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Dan Carter Sabbatical a Good Example?

August 14, 2013 Nicholas Hall 2

CHRISTCHURCH, NEW ZEALAND – It’s difficult to think of a sport that is more physically demanding than rugby. Though American football purists will certainly make […]

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Welsh Rugby Faces Difficult Path Forward

August 6, 2013 Nicholas Hall 3

CARDIFF, WALES – At a time when things couldn’t be better for Wales on the international front, things can hardly get worse for the domestic […]

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World Cup of Clubs: Toulon Fires Salvo but North vs South Dream Deferred

July 30, 2013 Nicholas Hall 18

TOULON, FRANCE –  Not content with their European title, Toulon want to rule the world. Last year, the French squad triumphed in the Heineken Cup thanks […]

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Ireland Rugby Woes Deepen Following Debenture Disaster

July 23, 2013 Nicholas Hall 22

DUBLIN, IRELAND – On the surface, 2013 has been a decent year for Irish rugby. Though the national side struggled during the Six Nations, they […]

London Irish vs American Barbarians: Why RugbyLaw’s Failure Is A Blessing

July 11, 2013 Nicholas Hall 24

BOSTON, MA –  RugbyLaw International, a company based out of Minnesota, caused quite a stir a few months ago when they announced hugely ambitious plans […]