How over coaching kills the game of Rugby

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It has been one of the great debates in rugby for many years now. Why the Southern Hemisphere is better than the Northern. Super Rugby Aotearoa showed us the best of what New Zealand can do. Now the Premiership and the Pro14 (or rather Pro12) are supposed to show us the best of Britain and […] READ MORE




Wales dark horses for Rugby World Cup glory

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This Rugby World Cup for Wales has been a story of close calls and undercooked performances. In the three matches against Australia, Fiji, and France, Warren Gatland’s men coughed and spluttered to either come from behind or scrape tense wins. Following these performances, many have written off Wales’ chances of lifting the Webb Ellis trophy […] READ MORE


Premiership over; well Super Rugby is here to Entertain

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With the Gallagher Premiership over; and Saracens Rugby claiming the highly regarded ‘double’ fans can be happy to know that Super Rugby is ‘here to entertain you’. That has seemingly always been the catchphrase from the Super Rugby devotees. That the Southern hemisphere product appears to involve more open play, width of the field football, and […] READ MORE




2017 Lions tour rewarded – Northern Hemisphere rugby closing the gap

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Northern Hemisphere Rugby Closing The Gap With the British & Irish Lions having touched down following an enthralling drawn series in New Zealand, the analysis of the series for both the home and away sides, will continue long into the summer. One thing that is apparent, is the bridging of ‘a gap’ for Northern Hemisphere […] READ MORE


International Test Rugby Results–Week One

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National teams each looked to begin their program of fixtures during the Autumn International window this weekend. A mix of ‘good and bad’ for most–plus a few upsets- but overall, the International Test Rugby Results were a welcome back to cheering on your country for most rugby fans. Across several Northern Hemisphere continents, the World […] READ MORE