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Monthly Archives: January 2013
It looks as if the Welsh team for Saturday’s Six Nations game against Ireland has been leaked. The team seems to be doing the rounds on Twitter and blogs such as Gwlad Rugby. The Western Mail have now run the … Continue reading
Here’s an interesting blog on the situation of scrums in Rugby SOS: Save Our Scrums. The scrum has become too influential in the game, and with so much time being wasted on them – Rugby will not attract supporters. People want … Continue reading
On this day (10th of January) in 1983, one of the greatest coaches in Rugby Union, Carwyn James died aged fifty-three. Carwyn James was the Lions coach on the famous 1971 tour to New Zealand, the first test series win … Continue reading
The last time the Lions visited Argentina was in 1936, when they won all ten matches by an aggregate of 399 points to 12. On this tour, their third to Argentina, the 23 man squad featured only ten current internationals, … Continue reading
‘That’s England’s Number Eight right there.’ Those were the words of the former London Wasps Number Eight; Dean Ryan, speaking about the Wasps current Eight; Billy Vunipola. Both Dean Ryan and Pat Sanderson were reacting to Vunipola’s performance against Sale … Continue reading