Backs to the wall as New Zealand hang tough to beat France

November 12, 2013 James Harrington 4

CASTRES, FRANCE – New Zealand head to Twickenham to face England this weekend with their perfect record for 2013, but spirited France almost gave as […]

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How can mercurial France stop mighty New Zealand?

November 7, 2013 James Harrington 7

CASTRES, FRANCE – Dan Carter is set to win his 99th All Black cap, while skipper Richie McCaw returns to his favoured number 7 slot […]

The Rugby Championship: Wounded Wallabies, Maligned Meyer, Coasting Kiwis & Pouting Pumas

September 20, 2012 Junoir Blaber 16

IVORY COAST – After 4 rounds of The Rugby Championship, a few story lines are developing. Most significantly, adding Argentina to what was formerly known […]

Southern Hemisphere Rugby Tour 2012: How did SANZAR, Pacific Isles & Americas Grade vs Europe?

July 12, 2012 Junoir Blaber 10

West Ghana/USA – After grading the visiting teams last week,  let’s look at the host nations partaking in the Southern Hemisphere Rugby Tour of 2012: […]

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International Rugby Coaching Debutantes

May 17, 2012 Junoir Blaber 1

West Ghana, Bronx –Last week we looked at coaches affecting domestic tables. This week we look at international coaching… debutantes. Okay, so calling these coaches […]