Tag: Sam Warburton

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


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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Welsh Rugby is Dying


BRISTOL, ENGLAND – Bristol, titans of the English game, are on the verge of signing one of the greatest props in Welsh history. According to reports in the British media, Adam Jones, out of contract with Ospreys, is ready to join the RFU Championship club, joining Wales national teammate Ian Evans in the English second tier. […]

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Six Nations Picks: Six Pack’s Final Review


The RWU Six Pack is comprised of West Ghana’s Rugby Rain Man Junoir Blaber, England’s Knight of the Realm Jamie Loyd, East Midlands’ Machiavellian Rugger Nick Hall, the infamous Ireland National, Declan Yeats, the Irish-born, Castres-residing, lean(ish), mean(ish) writing machine, James Harrington and contrived Kiwi Co-Host, Johnathan Wicklow Barberie. LONDON, ENGLAND – The fifth and […]

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Six Nations Recap: Ireland Do It For BOD


CASTRES, FRANCE – It was a breathless, desperate, Irish backs-to-the-wall nail-biter of an end to the Six Nations. The French, the frustrating, mercurial, brazen, brilliant French, saved their very best till the very end. And the long final “Super Saturday” of the 2014 tournament was blessed with the perfect finale it had been crying out […]

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In-Depth Six Nations Analysis: Can Wales Rebound vs France?


Our latest RWU Contributor looks exclusively at Packs And Backs, thus his PAB nickname. Today, PAB provides some excellent, In-Depth Six Nations Analysis re Wales vs France. CARDIFF, WALES: Outfoxed by Joe Schmidt’s Ireland, the reigning Six Nations champions were given plenty of food for thought from their lethargic performance in Dublin. The mind wanders […]

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Six Nations Recap: Round 2


PARIS , FRANCE – Comprehensive victories for Ireland, England and France marked the second round of the 2014 RBS Six Nations Championship. While none of the three matches were particularly suspenseful, there was some entertaining rugby on offer, as Ireland made their title credentials clear, England rebounded from a disappointing loss to France and the […]

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