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Louis de Montfort

Louis is a rugby-mad fan who loves to write about this amazing sport. He is also passionate about the NHL, football (soccer to those from across the Pond), cricket and just about anything that involves sport!

Aviva Premiership Preview: Leicester v Northampton Pick Of The Games In Round 2

Round one of the Aviva Premiership had it all – 377 points, 50 tries, all packed into one enthralling opening weekend. Gloucester produced an excellent performance to upset reigning champions Exeter Chiefs on the opening night of the new season, winning 28-21 at Kingsholm. Saracens launched their campaign in some style in last weekend’s Twickenham Double Header, with a thumping 55-24 …

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Chiefs, Saracens And Wasps: A Scrap For The Premiership Crown?

After 3 months and 6 days, the Aviva Premiership will be back on our screens. Exeter Chiefs are the reigning champions after a stunning performance over Wasps in last season’s final back in May. Can The Chiefs win back-to-back titles? Depending on how many players Eddie Jones picks from Exeter for his England squads for the Autumn Internationals and the Six …

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Preview: Can Saracens Get The Job Done In Exeter?

EDINBURGH, SCOTLAND - MAY 13: Chris Ashton of Saracens celebrates after scoring the opening try during the European Rugby Champions Cup Final between ASM Clermont Auvergne and Saracens at Murrayfield Stadium on May 13, 2017 in Edinburgh, Scotland. (Photo by David Rogers/Getty Images)

After the end of last season, when Saracens were crowned European and English champions, many predicted Saracens would guarantee a home semi-final this season. On January 1st 2017, this looked to be the case but after a purple patch during the Six Nations where they were winless in three consecutive games (drawing with Exeter and losing to Worcester and Gloucester). …

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All-Conquering Saracens On The Cusp Of Making History

Saracens Munster

On Saturday, two of Europe’s best will fight it out to be crowned champions of Europe. Saracens, the continent’s form team over the last two seasons will face perennial underachievers Clermont. On current form, one has to say that this will not be Clermont’s year yet again. Both teams have had tough routes to the final – Saracens faced a …

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