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Wales v France 6 Nations Preview

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WESTWOOD, CA – We are under three hours away from the first Friday fixture of the 2016 RBS 6 Nations and the tension couldn’t be any higher as Wales in France set out to claim first spot at the top of the table. Just one point separates the two squads as they enter Round 3, […]

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Rugby World Cup: New Zealand v France Preview

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AUCKLAND, NZ, AND CASTRES, FRANCE – One Rugby World Cup quarter-final* really caught our attention at Rugby Wrap Up Towers – New Zealand v France. So, we cuffed our Super Rugby expert Jamie Wall and our Top 14 writer James Harrington to their computers and let them fight it out over the interweb. Here’s what […]

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The 6 Nations Team of the Tournament

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Please welcome Dominic Tracey of Rugby.net. His website is a statistician’s dream. RWU HEADQUARTERS – Since deciding a player of a match or a team of the tournament can be arbitrary, we decided to make it a much more fair process. The one thing that is not partial to anything put the facts is Science. […]

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6 Nations Picks: Our Panel’s 2015 Winners, Losers & Final Records

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The RWU Expert Panel is comprised of Rugby Rain Man Junoir Blaber, England’s Jamie Loyd, American Brit Nick Hall, infamous Ireland National, Declan Yeats, Englishman-in-Castres, James Harrington and contrived Kiwi Co-Host, Johnathan Wicklow Barberie. NEW YORK, NY – The 2015 6 Nations have come to a close. In an interesting twist, the panel race for […]

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6 Nations Picks: How Our Experts Fared

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The RWU Expert Panel is comprised of Rugby Rain Man Junoir Blaber, England’s Jamie Loyd, American Brit Nick Hall, infamous Ireland National, Declan Yeats, Englishman-in-Castres, James Harrington and contrived Kiwi Co-Host, Johnathan Wicklow Barberie. NEW YORK, NY – The penultimate round of the 2015 6 Nations was the round that changed the whole title race. […]

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Six Nations Recap: England Win Battle Of Wits In Cardiff

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Voices were raised in song at Cardiff’s Millennium Stadium on Friday – but it was the words to Swing Low Sweet Chariot not Bread of Heaven that soared heavenwards, as England delivered a huge psychological blow to future World Cup opponents Wales in the opening match of the 2015 RBS Six Nations. […]

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