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Aviva Premiership Preview: Round 13

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GLOUCESTER, ENGLAND – Gloucester and other sides are hoping that the thirteenth round is luck as the Premiership enters the third quarter of its season. This week and every week, RugbyWrapUp has you covered with our weekend preview of Round 13. Gloucester vs. Saracens Gloucester have the honor of hosting Saracens in the Friday evening matchup. The Cherry and Whites are coming off a […]

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New Year’s Resolutions for the Aviva Premiership

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LONDON, ENGLAND – 2014 was a good year for the Premiership, but 2015 promises to be even better. There’s a tight race for the playoff spots and the European Rugby Champions Cup bids, and an unprecedented level of competitive equality. Here at RugbyWrapUp, we take a look at each club’s New Year’s Resolutions, to make sure […]

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Aviva Premiership Recap: Saints on Top

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TWICKENHAM, ENGLAND – Saints are at the top of the Aviva Premiership table after squeaking by Harlequins in the seventh edition of the “Big Game.” 82,000 turned out to watch Northampton against Quins, while weekend action around the rest of the league saw the favorites prevail. Northampton v. Quins The match started off on a good […]

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Aviva Premiership Weekend Preview: The Big Game Returns and more

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LONDON, ENGLAND – The US may not celebrate Boxing Day, but that’s no reason not to enjoy the fixtures served up by the Premiership over the weekend. Everyone at RugbyWrap wishes you and yours a very Merry Christmas, and a Happy New Year to go along with our Aviva Premiership preview. London Irish v. London Welsh […]

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European Rugby Champions Cup Picks and Preview:

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Quick Note: Our Six Pack Panel of Experts are comprised of West Ghana’s Rugby Rain Man, Junoir Blaber,  English-American Nick Hall, infamous Ireland National, Declan Yeats, Man-In-Castres, James Harrington, England’s Jamie Loy and contrived Kiwi Co-Host, Johnathan Wicklow Barberie, the defending champ. BATH, ENGLAND – Few weekends in the European calendar are more exciting than the fourth […]

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European Champions Cup Round 3 Recap: Through Rain and Mud, English Clubs Shine

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LEICESTER, ENGLAND – On Sunday night, Leicester wrapped up a European Champions Cup weekend which saw six out of seven English sides victorious, with the only exception being Sale, who played Saracens. It was a remarkable performance from the Premiership sides, highlighted by Harlequins comfortable victory over Irish giants Leinster and the Tigers’ victory over reigning […]

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