Tag: Rhys Webb

STUDIO SHOW: Are Simon Zebo and Rugby Moms Rugby’s Demise? George Hook, Mark Griffin, Nick Murray, Pro14, IRFU, WRU

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NEW YORK, NY – Segment I of Show 20’s weekly Fantasy Sports Network show has Irish Rugby Personality George Hook, who also coached Connacht, London Irish & USA Rugby’s Men’s Eagles, joining former Eagle/current CEO of Play Rugby USA, Mark Griffin, County Kildare man, Nick Murray and our Matt McCarthy in a spirited 2 segments re: […]

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Over to you, Mister Warren Gatland; Lions Squad Selection Preview

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CARDIFF, WALES – Lions fans the world over are waiting with baited breath ahead of next Wednesday’s tour squad announcement. Debating who should be in the squad, starting XV and who should captain the tour has been a favourite pastime of rugby fans in clubhouses and pubs across the globe over the past few months. […]

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Rugby World Cup: Pool A Preview

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LONDON, ENGLAND – Friday, September 18, 2015. A date burned into the brains of rugby fans across the planet. The date that, after all the hype and preamble, the 2015 Rugby World Cup kicks off, as hosts England take on Fiji at Twickenham. Six weeks later, on October 31, we will know which nation will […]

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Pro12 Round-up: A Guide to Who’s Hot, Not, & Round 1 Review

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Dublin, Ireland- This past weekend marked the first round of the Guinness Pro12’s fifteenth season, formerly called the Celtic League, Magner’s League, and RaboDirect Pro12, a major milestone celebrating the growth of Irish, Welsh, Scottish, and Italian club rugby over the past 15 years. After a class performance in last year’s final against Munster at […]

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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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Six Nations Recap: Round 3

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LONDON, ENGLAND – For the second consecutive year, the Six Nations will end without a Grand Slam. However, because of the lack of any one dominant side, the championship is more intriguing than ever. Four teams possess a realistic chance to hoist the silverware in three weeks’ time, and the wild third round may have […]

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