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Rugby TV and Podcast: Six Nations & ARC: England/Saints Star Alex Corbisiero & Matt McCarthy, Analysis, Opinion

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NEW YORK, NY – In this Week 84 segment, the astute Alex Corbisiero, the England, Northampton Saints and British & Irish Lions star (now NBC analyst), joins Matt McCarthy re all things #6N and #ARC. Their coverage includes… Six Nations: -Does Warren Gatland have Europe’s best team? -Did France dispel the myth about not producing […]

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British and Irish Lions Delicately Poised Ahead of Crucial Maori All Black Clash

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Injury Update: Owen Farrell of the British and Irish Lions is out due to a quad strain. BREAKING: Owen Farrell ruled out of the Lions' match against Maori All Blacks with a quad strain, Dan Biggar will replace him on the bench. pic.twitter.com/hdiZGlYs6I — Sky Sports Rugby ? (@SkySportsRugby) June 15, 2017 ROTORUA, NZ – […]

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That’s A Wrap on Tremendous 2017 Six Nations. Here’s More!

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DUBLIN, IRL – If you weren’t watching Saturday’s Six Nations season finale triple-header, you might want to give Doctor Who a call and travel back in time to soak it all up in the moment.  The day started with and emotional send-off to Scotland head coach, Vern Cotter, who handed the Scottish baton to Glasgow […]

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Six Nations Third Round Review

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DUBLIN, IRL – The third round of the 2017 Six Nations wrapped up on Sunday following a weekend of pure craziness. Scotland’s victory over Wales to start the weekend pushed them up to their highest ever ranking in World Rugby’s classifications, pushing them into the top five. Ireland overcame an early deficit to score a […]

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British & Irish Lions XV Picks: A Second Take

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DUBLIN, IRL – Back in September I named my preferences for the starting XV for the British and Irish Lions for their tour the New Zealand later this year. I was adamant then, and am adamant now, that this tour will mean more than ever for the status of northern hemisphere rugby. The three test […]

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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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