Saracens

Last Four Standing

At half-time yesterday all six of my predictions made it look like I knew what I was talking about and I almost tweeted as much. Luckily I didn’t, as the second 40 saw two of them go pear shaped (a bit like some props I know). Still, I’ll settle for 4 out of 6 as it doesn’t make me look …

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Aviva Premiership Try of the Season

The shortlist for this seasons Aviva Premiership try if the season is (you can watch all 6 tries below): Christian Wade v Gloucester Rugby Nick Abendanon v Exeter Chiefs Kelly Brown v Northampton Saints Jamie Elliott v Gloucester Rugby Logo Mulipola v Exeter Chiefs Dean Mumm v Worcester Warriors [adsenseyu1] The shortlist was compiled by a panel of media professionals …

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Season Stand Outs

With Saracens booking a Heineken Cup Final berth against retiring England legend, Jonny Wilkinson’s Toulon, English Rugby Union’s top sides have proven themselves to be amongst Europe’s elite. A season that many couldn’t have predicted, riddled with fan displeasure, refereeing mishaps and general jaw-dropping moments, has once again, been one for the history books. It’s hard to piece together all the bum squeaking, nail …

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Premiership R21 Review – Multiple Guess

Don’t laugh – but I had a pretty good week with my Premiership predictions (why else would I be writing this first thing on Monday?).   In the end I managed 5 ½ out of 6 right. I gave myself the ½ for predicting that Saints would triumph at the Rec. I claim a moral victory for this as Bath …

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Sarries sweating on Vunipola

Saracens hope Mako Vunipola can beat a hamstring tweak to be fit for the Aviva Premiership play-offs and Heineken Cup final. The marauding England prop was withdrawn after just seven minutes of Saracens’ 44-20 Premiership victory over Worcester at Allianz Park. Saracens withdrew the 23-year-old front-rower as a precautionary measure, with more than one eye on their Premiership semi-final in …

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Saracens v Worcester Warriors – A day for the record books

And so we came to the final regular home game of the 2013/14 season for Saracens, a game likely to be condemning Worcester Warriors to the Championship next season.  After one of the performances of the year at Twickenham last week  across any of the competitions this season it was possible that the foot could come off the pedal for …

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Change is Coming-Ryan and Worcester

Change is a hurdle in life that many have to clamber over. For some, change is welcomed with open arms, yet for others, change is a test that regularly isn’t overcome. Sport is continually changing, whether that be through technological progressions, injury research or simply, the changing of coaching or management. In order for teams to maximise their success on …

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