as several of the potential contenders are well below their peak level and not likely to improve a huge amount in the next ten or so months. There is still hope the addition of Sam Burgess into […]

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England v the Boks, crunch mk 2

November 15, 2014
OwenFarrellM+MD

Today, England take on South Africa at Twickenham knowing that to some extent their reputation and morale is still in the balance despite last week’s home loss to New Zealand, purely because of one man. Dudley Phillips, a qualified international referee and touch judge, gave the All Blacks a penalty in their 24-21 victory over England last weekend that was categorically an incorrect decision, and also went out of his […]

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Rugby World Cup Test no. 1

November 9, 2014
Twickenham

When England play New Zealand in rugby union there are a few things we can be certain will happen. New Zealand will have a couple of reasons to present in case they lose, although always with the caveat that ‘they aren’t making excuses’, we’ll see a lot of white guys doing a Maori war dance as choreographed by Adidas and the match will be attritional. Yesterday at Twickenham was no […]

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