Tweet“The Pacific Islands – The All Blacks have sucked them dry for years, giving virtually nothing back.”
TweetThe All Blacks – not the Springboks – are marketing the game in Japan and North America
TweetTwitterite and RW commentator Sackey has been following our local stars in Japan and gives us a lowdown on what is happening to our boys there.
TweetWe have been discussing on this site some problems and solutions around the marketing of rugby in South Africa. Today I want to introduce you to what is one of the biggest and most successful clubs in Europe- on the pitch and in the boardroom. Thomond Park – the stadium that hosts CJ Stander’s new…
TweetThe All Blacks are the No 1 team in the world, and rightly so. Their consistent play has given them a World Cup and they are deservedly at the top of the rankings at the moment.
TweetEngland will have four tests vs the All Blacks next year: three in June and one in November, when they also face the Boks.
TweetBrumbies wing Clyde Rathbone says he struggled to understand why Jake White decided to resign as head coach.
TweetIf Super Rugby doesn’t happen, there’s no sense in having Argentina in the Rugby Championship.” – Agustin Pichot.
TweetVeteran Brumbies winger Clyde Rathbone says it was ”poetic justice” the Chiefs became Super Rugby champions with an attacking style, urging officials to tinker with laws to ensure the sport avoids becoming boring.
TweetThe SA Students Sevens rugby squad departed on Monday for Kazan in Russia to participate in the World University Games. SA Rugby The 12-man squad, will be captained by NMMU fullback Jarryd Buys and include former Springbok Sevens international Ryan Nell, Bradley Moolman who represented the SA Under-20 team in 2011 and Tiger Bax who…
TweetEwen McKenzie will coach the Wallabies to the 2015 Rugby World Cup after the Australian Rugby Union released Robbie Deans from his two-year contract six months early.
TweetGood news for Cheetahs as two key Blues men out.
TweetNice settled look. Hopefully few injuries this season.
TweetFrance have selected a much stronger side, but the All Blacks are still the bookies favourite to take the series. Recent Results: 2013: New Zealand won 23-13, Auckland 2011: New Zealand won 8-7, Auckland 2011: New Zealand won 37-17, Auckland 2009: New Zealand won 39-12, Marseille 2009: New Zealand won 14-10, Wellington 2009: France won…
TweetJapan got desperately close a week ago – can they finally get one over a tier 1 country? Recent results: 2013: Wales won 22-18, Osaka 2007: Wales won 72-18, Cardiff (World Cup pool match) 2004: Wales won 98-0, Cardiff 2001: Wales won 53-30, Tokyo 2001: Wales won 64-10, Osaka 1999: Wales won 64-15, Cardiff (World…