Friday, November 28, 2014

WIN a copy of Rugby Union Team Manager 2015!

We're giving away 5 copies of the brand new Rugby Union Team Manager 2015, the most comprehensive rugby management game ever created. Learn more about it below, watch the video and enter now to stand a chance of winning. MORE »

Thursday, November 27, 2014

Great sportsmanship from 19 year old Portuguese 7's player vs Fiji

This is a lovely bit of action from the World Sevens Series last season, as young Portuguese player João Bello owned up to something that he could so easily have got away with. It's a short clip but it's worth seeing this display of great sportsmanship. MORE »

Wednesday, November 26, 2014

Toulon based Steffon Armitage says he still wants to play for England

It's the debate that's raged on for some time now, and while some feel that by choosing to play abroad Steffon Armitage has made his intentions clear, this intimate chat with Martin Bayfield should bring further clarity to the issue. MORE »

Monday, November 24, 2014

Vote for the Sky New Zealand Fans Try of the Year

Sky TV have put together a list of 10 nominations for the very best tries scored in New Zealand domestic and international rugby in the last 12 months. Fans have until Wednesday this week to vote for the single try they think is best. MORE »

Sunday, November 23, 2014

Test Rugby Results - November 22nd weekend

We were treated to a great day of Test match rugby yesterday, with some thrilling games and top quality tries. After leading 17-0 then trailing 20-17, Ireland beat the Wallabies in what was probably the game of the day. Argentina also picked up a great win, with victory over France in Paris. MORE »

Saturday, November 22, 2014

Teddy Thomas dropped after incredible solo effort against Australia

Teddy Thomas scored one of the tries of the weekend against Australia, but after a dream start to his Test career, has since been dropped by coach Philippe Saint-Andre for missing a training session. Here is a look at that great try from last weekend. MORE »

Thursday, November 20, 2014

Meet World Rugby Player of the Year 2014 nominee, Willie le Roux

Wille le Roux has had a great start to his Test career, often exceeding expectations. The dynamic fullback was recently named a nominee for the IRB World Rugby Player of the Year 2014. Learn more about him with this nice Total Rugby feature. MORE »

Wednesday, November 19, 2014

The Five Nominations for the IRPA Try of the Year 2014

It's coming to the end of the year so the Player of the Year 2014 nominees were announced recently, and today the International Rugby Players' Association (IRPA) Try of the Year 2014 shortlist of five has been revealed with this great video. MORE »

Alesana Tuilagi makes trademark crunching tackle against Bath

Powerhouse winger Alesana Tuilagi has made another crunching hit, this time against Bath and poor Ollie Devoto. The Samoan powerhouse has been playing his rugby in Japan but recently returned to the Aviva Premiership, keen to make his mark. MORE »

Tuesday, November 18, 2014

WIN the rugby tour of a lifetime with IG and Harlequins

IG, a global leader in online trading, have just launched an incredible competition offering one lucky winner and their teammates an unbeatable opportunity to win the ultimate rugby tour, which includes a training day with Harlequins, before being flown half way around the world. MORE »

The International Rugby Board rebrands, changes name to World Rugby

The International Rugby Board (IRB) have officially rebranded and changed names to World Rugby, as announced earlier today at the World Rugby Conference and Exhibition 2014 in London. The new look includes a new logo and website. MORE »

Monday, November 17, 2014

IRB Rankings Update 17 Nov 2014 - Ireland move up to third in the world

Ireland have moved up to third in the IRB Rankings afting beating Georgia, and thanks to Australia and England losing to France and South Africa respectively. Coach Joe Schmidt says it's nothing but a distraction though, and not something that should be focused on by the players. MORE »

South Africa aim to up the intensity after another win over England

Springbok coach Heyneke Meyer has lauded his team's 31-28 victory over England in the wet weather of Twickenham on Saturday. The much needed win stretches their unbeaten run against England to 12 matches, dating back to November 2006. MORE »

Samoa bounce back with win over Canada in Vannes

Samoa bounced back from defeat to Italy to beat Canada 23-13 in Vannes, France on Friday night. Canada couldn't take advantage of all their chances, while Samoa snapped up two tries to Anthony Perenise and Winston Stanley. Conor Trainor scored Canada's only try. MORE »

Sunday, November 16, 2014

Scotland give New Zealand Murrayfield scare but come up short

Scotland were left ruing the missed opportunity to spring the biggest upset of the year as New Zealand held things together to survive a scare and win 24-16 at Murrayfield on Saturday. A late try from lock Jeremy Thrush put the home side out of contention. MORE »

 
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