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A Baker’s Dozen Of #Rugbysnacks For Your Coffee Break

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NEW YORK, NY – There’s always a ton of Rugby News to track down at anytime. So we are here to help and you, our dedicated readers out. With that, here are 13 Rugby Headlines – with links – that I thought you might find worthwhile. 1) London 7s – The last and final leg […]

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7 Rugby Headlines For Your Coffee Break

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NEW YORK, NY – There’s always a ton of Rugby News out there and you can’t possibly catch it all. But we’re here to help. With that, here are 7 Rugby Headlines – with links – that I thought you might find worthwhile. 1) Ben Youngs drops out of the B & I Lions tour  […]

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Six Nations Round 1 Preview and Predictions

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DUBLIN, IRE – The 2017 Six Nations is finally here to the dismay of cardiologists across the world. The Championship has produced some incredible action in its long history, and we can only hope we get some more of that heart-stopping play. Get ready for Saturday’s and Sunday’action with all three match previews and check out […]

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Clermont-Auvergne: A Curse Continues for Top 14 Teasers

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BERLIN, GERMANY – Clermont have a history of treating their fans in the same way humans tease kittens. Glory is dangled tantalizingly before thousands of expectant eyes, but just as the fans are ready to pounce, that glory is brutally yanked away. Clermont’s history of Top 14 final appearances reads: played 12, won 1. Add […]

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2015/16 World Rugby HSBC 7s Preview

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New York, NY – It is once again time for the kick-off of the World Rugby HSBC Sevens World Series. This season begins with the Dubai 7s. As we did last year, we will preview each of the teams before the season starts along with a preview of each stop on the tour. The teams […]

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Six Nations Round 5 Recap: Irish Kings… and Queens!

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DUBLIN, IRELAND: Days like Saturday are how legends are made. Going into the day, hopes were high for a display of attacking rugby which rarely pokes through the Six Nations’ traditionally conservative hide. For years, critics have lamented the lack of try-scoring bonus points, the tournament’s winter placement, and other factors which contribute to the attritional tendencies of […]

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