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Watch: Tevita Li Breaks New Zealand U-20 Try Scoring Record

New Zealand’s under-20 player Tevita Li has just broken the record for tries scored in this age group at the World Rugby Under-20 Championships.  In the Baby Blacks’ mauling of France at the semi-final stage, the Blues winger scored a hat-trick of tries to cement himself in the record books. His tally helped the under-20s win the tie 45-7 against …

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VIDEO: England U-20 James Mitchell Shows Off Insane Rugby Skills

England under-20 international James Mitchell is clearly one for the future and this video just shows how much natural talent he possesses.  The Sale Sharks scrum half has five under-20 caps for England already but if the accuracy of his kicking and passing is anything to go by, then there could well be a place for the 20-year-old in the England first …

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England World Cup Horrors Continue As Another Arrest Rocks Camp

England’s nightmare build up to this year’s World Cup continued on Monday, when it emerged that Danny Cipriani had been arrested on suspicion of drink-driving. The Sale Sharks star was arrested following an early morning crash in West London on Monday. Cipriani has a chequered past with alcohol; back in 2013 he was concussed after being struck by a bus while on the …

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England’s Latest Kit Launch Could Not Have Gone Any Worse

England revealed some of their new World Cup training jerseys this week and they made a small bit of a boo boo.  Canterbury make the rugby kits for both England and Ireland and with most of the other power houses in the world of rugby signing deals with other sports manufacturers, the two are now their only hope as we …

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Joe Schmidt’s Masterplan Keeps Ireland On Course

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Joe Schmidt’s Ireland kept their Grand Slam aspirations very much alive following a pulsating 19-9 victory at the Aviva Stadium yesterday afternoon. Robbie Henshaw’s first test try gave Ireland enough momentum to make it past a stubborn England side, and in pole position to defend their Six Nations crown. Billed as Ireland’s toughest challenge of the championship, England came to Dublin …

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Six Nations: Injury-Hit England Announce Side To Face Wales

Stuart Lancaster today named his XV for Friday night’s Six Nations clash with Wales at the Milennium Stadium, a game which he will be without a number of his key players in. Danny Cipriani will have to be content with a spot on the bench alongside Nick Easter who has been the standout Number Eight in the Premiership this season. …

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Six Nations: Will It Be A Dream Year For The Red Rose?

The Six Nations is just around the corner and 2015 has the potential to be a momentous year for England Rugby. Is it inconceivable that the World Cup hosts can secure a Six Nations and World Cup double? Ozer McMahon discusses their potential for the former. Englands’s 2014 Six Nations Campaign After maintaining a 100% home record and securing a …

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Rugby: Who’s Hot & Who’s Not?

After another action-packed weekend of international rugby, Matt Cassidy is here to analyse the performances of the week’s heroes and zeros.    Who’s Hot? Dave Foley The U.L. Bohemians man had a Test debut to remember as he was named Man of the Match at the Aviva on Sunday. Foley put himself about the pitch with numerous carries and tackles against the hard-hitting …

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Autumn Internationals Rugby: Week 1 Preview

Saturday sees the start of the Autumn internationals in what is a very important 11 months for the competing nations, with the World Cup starting next September in England. Conor Luttrell previews this weekend’s games. England vs New Zealand, Saturday 8th November at 14:30 New Zealand come into this came as Rugby Championship winners, yet again, after they had the …

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