Tag: Dan Biggar

Over to you, Mister Warren Gatland; Lions Squad Selection Preview

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CARDIFF, WALES – Lions fans the world over are waiting with baited breath ahead of next Wednesday’s tour squad announcement. Debating who should be in the squad, starting XV and who should captain the tour has been a favourite pastime of rugby fans in clubhouses and pubs across the globe over the past few months. […]

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Champions Cup Picks Review and Notes

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LOS ANGLES, CA – The rugby world should be standing proud this week after the events of last Friday’s horrific attacks in France. Seeing the scale of the atrocities at hand, every fixture in theEuropean Rugby Champions Cup was preceded by a poignant minute of silence, a remembrance of the victims and all those affected […]

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Rugby World Cup: Pool A and Pool B Recap

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Now we know which teams have reached the quarter-finals of the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and it’s a Rugby Championship v Six Nations face off as New Zealand face France, South Africa take on Wales, Argentina play Ireland and Australia are against Scotland. Here’s how the teams from Pools A and B […]

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Rugby World Cup Recap: Wales v Fiji and France v Canada

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Sometimes, even Dylan Thomas can’t cut it, and describing the extent of Wales’s struggles to put down a spirited Fiji in the Rugby World Cup Pool C clash requires help from a poet of another Celtic nation. Fortunately, Robbie Burns is always on hand to give the bard of the valleys a […]

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Rugby World Cup Weekend Recap: Pools A and B

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Rugby World Cup hosts England headed to Twickenham on Saturday full of quiet confidence. They left devastated after Wales collectively channelled Die Hard hero John McClane and refused to be beaten. The pressure is now on Stuart Lancaster’s men in white, who find themselves third in Pool A, with a must-win match […]

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Heineken Cup Kicks Off With Bang: James Harrington With Highlights & Notes

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CASTRES, FRANCE – If this turns out to be the last Heineken Cup, it has shown us all early on just what we’re about to give up. The first weekend featured more tries than you could shake Matt Giteau at, surprise defeats, cliche-confirming rousing fightbacks, sphincter-clenching tension – and moments like Dion Berryman’s astonishing airborne […]

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