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All You Need To Know About The 2018 NatWest 6 Nations

In the Northern Hemisphere, there is no greater rugby competition than the NatWest 6 Nations and in 2018, the six nations of Ireland, England, Scotland, Wales, France, and Italy, will again showcase the best of European rugby.  Before you break out your jerseys, here is everything you need to know about this year’s NatWest 6 Nations. _____ When did the …

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The Times And Dates For The Champions And Challenge Cup Quarter-Finals Have Been Announced

After a hectic weekend of European action, we now know who will be facing off in the quarter-finals of this year’s Champions and Challenge Cups. In the Champions Cup, Munster host Toulon at home, Leinster will host defending champions Saracens at the Aviva Stadium, Scarlets will welcome La Rochelle to Parc y Scarlets and Racing 92 will have to travel to …

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Power Ranking The Remaining Sides Aiming For Champions Cup Glory

After a frantic weekend of Champions Cup action which saw the calculators dusted off to predict who would be facing who in the Champions Cup quarter-finals, we finally have our eight teams who will be going toe-to-toe for a place in the semi-finals.  It’s been one of the most exciting editions of the tournament thus far in recent memory, with …

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Four Irishmen Have Been Shortlisted For European Player Of The Year

The shortlist for the EPCR European Player Of The Year 2018 has been announced this morning.  In total, 15 nominees have been named across eight different clubs, with four Irishmen making the list – Tadhg Beirne, Conor Murray, Jonathan Sexton and Tadhg Furlong. Leinster have the most representatives from any club which is reflected by their top seeding heading into …

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Watch: Enisei Player Crashes Into Post When Going Over For A Try Against Newcastle Falcons

Enisei-STM bowed out of this season’s Challenge Cup when they lost 19-33 to Premiership outfit the Newcastle Falcons with the English side securing a home quarter-final against Brive.  It was a forgettable campaign for the Russian side, who recorded 0 victories in the pool stages and they managed just one losing bonus point after six fixtures. Their supporters did have …

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