Rugby World Cup Records Under Fire in Ireland WRWC2017

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So as the matches continue at Billings Park on Thursday, fans on hand will feel the excitement, hear the tackles and witness the joy, as teams celebrate. Fans from all around the world can listen, watch or stream the games.  In Ireland, geographic barriers and Rugby World Cup records continue to fall at the Women's Rugby World Cup 2017, as the game goes from strength to strength. READ MORE



WRWC2017 Pool A: Canada and New Zealand Fight it Out for Top Spot

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Last Word on Rugby, by Jovilisi Waqa. The Emerald Isles is bracing itself for the biggest event in Women’s Rugby. Hosting the pinnacle event of the World Rugby calendar, the Women’s Rugby World Cup 2017 (WRWC2017) which will be held from August 9-26. In the second of our three-part series, Last Word on Rugby look at […] READ MORE






You Win Some; You Lose Some. But a Lions Series Draw–Failure or Victory

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From the outside, the Lions series draw is not what anyone will have planned. The action on the field was of a high quality. Many of the players had tremendous affect on the outcome; Kieran Read, Maro Itoje, Rieko Ioane or Toby Faletau. And to be fair, with all the quality, the fierce contest is likely to have negated the other sides effectiveness. An indication of this is the New Zealand team usually average over 30 points in their last six years of contest. In the Lions series draw, only 22. And that might be glossing over how difficult the opposition were. So full credit, where credit is due. READ MORE



Julian Savea Public Judgement 101: In Modern Rugby, Who Judges Who

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Challenges Promote Julian Savea Public Judgment As Ioane moved from center to wing, he was growing as one of the great future prospects of the New Zealand rugby. With options like James Lowe and [in 2016] Johnny McNichol signing overseas contracts, the former Sevens player was heralded as an option. And his successes on the field, perked the interest of the national selectors - as much as Julian Savea public judgment. READ MORE