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Cinco de Mayo: 5th Month, 5th Day… Best Number 5 In Rugby

“Les Français n’ont pas perdu ce jour-là. Collez votre nez.” PUEBLA, MEXICO – In celebration of this Mexican/American holiday commemorating the Mexican army‘s unlikely victory over French forces at the Battle of Puebla on May 5, 1862, we figured we’d keep the this Party Of 5 – 5th day, 5th month – with our pick […]

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Rugby’s Greatest Upsets

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“In the RWC, they look the real deal and roll up centuries on teams like it was cricket during pool play.” GHANA – After reading fellow RWU contributor DJ Eberle’s article on March Madness & Rugby, I saw a correlation between the upsets that make March Madness special and those that have shocked the rugby […]

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Global Experts Analyze Six Nations & Fight To Avoid Wooden Spoon

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“It’s St. Patrick’s Day in London and the Irish will be pounding the streets like Godzilla in Tokyo.” CARDIFF, WALES – Our quartet of West Ghana’s Rugby wunderkind Junoir Blaber, Ireland’s quick-witted fly-half (that’s redundant) Kevin Fegan, new-comer and French #8 Pyk O’Kallapfer and contrived Kiwi Johnathan Wicklow Barberie pick the the big matches for […]

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Six Nations: Our Experts Pick Winners & Margins

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CARDIFF, WALES – Our quartet of West Ghana’s Rugby wunderkind Junoir Blaber, Ireland’s quick-witted fly-half (that’s redundant) Kevin Fegan, new-comer and French center Pyk O’Kallapfer and contrived Kiwi Johnathan Wicklow Barberie pick the the big matches for you. This week it’s the Six Nations… Straight from the Holy Grail, here are their picks:

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