Weekend Rugby Review – 17 October

A big weekend of rugby both in European competitions but also in the domestic competitions of South Africa, New Zealand and Australia. Here is my round-up of all the action. European Rugby Champions Cup Glasgow Warriors 42 - 13 Leicester Tigers Wasps 82 - 14 Zebre Leinster 33 - 15 Castres Toulon 23 - 31 Saracens Northampton Saints 16 -... Continue Reading →

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The Rugby Championship 2016 Tournament Review

The top 4 teams from the Rugby World Cup went into battle. Here's my review of what could be considered a mini world cup. Final Table 1 New Zealand 30pts 2 Australia 13pts 3 South Africa 10pts 4 Argentina 5pts So how did you predict the table would turn out? 1 New Zealand 2 Argentina 3 Australia 4... Continue Reading →

European Rugby Champions Cup 2016-2017 Round 1 Predictions

It's so close I can taste it! The big European club competition is back and I can't wait. Here are my round 1 Champions Cup predictions. First here is a link to my pool by pool Champions Cup preview. This season I’ll be doing short 1 Line Predictions videos on Twitter & YouTube and using... Continue Reading →

European Rugby Challenge Cup 2016-2017 Round 1 Predictions

I always think of this one and the Anglo Welsh Cup (LV=Cup) as being the lottery leagues. We don't know how seriously different teams will take it and we will see lots of rotation. With that in mind here are my round 1 predictions. First here is a link to my tournament preview where I... Continue Reading →

European Rugby Champions Cup 2016-2017 Preview

The big European club competition is back! This is 1 that we always look forward to as it's the top European clubs going head to head. Here's my preview/prediction for the tournament. How does it all work? The great thing is that there is no change to last season (as far as I'm aware at least).... Continue Reading →

European Rugby Challenge Cup 2016-2017 Preview

European action is nearly back with us, this time of year always brings excitement but that's mainly reserved for the Champions Cup when the top clubs in Europe clash. The Challenge Cup has a much more mixed reaction as some clubs rest players to concentrate on domestic matters. So how does it all work? Teams... Continue Reading →

Weekend Rugby Review – 10 October

The Rugby Championship finished with the All Blacks maintaining their dominance and the European leagues all had their last rounds before the Champions and Challenge Cups start next weekend. Here's my round-up of all the action from around the globe. The Rugby Championship South Africa 15 - 57 New Zealand Argentina 21 - 33 Australia 2 from... Continue Reading →

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