Nevin Spence: A Memorial

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The 26th of April marked what would have been Nevin Spence's twenty fifth birthday. The young Ulster player cruelly taken from his family with his father and his brother. His sister only narrowly escaped the horrific events on his family farm in County Down. READ MORE


Barbarians Rugby: 125 Years

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Imagine if you will a cold Yorkshire night. Imagine you are settling down to enjoy a nice evening meal and next to you a group of well spoken gentlemen are talking about rugby. Now imagine its 1890 and the most incredible story has just begun. The Barbarians Rugby Club was formed. This week marks 125 […] READ MORE


MK Dons: Game Management Masterclass

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Tuesday the 7th April, a glorious sun-shining day in Milton Keynes. The first 5 minutes from kick-off were astounding. a cracking followup tap in goal and a penalty by Will Grigg. 2 goals in 5 minutes for MK Dons. At that point, Karl Robinson standing from the touchline changed his tactics. Game Management came into […] READ MORE


Nick Williams: Brilliant or a Liability?

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There are many Rugby Supporters and Organisers that have the same questions in their heads. ‘How do we encourage more children to play?’ ‘How about girls?’ ‘Why has my beer gone up?’ etc etc. I am not a member of a local club, although I love to visit them, and have many friends affiliated to […] READ MORE