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Rugby Championship 2014

August 16, 2014
DCarter

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
DCarter

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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England v New Zealand: 3rd test

June 20, 2014
manu

Two down, one to go, and so far not a single win for England to show over the All Blacks is a fairly succinct summary of the situation in New Zealand, but there is promise about the way England have played that isn’t evident from the raw results. So far six points separate the two sides over the course of 160 minutes of rugby, and if you take New Zealand […]

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England: 2015 in mind

June 15, 2014
BurgessSuit

Although each region of world rugby has its own specific title and trophy that is normally contested on an annual basis the advent of the Rugby World Cup in 1987 forever changed the way teams are built and generations developed, with the top nations always looking to peak in time to become champions of the world. For New Zealand, universally considered the best side in the world for most of […]

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England: Be brave

June 9, 2014
SLancaster

It’s been a while since Stuart Lancaster had any real work to do as England Ruby Union coach, and last weekend was his first taste of the top level since the autumn when his side went South and faced New Zealand in Auckland. Playing the All Blacks anywhere is a very difficult thing to do, but matches in Auckland are second only to Carisbrook’s famous House of Pain for their […]

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Heineken Cup final preview

May 21, 2014
WilkoToulon

The Heineken Cup is one of, if not the biggest club competition in world rugby union, and this weekend the final in Cardiff sees Toulon and Saracens go head-to-head in pursuit of that elusive trophy. For the fans and clubs alike this is a massive, and potentially once in a lifetime opportunity, and with French ‘galacticos’ Toulon having Sebastian Bruno and Jonny Wilkinson playing their last game of professional rugby […]

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