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George Smith, Earle, EETS, USA Rugby and World Rugby News

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NEW YORK, NY – It was another weekend of great rugby. Our coverage this week begins with the top three European leagues. Then we have another wide open round of Super Rugby action to go over, along with an important Tier 2 match. Before we get to that though we have to cover all of […]

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MacGinty, Kockott, Halaholo, Pisi, PRO Rugby, USA Rugby and World Rugby News

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NEW YORK, NY – Welcome to another weekend of fantastic rugby action. Our coverage begins with looking at the top three domestic competitions in Europe as playoffs loom. Then we take a look at all of Super Rugby action this weekend along with some Tier 2 coverage. Before we get to that though we have […]

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Top 14 Recap: Stade’s Matchwinner Plisson Stakes France Claim With 17-Minute Masterclass

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Jules Plisson dropped a clear hint to France coach Philippe Saint-Andre that he is ready to reclaim the national side’s number 10 jersey as he made a match-winning impact in the Top 14 as a replacement for Stade Francais against Bordeaux. The fly-half was on the pitch for only 17 minutes but […]

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Top 14 Preview: Sexton’s A Racing Certainty This Weekend – But McCaw Shrugs Off Pau Rumours

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Rumours that Richie McCaw would see out his career in France’s Top 14 after the 2015 Rugby World Cup would appear to be exaggerated. Earlier this week, the rugby press collectively wet itself over speculation that the All Black to rule them all could be heading to Pau, in the southwest of […]

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Six Nations Preview: Wales Favourites To Beat England, But It’s Ireland’s Title To Lose

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CASTRES, FRANCE – A record 114million-billion-zillion American Football fans are coming down after Sunday’s Super Bowl; rugby fans in the southern hemisphere are banking up expectation ahead of the opening round of Super Rugby – but, in Europe, the excitement is already ramped all the way up to 111 as the RBS Six Nations kicks […]

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France v Argentina Recap: Pumas Expose Gallic Flaws

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CASTRES, FRANCE – Arrogance cost France dearly against Argentina. Arrogance, along with frustrating inconsistency, inaccurate kicking, a lack of aggression, and the boot of Toulon-based fly-half Nicolás Sánchez, who kicked 15 of the Pumas’ 18 points as they won a tight encounter at Stade de France. France came into the game in buoyant mood after […]

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