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Heineken Champions Cup Round 2 Expert Predictions & Notes

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WESTWOOD, CA — The experts are back for round two of the Heineken Champions Cup kicking off today with the Leicester Tigers taking on Scarlets at Welford Road. Last week’s picks were set askew by the tie between Exeter and Munster, Toulouse’s win away against Bath, and by Newcastle’s fantastic victory over Toulon in southern […]

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Heineken Champions Cup Round 1 Expert Predictions, Notes

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European rugby finally returns today with as much excitement and fervor around the competition as there’s ever been. Reigning champions, Leinster, earned a record-tying 4th star last season after clinically waltzing through the competition and will open up the competition later today against Wasps in Dublin. After a few years of championship drought, the French […]

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Rugby TV and Podcast: Gallagher Premiership Rugby CMO Chris Mead on New Sponsor

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NEW YORK, NY – Gallagher, the highly-successful, family-run global company out of Chicago, is now a major force on the professional sports scene. CMO Chris Mead joins our Matt McCarthy in a candid conversation that includes: –Gallagher partnering with the English Premiership and Chicago Cubs in the same week. –Why Rugby? –Goals of the Company […]

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Champions Cup Semis Preview: Bilbao Awaits Potential All-Pro14 European Decider

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Cover photo by Getty Images DUBLIN, IRL — This weekend’s European Rugby Champions Cup semi-finals are bound to be explosive. Scarlets, making their first attempt at a European semi-final in many years, have been fantastic to watch and want to prove their readiness for the big stage. Racing 92, finalists only three years ago, covet […]

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Rugby TV & Podcast: 6N, ARC, Jim Hamilton, George Hook, Bryan Ray, Steve Lewis, Promotion/Relegation

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NEW YORK, NY – In Week 36 of our Fantasy Sports Network show, we’re giving you two segments re Six Nations competitions on both sides of the Atlantic in one place. As per the NatWest Six Nations, we had some maneuvering to do. Our comrade Peter Jackson is under the weather. Further, Martin Pengelly was […]

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Knockout Spots on the Line in Champions Cup Fifth Round

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Dublin, IRL — With the holiday season officially over we turn our attention away from domestic derbies back to the European stage as the contentious final rounds of Champions Cup loom over the next two weekends. For many clubs this weekend’s Round 5 matches are do-or-die scenarios, their last shot at attaining a spot in […]

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