Sri Lanka Rugby 2017

Following Sri Lankan Rugby ‘from the ground up’

World Rugby follow Sri Lanka on their journey through Asia’s Division 1. They go up against arguably Asia’s best side, Malaysia as they look to climb up the ranks of Asian Rugby and cement Rugby as a major sport in the country. Like any other Rugby nation, they have a dream of qualifying for the Rugby World Cup. For such …

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Warburton says he can feel the momentum building ahead of the Lions tour

The British and Irish Lions tour is edging ever closer, and captain Sam Warburton has said that the 41 man squad can feel momentum building ahead of the tour. In this video from the British and Irish Lions press, the Welshman speaks about the Lions gelling well since they began their training. This has helped Gatland’s boys in getting aspects of …

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USA 7’s quality comeback in Vegas

    the USA 7’s team made a quality come back last weekend in Vegas when they played Argentina in the Quarter Finals of the series. From 19-0 down, they had it all to do, but they proved their world class ability and came back to snatch the victory. The Blitzboks won the tournament whilst the USA finished third when …

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Throwback to one of Rugby’s more surprising knockouts

    We are throwing it back to the 1999 World Cup here as we look at one of the worst knock outs in Rugby. Tongan prop Ngalu Tau was sent off for this running punch on England flanker Richard Hill after a poor mid air collision by Isileli Tapueluelu on Matt Perry, which then led to this scuffle just after. A …

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Awful dive in Rugby’s worst fight ever

    Thankfully, simulation isn’t something we see much of in Rugby. Here, a  player thought it would be a good idea to start a ‘fight’, and end it with the worst dive ever. For a second there I thought Ronaldo had switched his flashy boots in for an amateur Rugby spot!  

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