Posts in See it to Believe it


Monday, January 08, 2018

Sinoti Sinoti step from another planet helps Newcastle to victory

Newcastle Falcons winger Sinoti Sinoti showed how to step at a right angle on his way to scoring in their 28-20 win over Premiership leading Chiefs on Sunday afternoon. The win was Newcastle's sixth in a row and moves them into the sixth spot on the table. MORE »

Thursday, January 04, 2018

Josh van der Flier's record breaking 34 tackles against Connacht

In case you missed it, Leinster's Josh van der Flier made a record breaking 34 tackles during their PRO14 clash with Connacht. That's officially a tournament record, the highest number of tackles made in a PRO14 match since stats began to be tracked by Opta in 2010. MORE »

Wednesday, January 03, 2018

Bizarre alarm interruption means mass forced evacuation of stadium

Glasgow Warriors bounced back from their opening leg 1872 Cup defeat to Edinburgh with a commanding 17-0 victory over their Scottish rivals at Scotstoun, but only after the stadium's fire alarm caused a rather puzzling postponement. MORE »

Friday, December 29, 2017

Hooker escapes ban after ridiculous citing for bumping into the referee

The ruling on the unbelievable Elliot Dee citing took place today, after the young Dragons hooker was cited for 'making contact' with the referee late in the Dragons vs Cardiff Blues Guinness Pro 14 match at Rodney Parade. MORE »

Thursday, December 28, 2017

Scrumhalf Conor Murray scores try after going up in the lineout!

Conor Murray is doing his best to put his seal on the title of world's best scrum-half. As if he wasn't already talented enough at the position, he impressed with this gem of set-piece skill in being lifted for a lineout throw. MORE »

Wednesday, December 27, 2017

Jonny May cleared after red card for committing same offence twice

Leicester Tigers winger Jonny May is free to play after he received two yellow cards and a sending off during Sunday's match against Saracens. May was sin-binned twice for the exact same offence. Saracens won the match 29-17. MORE »

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Clermont prop's brain explosion hands match to Pau seconds from time

Pau snatched victory from defending champions Clermont after replacement prop Beka Kakabadze lost his cool and effectively cost them the match. The 22-year-old Georgian lashed out in the final minutes of the game, earning a yellow card and giving away a crucial penalty. MORE »

Friday, December 22, 2017

Bizarre few seconds of WWE rugby with piledriver and headbutt leading to ban

Nothing declares you want to spend several weeks on the sidelines like head-butting an opponent. Racing 92 back Juan Imhoff will do just that after head-butting Castres scrum half Rory Kockott in their match this past weekend. MORE »

Wednesday, December 20, 2017

WATCH: Giant Opeti Fonua's biggest hits

Giant Tongan forward Opeti Fonua is moving back to former team Agen, the Newcastle Falcons confirmed. Fonua is widely regarded as one of the biggest forwards in rugby, and has claimed a number of victims over the years with his big ball carries. MORE »

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Polish skipper launches opposition flyhalf with devastating charge

Polish number eight and skipper Piotr Zeszutek well and truly lead from the front in their recent Europe Trophy clash with Moldova. He picked up a loose ball and charged straight into the number ten channel, picking out the flyhalf - who went too high - destroying him in the process. MORE »

Tuesday, December 19, 2017

Nick Abendanon sin-bin puts inconsistency in the spotlight yet again

A late Scott Spedding penalty helped Clermont Auvergne grind out a narrow 24-21 European Champions Cup victory over Saracens, but the officiating was somewhat of a talking point, as inconsistency reared it's ugly head again. MORE »

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 »

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