Tag: Julian Savea

British and Irish Lions Stand On The Precipice of Immortality Ahead Of Final All Blacks Test

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New York, NY – The 2017 British and Irish Lions will have the opportunity to write their names in rugby folklore on Saturday when they take on the All Blacks in the third test of their tour of New Zealand.  After a sobering loss in the first test in Auckland, the Lions bounced back last […]

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Inspired Ireland Earn Emphatic Victory in Chicago

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CHICAGO, IL – Yes, Ireland did follow the Cubs into sports history. Chicago, the Windy City, played host to not one, but two of the greatest moments in sports history last week: the Cubs breaking the 108-year Curse of the Billy Goat and, more importantly, Ireland finally vanquishing the All Blacks after 111 years of […]

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LangiLangi Haupeakui: PRO Rugby Sacramento Express Find a Diamond in the Rough

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SAN DIEGO, CA – Who do you think of when you hear the term “Beast Mode?” Maybe it’s the Tuilagi brothers, New Zealand’s Julian Savea or Ma’a Nonu, or perhaps the USA’s own Danny Barrett. Sooner rather than later, you’re going to think of this man: LangiLangi Haupeakui. One of the newest capped USA Eagles is […]

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RWU’s Rugby World Cup Final Preview

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AUCKLAND, NEW ZEALAND – Well done, fans of afternoon kick-offs: you got your wish. Despite all evidence being against the claim that rugby in the daylight is somehow more exciting, the Rugby World Cup final will kick off at 4pm. Only problem is that’s 4pm London time. Which means the home audiences of the two […]

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Rugby World Cup: Semi-Final Recap and Bronze Final Preview

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NEW YORK, NY – Courtesy of of my new website, Americas Rugby News, a merger of talents between myself and other great writers, we present our recap of the semi-finals and prepare you for the RWC Bronze Medal Match. New Zealand were able to fight off a very determined South Africa team. Australia were relentless […]

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Rugby World Cup: Quarter-Final Recap

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Heartbreak, euphoria, humiliation, tension, disbelief and despair – the Rugby World Cup quarter-finals wore all their emotions on their sleeves in a weekend that had tournament organisers breathing more easily than at any time since England’s ignominious and drawn-out departure became apparent with a match of the group stages to play. New […]

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