The 133rd Test between Celtic neighbours Ireland and Wales

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Ireland and Wales have a storied history that goes back to the 19th century. These two nations have faced each other annually in the Six Nations Tournament. History between Ireland and Wales The Irish and Welsh men’s rugby teams first met on January 28th, 1882 in Lansdowne Road, Dublin. This was the beginning of the […] READ MORE





Liam Kay and his Road to the Toronto Wolfpack

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Liam Kay was the very first player to sign with the Toronto Wolfpack. He is also one of only six Toronto Wolfpack players still with the team. Kay has been proven instrumental in the Wolfpack’s success in their short existence. This article will look at what he means to the Wolfpack and why he should […] READ MORE




Six Nations: How Ireland exploited narrow Welsh defence

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Following Ireland’s bonus point win over Wales in the Six Nations questions were asked regarding the narrow Welsh defence and what it set out to do. Robert Rees takes a look at how Wales’ narrow defence was exploited by the Irish attack, which ultimately lead to their downfall. Ireland carefully plot Welsh Six Nations victory […] READ MORE



Rugby World Cup – Japan winning more than games

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Hosting your own Rugby World Cup leaves you with several burdens. One, you have to perform reasonably well and two, you have to engage the wider audience into your spectacle. This is easier said than done, especially for a country that takes a lot to remove sumo wrestling from the headlines – something Japan’s opening […] READ MORE