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 »

Jordan Larmour scores one of the best tries you will see this season

Leinster fullback Jordan Larmour scored a genuine try of the season contender as Munster were defeated 34-24 at Thomond Park. Just 20-years-old and already on Joe Schmidt's radar, Larmour will have Irish fans salivating at what is still to come. 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 »

The Season: Fascinating Documentary on Nudgee College's First XV - Episode 5

Catch up on the final episode of the fascinating The Season documentary, featuring Brisbane school Nudgee College in their quest for a 41st GPS Premiership title. In this final episode, it's all to play for with an undefeated record on the line. MORE »

Sunday, December 24, 2017

Edinburgh's Simon Berghan sent off for head stamp in 1872 Cup first leg

14-man Edinburgh produced the shock of the Pro14 season so far with an incredible last-minute victory over leaders Glasgow at Murrayfield. MORE »

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 »

Thursday, December 21, 2017

Nigel Owens puts moaner in his place after Kahn Fotuali'i demolishes scrumhalf

Samoan scrumhalf Kahn Fotuali'i, who recently signed a new deal to stay on at Bath, made this cracking hit on his opposite number at the weekend. Bath claimed a 26-21 win, and this tackle was one of the many highlights of the match, and even included a trademark Nigel Owens comment. 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 »

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 »

Cian Healy leads with shoulder but somehow escapes red card

In their Champions Cup match on Saturday, Leinster came from behind to beat Exeter and remain at the top of Pool 3. However, they were lucky to finish at full-strength as prop Cian Healy was only shown a yellow card for this reckless shoulder charge. MORE »

Monday, December 18, 2017

Referee knocked over then spat out of Montpellier and Glasgow Warriors brawl

Montpellier and Glasgow Warriors came to blows late in Saturday's European Champions Cup clash, with Springbok Bismarck Du Plessis at the center of it. Referee JP Doyle was also in the middle of the melee, as he was knocked over then spat out as multiple players joined in. MORE »

Vincent Koch loses shirt then does what any honourable prop would do

Clermont snatched a 24-21 win over Saracens on Sunday, their second in succession, as a late penalty sealed the victory. Late in the game fans were treated to an amusing few minutes of play, as former Springbok prop Vincent Koch lost his shirt. MORE »

Friday, December 15, 2017

The Season: Fascinating Documentary on Nudgee College's First XV

A few years back The Code came out, a documentary that gave us an intimate insight into the Waratahs in Super Rugby. Code Red featured the Queensland Reds. Now, this is an inside look at one of Australia's most prestigious schools. MORE »