St Helens prop James Graham is to end his playing career at the end of the 2020 Super League season,
Stephen Jones is looking forward to the challenge of facing Scotland in Llanelli on Saturday as Wales prepare to return to Guinness Six Nations action. Wayne Pivac’s side warmed up for the Parc y Scarlets match with a clash against Paris in France last…
His twitter bio lists him as ‘a prop with a dream to play centre’ and as we celebrate Cian Healy’s 100th cap it’s clear he was one of the first of a new breed of front rows who could fire a pass out the back as easily as he could pressure the opposition tight-head. The […]
Centre Robbie Henshaw replaces injured Garry Ringrose in the Ireland team for Saturday’s Six Nations game against France in Paris.
There is one change to the starting team and an historic milestone for Ireland’s most capped prop in Andy Farrell’s team to play France in the final round of the Guinness Six Nations Championship. Cian Healy, will win his 100th cap on Saturday evening in Paris. The centurion will be joined up front, in an […]
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Friday’s Super League games between Huddersfield and Castleford and Warrington and Salford are cancelled because of Covid-19 and injury issues.
Cardiff Blues sign Aberavon prop Rowan Jenkins as cover on a short-term contract.
Retired Wallabies player Drew Mitchell has slammed rugby union legend Nick Farr-Jones for his baffling comments on racism and his view towards the Black Lives Matter movement.
While a landmark international appearance haul is firmly within his grasp, Leinster and Ireland prop Cian Healy has his eye on the bigger picture. Should the Clontarf man be selected in his trademark loosehead role by head coach Andy Farrell in today’s team selection, it means he will pick his 100th cap in Saturday’s crunch […]
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Ireland captain Jonathan Sexton is hoping that a strong focus on team performance can help them to achieve their desired result in the Guinness Six Nations finale against France. In all likelihood, Andy Farrell’s side will require a bonus point triumph on Saturday night in order to secure the Championship title for a fourth time […]
Following over a year away from the international game, Munster lock Tadhg Beirne enjoyed a successful return to the Ireland team in last Saturday’s 50-17 bonus point win at home to Italy. The Kildare men’s previous most recent Test appearance before that was during last year’s Rugby World Cup quarter-final exit to New Zealand, when […]
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Wallabies flanker Ned Hanigan says thoughts of hanging the boots up crossed his mind as he battled severe concussion earlier in the year.
Caleb Clarke impressed on debut in Bledisloe CupYoungster is dangerous at pace, says Scott Wisemantel Australia attack coach Scott Wisemantel has warned the Wallabies not to give the ball away to All Black Caleb Clarke in Saturday’s third Bledisloe Cup…
Rugby: ‘A genuine hard man’ – Referee Nigel Owens picks All Blacks legend Richie McCaw as the hardest player he’s ever come across
By Liam Heagney of RugbyPass.com Veteran referee Nigel Owens has chosen the hardest rugby player he has ever come across on the pitch – two-time All Blacks World Cup-winning captain Richie McCaw. The official from Wales, who is…
Wallabies legend George Gregan, who was a member of the Australian team that last held the Bledisloe Cup in 2003, says he’s been impressed with the direction his former side is going under coach Dave Rennie.