Pro12 2016-2017 Round 1 Predictions

The Pro12 is about to kick-off and it promises to be one of the most competitive yet. The Welsh sides have brought back players, all the 4 Irish sides will be competitive and Glasgow will be gunning for the title also. Here are my predictions for round 1. First here is a link to the... Continue Reading →

Aviva Premiership 2016-2017 Round 1 Predictions

The Aviva Premiership is almost here! Again we have exciting signings and it promises to be a close battle once again. Here are my predictions for the opening round of games. First here is a link to my season preview. Here is my 30 second 1 Line Predictions, for the reasoning read below. Gloucester... Continue Reading →

Aviva Premiership 2016-2017 Season Preview

Another exciting Aviva Premiership season is almost upon us. There have been the headline signings and success of the England team over the summer to build us up. With another participation agreement securely in place we should hopefully be able to talk about rugby and not off-field happenings. Here is how I see it all... Continue Reading →

Pro12 2016-2017 Season Preview

The “Guinness Pro12” is once again upon us with expectations this year as high as they have ever been for many teams. Off the back of mixed fortunes in the summer internationals, an ever increasing importance on qualifying for the Champions Cup, and some excellent recruitment, this promises to be as tight a Pro12 as... Continue Reading →

Weekend Rugby Review – 29 August

The second round of The Rugby Championship brought us controversy and a close finish. Here's my round-up of all the action from The Rugby Championship, Top14, Currie Cup, Mitre10 Cup and NRC. The Rugby Championship New Zealand 29 - 9 Australia Argentina 26 - 24 South Africa 2 from 2, 100% after 2 rounds! It's all going... Continue Reading →

Rugby Thoughts Ep8 – Aviva Premiership v Super Rugby Styles

  Rather than just looking at the difference in styles of rugby between the Aviva Premiership  and Super Rugby, I look into some of the factors that have caused the difference.  This video is in response to a question I got on twitter from Mark. Here is my answer to Mark's request. The... Continue Reading →

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