Tag: Adam Jones

STUDIO SHOW: Alex Corbiesiero re England, NBC, B & I Lions, Northampton, London Irish, Playing Again

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NEW YORK, NY – When a colleague like Alex Corbisiero comes in, it makes for a fun day at the office. After sitting in on our interview with Grant Cole of @ThisIsTxRugby, calling in from Texas with his uplifting story of the rugby community helping Hurricane Harvey’s victims, Alex stayed for another segment. And it […]

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Weekend Rugby Preview: HK7s, Taulupe Faletau, Blaine Scully, AP, Pro12, USA Rugby And World Rugby News

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NEW YORK, NY – Well club rugby, what do you have to say for yourself now!?! That seemed to be the thought of test rugby enthusiasts, who believe some rugby clubs view the club game as more important. It will be hard to top the drama of last weekend, but this weekend’s fixtures will give it […]

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Global Rugby Recap: Adam Jones, Bele Tabalala, Ben Cima, ENC, LV= Cup, WRPC, NACRA, USA Rugby, World Rugby News

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NEW YORK, NY – We may not see a weekend of more entertaining or tense rugby again this year. There were the several title deciding matches in the final weekend of the 6 Nations, the Women’s 6 Nations, the U-20 6 Nations and the 6 Nations “B”.  The LV= Cup also had a fantastic final […]

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Bakkies Botha: The Long Farewell

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Toulon and South Africa lock Bakkies Botha has revealed that the 2014/15 next season with the Top 14 and European champions from the south of France will be his last. The 35-year-old has enjoyed a rugby renaissance since leaving the Bulls for a new life on the Mediterranean coast after the 2011 […]

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Welsh Rugby is Dying

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BRISTOL, ENGLAND – Bristol, titans of the English game, are on the verge of signing one of the greatest props in Welsh history. According to reports in the British media, Adam Jones, out of contract with Ospreys, is ready to join the RFU Championship club, joining Wales national teammate Ian Evans in the English second tier. […]

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Six Nations Preview: Parisse To Miss BOD’s Dublin Farewell

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CASTRES, FRANCE – The fourth and penultimate weekend of the 2014 Six Nations could be the one that decides the tournament. Realistically, four teams – Wales, England, France and Ireland – are in the running for the title. The weird world of math insists we should add Scotland into the mix – but math and […]

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