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Rugby TV and Pod: SERGIO PARISSE, Italy, Stade Francais Mega Star pre #TheRugbyWeekend

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NEW YORK, NY – This was a fun one. Sergio Parisse is star – a rock star in rugby. But he’s also a charismatic, charming and friendly guy that has a twinkle in his eye. He’s easy to talk to, especially about rugby. And he can do so in FOUR languages. In this Week 68 […]

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Rugby TV and Podcast: HSBC 7s Series, USA Women’s 7s, College Rugby’s Battle For The Mitten

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NEW YORK, NY – In this Week 68 segment of our Fantasy Sports Network Show, Steve @LizardRugby Lewis went to Rugby Town, USA – Glendale, CO – for the American stop on the HSBC Women’s 7s Series 6-country tour. Meanwhile, Matt McCarthy was with Ryan Ginty of Next Level Rugby up north for the first annual […]

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Six Nations Analysis, News, Nuggets

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DUBLIN, IRELAND – Round 1 of the 2017 RBS Six Nations is in the books and, as always when it comes to The Championship, it was unpredictable. Pre-tournament favorites struggled with mediocrity, newly capped players put in big performances, and the tournament saw it’s very first losing bonus point. Business as usual when it comes […]

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Rugby World Cup: Pool D Preview

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LONDON, ENGLAND –  Three Six Nations rivals line up in Pool D of the Rugby World Cup. History dictates that France and Ireland will qualify ahead of Italy – with the big question on most people’s lips being who will go on to lose to pre-tournament champions-elect New Zealand in the quarter-finals. That does Canada […]

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Top 14 Recap: Stade Have Last Laugh Despite Reffing Howler

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CASTRES, FRANCE: The clock is ticking down on the Top 14 season and this weekend brought with it more than its fair share of promotion and relegation issues – not to mention a reasonable smattering of controversy. With the Rugby World Cup looming and seasons ending – adding just a dash of relegation and promotion […]

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Six Nations Round 5 Recap: Irish Kings… and Queens!

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DUBLIN, IRELAND: Days like Saturday are how legends are made. Going into the day, hopes were high for a display of attacking rugby which rarely pokes through the Six Nations’ traditionally conservative hide. For years, critics have lamented the lack of try-scoring bonus points, the tournament’s winter placement, and other factors which contribute to the attritional tendencies of […]

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