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Wednesday, December 13, 2017

These must see moments from the Cape Town 7s will make you smile

Following another eventful Cape Town leg of the World Rugby Sevens Series, Sean Maloney gives us a run down of all the must see moments from the tournament. New Zealand came away winners, but there were plenty of great moments from all sides, as well as a few bloopers of note. MORE »

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Carlin Isles inexplicably fails to score what would have been a great try

With the HSBC Sevens World Series kicking off this weekend in Cape Town we have already been treated to some quality action but one man who might want to avoid any replays will be Carlin Isles after his horrendous blooper. MORE »

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Teddy Thomas makes a howling error as Racing 92 slip to defeat in Europe

In what was a pretty scrappy affair Castres were able to walk away with a 16-13 victory over Racing 92 on Saturday. However, it will be Racing winger Teddy Thomas who will feel the worst, after botching what should have been a certain five-pointer. MORE »

Sunday, December 10, 2017

Chris Ashton can only laugh after clearance kick goes comically wrong

Toulon snuck past Bath in round three of the European Champions Cup with a 24-20 win despite a horror blooper from Chris Ashton twenty minutes from time. He could only laugh about it post match, saying that he simply tried to kick it too hard. MORE »

Friday, December 08, 2017

Craig Barry ghosts Scarlets defence in Cheetahs win over champs

Following the latest round of Guinness PRO14 action, the Cheetahs picked up their sixth win of the competition after beating reigning champions Scarlets 28-21, in Bloemfontein. This moment from Craig Barry lit up the Free State Stadium. MORE »

Thursday, December 07, 2017

English teen prospect scores bruising solo try in U-18 final

English teenager Barry Karea scored this amazing solo try in the U-18 Champions Trophy final between Dulwich College and Blundell at Allianz Park on Wednesday. Dulwich College won the match 34-29 and became the first school to win the Schools Cup and the Champions Trophy. MORE »

Wednesday, December 06, 2017

Alex Waller courageously puts body on the line despite painful injury

Northampton Saints prop Alex Waller has undergone surgery after breaking his forearm in the dying minutes of Friday's night's clash with Newcastle Falcons at Franklin's Gardens. Waller played on, contributing to the defensive effort. MORE »

Monday, December 04, 2017

England Deaf make history beating New Zealand in international series

Rugby prides itself on growth and an inclusive culture and last month saw another massive step in that direction with the first ever three-Test series between England Deaf and New Zealand Deaf. England won 3-0, with the series being the first of its kind. MORE »

Friday, December 01, 2017

Tala Gray protects opposition player after nasty injury

Virgile Bruni suffered a season-ending knee injury following a match between Lyon and Toulouse at Matmut Stadium over the weekend. There was a great show of sportsmanship though. MORE »

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Brian O'Driscoll takes on 'Death Zone' training session with England 7s squad

Having retired in 2014, rugby fans are now more accustomed to seeing Brian O'Driscoll behind the camera or on the microphone. However, recently he laced up his boots as he joined the England Sevens Squad at one of their infamous 'Death Zone' training sessions. MORE »

Thursday, November 30, 2017

Rene Ranger somehow finds Victor Vito with unbelievable reverse flick pass

La Rochelle scored six tries to comfortably beat Pau 44-14 in their Top 14 clash at the weekend, with a number of former All Blacks on show. Most notable of which was the combination between Rene Ranger and Victor Vito, the latter finishing this superb try in the first half. MORE »

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Midweek Madness - Powerful scrum sends pack and posts backwards

You would never think it were possible, but Hinckley Rugby Football Club's big boys up front have given new meaning to the term 'pushover try'. They drove the opposition pack from Luctonians back so far and with so much force, that they took down the posts in the process. MORE »

Wednesday, November 29, 2017

Sergio Parisse 'rucking' technique will make the ball appear every time

South Africa overturned last year's shock loss to Italy with a convincing 35-6 win in Padova on Saturday. They turned to their traditional power up front, which paid dividends. Italy skipper Sergio Parisse never gave up though, getting stuck in at the breakdown, as can be seen here. MORE »

Monday, November 27, 2017

The bizarre moment coach Christophe Urios slapped Fabien GalthiƩ

Toulon's troubles in the Top14 grew deeper on Saturday afternoon as the French giants lost 20-19 to Castres at the Stade Pierre-Antoine yet that was not what had people talking after the game. MORE »

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Shocking footage of vicious kick during college rugby match leads to arrest

Vile footage of a cowardly act from a rugby player has been released by authorities in the States as part of their investigation into assault charges. MORE »

Sunday, November 26, 2017

Even in defeat Tongan fans show true passion and support

As the autumn internationals in the game of Union were getting underway across Europe on Saturday, a cracking and contentious Rugby League World Cup semi-final had occurred mere hours before at the MT Smart Stadium in Auckland. MORE »

Friday, November 24, 2017

Taniela 'Tongan Thor' Tupou goes from Youtube sensation to Test rugby

This Saturday Taniela Tupou will wear the colours of Australia as he starts on the bench for the Wallabies against Scotland. It's been a meteoric rise for the 21-year-old, a path we've all followed in recent years. MORE »

Monday, November 20, 2017

Michael Hooper makes unwanted history with record breaking yellow card

As Australia fell to a 30-6 loss to England on Saturday, one man in particular may find the load harder to bear. When Michael Hooper received a yellow card on the half-hour mark he officially claimed the record for most yellow cards received in international rugby. MORE »

Monday, November 20, 2017

MND suffering legend inspires Scotland as he delivers match ball before kickoff

There wasn't a dry eye at Murrayfield on Saturday as Scotland legend Doddie Weir took to the field with his sons to deliver the match ball ahead of kickoff against New Zealand. Weir has been suffering from Motor Neuron Disease since being diagnosed in December. MORE »

Friday, November 17, 2017

Blind in one eye, this is the moment Ian McKinley made his historic Test debut

Six years after losing sight in his left eye in a horrific rugby accident, Irish flyhalf Ian McKinley battled the odds to make his much-publicized Test debut, coming off the bench as Italy beat Fiji 19-10 at the weekend. MORE »

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