Posts in See it to Believe it


Tuesday, April 10, 2018

TEN reset scrums in ten minutes leads to Tigers try

There were strange scenes at Twickenham on Saturday as Adam Thompstone crossed the line for Leicester Tigers, but only after ten reset scrums in nearly ten minutes of play against Bath. MORE »

Sunday, April 08, 2018

Faf de Klerk massive carry knocks out Danny Cipriani amidst dramatic finish

Sale Sharks pulled off an incredible last ditch win as they scored a try all of ten minutes into injury time to take them ahead of Wasps after a dramatic finale. Just before that , scrumhalf Faf de Klerk took it upon himself to attack the line. MORE »

Friday, April 06, 2018

Julian Savea puts Lwazi Mvovo on his backside as Hurricanes snatch thriller

The Hurricanes snatched a dramatic last-ditch win in their Super Rugby clash with the Sharks on Friday. Earlier in the match, winger Julian Savea got his hands on the ball and made Lwazi Mvovo pay.. MORE »

Thursday, April 05, 2018

Russian winger produces sensational bit of skill to get past his man out wide

At a recent training camp ahead of their clash with Georgia, Russian national 15s and 7s winger Evgeniy Nepeivoda produced this brilliant bit of skill... MORE »

Wednesday, April 04, 2018

VOTE: Terminally ill Doddie Weir nominated for prestigious award

Former Scotland international Doddie Weir has been nominated for the Laureus Sporting Moment of the Month, following his emotional appearance at Murrayfield Stadium in November. Weir is terminally ill with MND, but since diagnosis, has been making huge efforts to raise money and awareness. MORE »

Tuesday, March 27, 2018

New PRO14 record for fastest ever try after Dougie Fife effort from kickoff

Edinburgh's Dougie Fife scored the fastest ever PRO 14 try from a kickoff when he crossed against Connacht on Friday night. The early score contributed to Edinburgh's sixth straight win, keeping their hopes of making a play-off spot alive. MORE »

Sunday, March 18, 2018

Ugly scenes amidst referee shocker as Spain fail to qualify for the World Cup

Spain's chances of qualifying for the Rugby World Cup have taken a huge blow after losing to Belgium, but the result was overshadowed by Spanish players confronting the referee after the final whistle. MORE »

Tuesday, March 13, 2018

Vincent Clerc achieves incredible try-scoring milestone in the Top 14

He may now be a veteran of the game in France, but Vincent Clerc is still scoring tries at will. The former internationalist proved this point by touching down for a record-equaling try against Agen MORE »

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Lionel Beauxis shocker nearly costs France dramatic win at home

France claimed a hard-earned win over England at the Stade de France on Saturday night. However, things got unnecessarily dramatic with time up as Lionel Beauxis.. MORE »

Sunday, March 11, 2018

Bismarck du Plessis and Montpellier teammate fight in warm-up!

Top 14 leaders Montpellier smashed second-placed Racing 92 41-3 at the weekend, but the win was marred by a scrap between Bismarck du Plessis and teammate Mohamed Haouas in the match warm-up. MORE »

Monday, March 05, 2018

USA reach another level with thrilling Las Vegas 7s Cup Final victory

The USA played some incredible rugby to secure their first ever Sevens World Series Cup Final win at home, with unbelievable tries from Perry Baker in particular. Carlin Isles also got on the scoresheet with a brilliant try of his own MORE »

Friday, March 02, 2018

FLASHBACK: Perry Baker hang time proves that he's no mere mortal

Sevens superstar Perry Baker is well known for his extreme pace and try-scoring ability. But we can add flying to the list of other-worldly talents he possesses MORE »

Thursday, March 01, 2018

Incredible hooker domination on display in South Africa's Varsity Shield

With a full range of impressive skills on display, Walter Sisulu University hooker Maliviwe Simanga bagged Man of the Match honours for his explosive performance against Cape Peninsula University of Technology in the Varsity Shield on Monday. MORE »

Thursday, March 01, 2018

Work Hard, Keep Pushing - The inspiring story of Oga Mabaya

'Work Hard, Keep Pushing' is the story of rugby player Oga Mabaya, a man who left Zimbabwe in 2005 for the promise of a more stable life in England. This short film shows how his perseverance against the odds reaped rewards and personal satisfaction. MORE »

Monday, February 26, 2018

New footage shows moment Owen Farrell pushed Scotland players in the tunnel before kick-off

England will wait and see if Owen Farrell will face punishment for the scuffle in the tunnel before kick-off. We've got another angle on the incident, with new footage MORE »

Thursday, February 22, 2018

Andries Coetzee has reinvented the wheel with inexplicable passing technique

Lions and Springbok fullback Andries Coetzee appears to have taken a liking to a truly unorthodox kind of pass, the kind that's usually seen during warm-ups on the training field. Saturday wasn't the first time he's done it either MORE »

Tuesday, February 20, 2018

Shane Williams and Andy Powell get their kit off for bizarre sumo experience

With the next Rugby World Cup kicking off in Japan next year, hype is gradually starting to build, as fans will be introduced to the host cities and get to learn more about Japanese culture. Clearly Shane Williams and Andy Powell were asked to help out... MORE »

Friday, February 16, 2018

A look at England and Georgia's epic scrum training session

Eddie Jones made good on his desire to have England face off against "the strongest scrum pack in the world" as England welcomed Georgia to Latymer Upper School in London on Tuesday. Footage of the session... MORE »

Wednesday, February 14, 2018

Mic'd up Andrew Walker is 44-years-young and still as competitive as ever

Aside from the thrilling play on display in both the Men's and Women's tournaments at the Brisbane Global 10s, one of the highlights of the weekend was seeing 44-year-old Brumbies legend Andrew Walker.. MORE »

Tuesday, February 13, 2018

World Rugby admit that the wrong decision was made at Twickenham

Wales assistant coach Rob Howley has said that World Rugby admitted that they made a mistake in not awarding Gareth Anscombe a try during Saturday's 6 Nations clash between England and Wales at Twickenham. England won 12-6. MORE »

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