Rugby Canada Lock Brett Beukeboom on Rehab and the Future

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Brett Beukeboom from Lindsay, Ontario plays Lock for Rugby Canada and the Cornish Pirates of the Greene King IPA Championship League in England. At 25, he’s enjoying a professional career that many players can only hope for. Internationally, he’s played with Canada since 2012 and proudly represented his country last Fall in the Rugby World […] READ MORE


England Women Win Langford Sevens, End Aussie Dominance

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England won the Langford Sevens tournament in Canada and ended Australia’s recent dominance in a semi final defeat, as they claim their first title in three years when beating the New Zealand Sisters 31-14, in an emphatic final completely dominated by the English Roses. Round four of the HSBC Women’s Sevens Series was a successful […] READ MORE


Langford Sevens: Aussie Youngsters Fight For Fourth Title

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The fourth round of the HSBC Women’s Sevens Series, the Langford Sevens will played on this weekend, the 16-17th of April in Langford, British Columbia, Canada. The Aussie Pearls have won the last three rounds and will try to make it four-in-a-row with a group of ‘youngsters’ who coach Tim Walsh has brought in to […] READ MORE



Kiwis Win Vancouver Sevens leg of HSBC Sevens Series

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New Zealand won it’s third title in the last four tournaments of the HSBC Sevens Series today, claiming the Vancouver Sevens tournament crown over arch rivals South Africa. Now just three points separate the series leaders (Fiji, South Africa and New Zealand) as Fiji continues to hang on to the top spot even with most […] READ MORE


Fiji Defends Las Vegas Sevens Crown For Cyclone Victims

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Fiji defended their Las Vegas Sevens crown in style after coming from behind to win in a tense final against Australia, as South Africa claimed third spot and the Japanese side continue to impress as they reached the plate final against New Zealand (NZL) Meanwhile, England had their worst ever tournament result in recent history. […] READ MORE


Las Vegas Sevens: Day Two Action

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Las Vegas Sevens Day two started off as a dull affair but as Last Word On Sports predicted yesterday one big scalp was going to fall on Day Two and the Kenyans delivered that when they walloped the mighty Kiwis in their final pool game 22-0. Japan continued with their form from yesterday as they […] READ MORE


Las Vegas Sevens: Day One Action

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Las Vegas Sevens kicked off in great style in Sin City where the winner from the Oceania Leg New Zealand continued their impressive form in their opening match whipping the Portuguese 42 -7 while the Samoans humbled the defending champions Fiji, Bryan Habana and Quade Cooper eased their way in and the Scots thrash the […] READ MORE


Las Vegas Sevens: Rugby Stars Invade Sin City

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The third leg of the World Rugby HSBC Sevens Series heads to North America and the next tournament is the Las Vegas Sevens. Rugby stars from the abbreviated code and the many 15s players who are trying to book their spot for the Rio Olympics will invade Sin City for three days of hard hitting, […] READ MORE


ISR Interview Brian Spanton: Six Nations wide open

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To preview the Six Nations Rugby Championship: TSN Rugby Analyst Brian Spanton, Reporter Pearse Higgins & Commentator Rick Powers joined the International Sports Report’s Lins O’Connor and Peter Irvine on TSN 1050 Radio in Toronto, Ontario. Ireland’s finest Pearse debates if Joe Schmidt can lead his squad to another title at the 2016 Six Nations. […] READ MORE