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Emirates Dubai 7s set to open crucial 2022 season in style
Emirates Dubai 7s set to open crucial 2022 season in style

The Sevens Stadium is set to open the crucial 2022 HSBC Sevens Series season in style. The Emirates Dubai 7s begins on November 26, with two rounds hosted in Dubai, ahead of an important season for all rugby sevens. A ‘hotly anticipated’ HSBC World Rugby Sevens Series 2022 awaits fans and teams involved, with the […]



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England v South Africa
England v South Africa: A huge 2023 World Cup statement
Charlie Inglefield - Nov 21, 2021

England v South Africa on Saturday will go down as one of the great Test matches of recent times. England’s 27-26 win over the Rugby World Cup Champions South Africa at Twickenham was a statement of intent that they are back. What made this game even more special for Eddie Jones was that England were […]

Los Pumas, the Irish party spoilers
Los Pumas, the Irish party spoilers
Alastair Telfer - Nov 19, 2021

Ireland against Argentina is a fixture that never fails to disappoint. Los Pumas have a weird obsession of inflicting severe pain to Irish fans’ hearts. This is especially true at World Cups, whether it be in France in 1999 and 2007, or England in 2015. Embed from Getty Images Argentina loves beating Ireland on a big […]

2022 Super Rugby Pacific 14-round draw finalized
Full calendar set as 2022 Super Rugby Pacific 14-round draw finalized

The draw can now be realized for sides that make up the 2022 Super Rugby Pacific season. A 14-round draw was announced by SANZAAR on Monday, November 15 that will be a full calendar for each team, as well as for fans eager for a steady diet of rugby in the New Year. Beginning Friday, […]

Farrell's Ireland
Farrell’s Ireland peaking for 2023
Alastair Telfer - Nov 15, 2021

Rugby works in cycles. You rise, you peak, and then you decline. Then it is followed by a rebuild and the cycle continues again. The greatest peak at a Rugby World Cup. Something Farrell’s Ireland are striving to emulate. On Saturday, Ireland arguably put together the greatest performance an Irish side has produced against the […]

3rd time's a Charm as Ireland Rugby beat All Blacks 29-20
3rd time’s a Charm, as Ireland Rugby beat All Blacks 29-20 in Dublin

There was no luck involved as Ireland rugby beat the New Zealand side although, the ‘blarney stone’ can naturally assist the national team’s success. A second win on home soil for the men in emerald green. Celebrating all weekend; to be sure, as Ireland defeated the All Blacks for a historic third time since 2016. […]

Rosslyn Park FC; sit down interview with Dom Shabbo
Rosslyn Park FC; sit down interview with Dom Shabbo
Connor Dickins - Nov 10, 2021

Those who followed rugby prior to the 1990s will be well-aware of the name Rosslyn Park FC. The London side was one of the country’s top teams, twice reaching the final of the National Cup. They have plenty of historic moments since their inception in 1879, which includes partaking in the first-ever rugby games in […]

Red Roses win seals favouritism for RWC2021
Red Roses win seals favouritism for RWC2021 above rivals New Zealand

Twin victories; and powerful wins over their Rugby World Cup rivals, mean that this latest Red Roses win has sealed the England women’s favouritism for RWC2021 above their rivals, New Zealand. Record wins at that. 56-15. Another record-winning margin over the current World Champions. And following on from the previous week’s record Red Roses win […]

Rugby Canada celebrates after qualifying for the 2019 Rugby World Cup at Delort Stadium
Rugby Canada: Five things they need to do in the future
Raheem Bashir - Nov 6, 2021

ANALYSIS – Rugby Canada for the first time ever will not appear in a Rugby World Cup. Despite the presence of MLR side, the Toronto Arrows, there is still work that needs to be done. Here are just a few that Canada needs to do to get back on top. Rugby Canada: What they should […]