Where did it all go wrong? – Ireland Vs. New Zealand Round II

Over the past month or so you wouldn’t have been able to have a conversation as a Rugby fan without hearing the words “Ireland and All Blacks”, and two weeks ago Ireland changed that to “IRELAND and All Blacks” as they triumphed in Chicago. But as the Autumn Internationals go on, the second encounter between the two was drawing ever …

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Yamacia Rugby – Making the most and hitting hit hard!

Following on from our previous article on the generous funding going into the Pacific Islands, we are taking a look at a Rugby club based in Fiji, which do things quite differently where they play… Yamacia Rugby train in the hills of Fiji, in more of a ‘traditional’ style than the more known clubs. As money and Rugby are not …

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Location Location – Aviva Premiership Transfers 2016-17

With transfers taking place across the Premiership it is hard to keep up with all the players going in and out of club Rugby in the Prem’, whether it be through retirement, going over seas or just shifting across the Premiership. To save you the man hours and false speculations, we’ve got all your transfer news here, feast your eyes on …

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Round Two – Can Ireland make it 2/2 in Dublin…

  Ireland’s residents are still ecstatic over their victory and are more than up for this weekends face off, making us sure that if Ireland do in fact turn over the All Blacks, there will be havoc across the Island, hopefully outshining the Irish fans’ impressive rowdy show up the other week, which showed us the Irish are as mad …

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Decisions Decisions – Headaches for Eddie Jones

Recently it has been madness the amount of injuries Eddie Jones and the England squad have had to face, but with the starting XV almost back to full fitness things are starting to look up for the side, which is still unbeaten under Eddie’s management. The side are set to face Fiji at the weekend, and Eddie is still trying …

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Can Rugby make it Global – Rugby’s problems with globalisation

Since Rugby has began to rise from the darkness and become a more globally recognised sport, with the likes of the more than successful Rugby World Cup 2015 in England, and not to forget the involvement of the Sevens Rugby in the Rio Olympics, the sport, as any improving establishment does, is having a few teething problems. But not to …

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