Sale Sharks

Some Young Players at Sale You Haven’t Heard Of…Yet

One of the major plus points that came out of the trials and tribulations of last season was the ‘blooding’ of several young players due to injuries and lack of form. And so the likes of Tommy Taylor, Ross Harrison, Henry Thomas and Will Cliff were all immersed into the speed and physicality that is Premiership rugby. It is, therefore, …

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The Power of 3

So the other week after a couple of pints me and a few friends took to debating just what it takes to make a truly successful rugby team. At first there was the usual debate of money vs. commitment, facilities, coaching, etc but when it came down to the actual players we found ourselves pondering an interesting concept. As you …

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Have We Finally Got Our Sale Back?

Sale 19 Bath 13 Remember when Sale were any good? I mean really good. When we had a pack that could dominate and a set of backs that would delight. When we ruled the breakdown and teams were scared of travelling up to the North West. The answer? The Championship year of 2006. Through a combination of player and staff …

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What A Difference A Year Makes…

This time last year, Sale Sharks were 4 games in with no wins.This year, totally different story. After 4 games they are sitting pretty with 9 points (it took them 4 months to get that last season). Defence is better and the will is there. Season so far… Gloucester 16- Sale Sharks 22 Sale Sharks 14- Newcastle Falcons 15 Sale …

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4 Points Make for a Happy Videographer

Watching your team win is always a great feeling. After a incredibly long first half and tense last 20 minutes, Sale Sharks sealed a victory over London Wasps. 4 points. I’m a happy videographer. After capturing some happy players on the pitch, off to the press room I go. I set up to get the views from Steve Diamond. Then off to the …

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Could Danny Cipriani Be Sale’s Leading Man?

After enduring a season that most Sale fans will wish to rapidly confine to the history books things started off a little differently this year. An unexpected victory down in Kingsholm on the opening day of the season saw Sale topple much fancied Gloucester in what was considered by many to be the shock of the round. Unfortunately the positivity …

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#RugbyRising Finalists – The Premierships Most Exciting Young Talent

With two round of the Aviva Premiership already down and teams starting to find their feet in the new Premiership season we thought now would be the perfect time to unveil our #RugbyRising finalists. Throughout the off-season we have unveiled club-by-club a list of the young talent within each time at let the fans vote for who they think has …

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Wood you believe it…-Aviva Premiership Week 2

Nick Wood sees the red mist only 73 seconds in. Yarde scores a brace but gets punchy. Tattooed beast Banahan upsets Tigers winning start. It feels like this weekend of Rugby Union will be forever remembered in the Record Books for how many times Referees have delved deep into their pockets. After Bismarck’s unfair dismissal against the imperial All Blacks, the …

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