Tuesday, January 28, 2014

Will Helu's outrageous stepping against Exeter Chiefs

Quick clip from London Wasps featuring some impressive stepping from Will Helu against the Exeter Chiefs recently. It very nearly resulted in a try too. MORE »

Ireland Wolfhounds hang on in face of late England Saxons chances

The England Saxons came within inches of possibly snatching victory from the Ireland Wolfhounds but it wasn't to be as the Irish scored two first half tries to one and prevailed 14-8 in Gloucester on Saturday. MORE »

Monday, January 27, 2014

Mouritz Botha crunches Jean Deysel in Saracens vs Sharks friendly

Saracens beat the Sharks 23-15 in Saturday's friendly Super Rugby warmup game for the Currie Cup champions. Both teams were extremely physical at Allianz Park, so here is one of the biggest hits of the game, plus a compilation of some of the others. MORE »

South Africa retain USA Sevens title with tense victory over New Zealand

The South African Sevens team beat New Zealand 14-7 in a tense Cup Final at the Las Vegas Sevens on Sunday. It's the second year in succession that they've won in Vegas, taking them top of the overall world series standings, one point ahead of New Zealand. MORE »

Saturday, January 25, 2014

Highlights from Day One of the 2014 Las Vegas Sevens

Local hero Carlin Isles scored a brilliant try on day one of the USA Sevens but it wasn't enough for the home side to get a win, despite coming close on two occasions. New Zealand, South Africa, France, Samoa and Argentina all went unbeaten. MORE »

Friday, January 24, 2014

Friday Funnies - Cameron Treloar's big knock before reaching the field

Not since George Robson slipped when leaving the change room a few years ago have we seen such an ominous start to an evening's rugby. In Robson's case he slipped, but for Bordeaux's Australian lock Cameron Treloar it was a case of forgetting that he is actually 6ft7, and not ducking. MORE »

Toulon chairman Mourad Boudjellal on building the champion club

Fascinating insight from Toulon chairman, and the man credited with turning the club around, Mourad Boudjellal. He talks candidly about his previous involvement in rugby, his success in business and how Toulon now pay for the big stars without his help. MORE »

Thursday, January 23, 2014

Nigel Owens shows Anthony Allen the way to the football stadium

Referee Nigel Owens, who we all remember for his 'This is not soccer' comment, delivered another round balled reference this past weekend as he officiated the Leicester Tigers vs Ulster Heineken Cup match. Ulster won 22-19 away from home. MORE »

Tuesday, January 21, 2014

Sky Sports Super Rugby 2014 Promo - The Sequel

A year ago Sky Sports came up with an excellently made Super Rugby 2013 promo that featured Sean Fitzpatrick, Michael Lynagh, Dewi Morris and as the driver, Thinus Delport. It's that time of year again, so with Super Rugby kicking off in a few weeks, here is the sequel. MORE »

Monday, January 20, 2014

New Ireland prop Rodney Ah You smashes lock Alistair Hargreaves

New Zealand born Connacht prop Rodney Ah You made one of the tackles on the weekend despite his side being thumped 64-6 by Saracens at Allianz Park on Saturday. Kiwi Ah You was recently named in Ireland's extended Six Nations squad. MORE »

Sunday, January 19, 2014

Ian Evans facing suspension after red card for stamp on Mike McCarthy

Ospreys and Wales lock Ian Evans faces an anxious wait to see what his Six Nations availability will be like after he was cited for a red card for stamping in Friday's Heineken Cup clash against Leinster in Dublin. Leinster won the game 36-3. MORE »

Thursday, January 16, 2014

The biggest punches and worst fights in French domestic rugby

While condoning fighting on the rugby field is naturally frowned upon, most fans would admit that they enjoy seeing a good scrap occasionally. With that in mind, there are few places that do it better than France, especially in seasons gone by. Here is a compilation of some of the best ever. MORE »

Wednesday, January 15, 2014

School of Hard Knocks 2013 - Episode 3

Continuing with Sky Sports' brilliant School of Hard Knocks series, today we look at episode 3 of this compelling show that through the vehicle of rugby, gives you an insight into the hearts and minds of a group of troubled individuals from Glasgow. MORE »

Sunday, January 12, 2014

Danny Care brilliant inside flick sets up Matt Hopper try vs Clermont

Harlequins lost 16-13 to Clermont in the Heineken Cup on Saturday but one of the moments of the match came from Quins scrumhalf Danny Care, who produced a piece of magic for Matt Hopper's try. Care unfortunately limped off later with an ankle injury. MORE »

Friday, January 10, 2014

Friday Funnies - Sebastien Chabal as a fairy in new TV ad

You probably wouldn't say it to his face, but Sebastien Chabal is a fairy. The man once known as the Caveman, who was recently suspended for knocking out a player, has taken part in a TV ad that is sure to go viral, for the sheer bizarreness of it if nothing else. MORE »

 
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