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Tuesday, February 26, 2013

Tim Nanai-Williams finishes amazing passage of play and scores great solo effort

Chiefs flyer Tim Nanai-Williams scored two spectacular tries at the weekend as the defending Super Rugby champions beat the Highlanders 41-27 in an incredible game of rugby that featured all out attack for the full 80 minutes. MORE »

Monday, February 25, 2013

Prop Luke Cowan-Dickie flick pass sets up try for England U20 vs France U20

England Under 20's beat France Under20's 40-10 in their junior Six Nations game at Sixways. England led just 6-3 at halftime, but had a strong second half, with captain Jack Clifford scoring a hat-trick. MORE »

Thursday, February 21, 2013

Sergio Parisse red carded and banned for insulting referee

Italy captain and Stade Francais number eight Sergio Parisse was yesterday banned for 40 days following the red card he received his team's Top 14 match against Bordeaux-Begles last Saturday. It wasn't the only controversy of the match however. MORE »

Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Mike Tindall clears out Tom May after Jimmy Cowan injury

Gloucester moved ahead of Northampton Saints on the Aviva Premiership table with a 27-11 win at Franklin's Gardens on Saturday afternoon. The win came at a cost though as the visitors lost Kiwi Jimmy Cowan to injury in the second half. MORE »

Thursday, January 31, 2013

Billy Ngawini big step makes opponent tackle team mate

King of the sidestep Billy Ngawini playing for Cavalieri in the Italian Super 10 semi final against Mogliano in April 2012. MORE »

Sunday, January 27, 2013

Saracens all set for Allianz Park debut on new artificial pitch

Saracens will make their Allianz Park debut today as their ground breaking new artificial pitch will be put to the test in the LV Cup encounter with Cardiff Blues. The synthetic surface is the first of it's kind for a professional rugby team. MORE »

Wednesday, January 23, 2013

Midweek Madness - Toby Flood charges straight into the post

This is a very quick clip that features Leicester Tigers flyhalf Toby Flood doing himself a bit a damage by charging straight into the post against the Ospreys. MORE »

Tuesday, January 22, 2013

Ian Keatley clearance kick hits Wayne Barnes square in the face

Referee Wayne Barnes was in the thick of the action at Thomond Park at the weekend. The English referee sent off a Racing Metro player early in the game, then just five minutes later took the full force of an Ian Keatley clearance kick, in the face. MORE »

Friday, January 18, 2013

Friday Funnies - Physio halts Zebre attack with tackle on own player

With immediate injury treatment a priority in the days of professional rugby, it's now commonplace to see physios sprint onto the field whenever a player looks like he may be in trouble. MORE »

Wednesday, January 16, 2013

Midweek Madness - Opeti Fonua puts referee Cedric Marchat on his backside

In the French Top 14 a few weeks back referee Cedric Marchat found himself on the receiving end of a charge from Agen's Tongan giant Opeti Fonua, who reportedly weighs in at a mammoth 135kg, and is 6ft6. Marchat survived. diminutive MORE »

Monday, January 07, 2013

Rugby fan invades pitch to have a chat with the referee

This fan at the Racing Metro vs Agen Top 14 match decided that he'd take it upon himself to have a chat with the referee about some of his decisions. MORE »

Friday, December 14, 2012

Friday Funnies - Possibly the best scrum celebration ever

While the flashy backs make headlines with hat-tricks, outrageous celebrations, and big dives over the tryline, it's the guys up front that often do the grunt work that allows those opportunities. Here's a quick look at a great moment from a few weeks back. MORE »

Thursday, December 13, 2012

LEGO Highlights of the 2012 Autumn Internationals

Canterbury teamed up with animator and Rugbydump regular Graham Love to put together this unique look at some of the highlights of the end of year tour matches that took place recently. MORE »

Wednesday, December 12, 2012

Is Carlin Isles the world's fastest rugby player?

Below is a look at the man that many are calling the fastest rugby player on the planet. From track to rugby, the USA's Carlin Isles is making waves on the Sevens circuit. MORE »

Wednesday, December 05, 2012

Stephen Donald yellow card for shoving Dan Bowden in the face

Stephen Donald received a yellow card after the Television Match Official ruled that he had struck Dan Bowden with swinging arms. MORE »

Wednesday, November 28, 2012

Henry Tuilagi swats Zee Ngwenya away with big fend in Top 14

Henry Tuilagi was a popular figure in the crowd in Cardiff when Samoa beat Wales recently. Everyone loves seeing the Tuilagi brothers doing what they do best (except when facing them), so here is a quick clip of him in action that you may enjoy. MORE »

Sunday, November 25, 2012

Wales score bizarre try with thirteen man lineout against the All Blacks

Wales suffered their sixth defeat in succession on Saturday after they were convincingly beaten 33-10 by the All Blacks at the Millennium Stadium in Cardiff. They did score in the second half though, giving new meaning to the term team try. MORE »

Friday, November 16, 2012

Clermont snatch dramatic 50th consecutive Stade Marcel Michelin victory

Jonny Wilkinson kicked a dramatic late drop goal to equalise with thirty seconds left but it wasn't enough as Brock James slotted a penalty on full time as Clermont snatched a memorable 24-21 victory over Toulon last weekend. MORE »

Thursday, November 15, 2012

Scotland's David Denton puts Richie McCaw on his backside

Scotland loose forward Dave Denton has been rewarded for his strong play against New Zealand with a starting spot this coming weekend against his former homeland, South Africa. He says he is relishing the physical challenge that the Springboks will bring. MORE »

Tuesday, November 06, 2012

Valentin Courrent scores try then suffers freak injury from teammate's boot

Grenoble celebrated a 34-21 home win over Biarritz and a move up to the top six of the Top 14, but the win came at a price as they lost a few players to injury, and none more dramatically than scrumhalf Valentin Courrent, who was sliced open by his teammate. MORE »

 
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