Conor Wilson Roar Rookie

Conor Wilson

Roar Rookie

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Once upon a time I was Jonny Wilkinson knocking over the Drop goal in 2003. Then I woke up. Its all been downhill from there. Rod Macqueen, Joe Schmidt and Will Greenwood are my heroes. And my proudest moment was putting Jason Robinson in for a try at the Samsung school of Rugby. It was truly Beautiful. Writer for the 1014 Rugby, and rare steak enthusiast.

Member Since:
 
September 2016
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Ilford
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Analysis: Ireland’s looper attack pattern

Analysis: Ireland's looper attack pattern

15 Feb 2018

Ireland coach Joe Schmidt was relieved to pinch a last-gasp win in France, but how will his game plan hold up against other Six Nations rivals?

Analysis: Ireland’s decoy and splitter variants

Analysis: Ireland's decoy and splitter variants

14 Feb 2018

There are many variations to Ireland’s tactic of playing their 3-3-1 pattern.

Eddie Jones coaching points: England vs Scotland

Eddie Jones coaching points: England vs Scotland

14 Feb 2018

Eddie Jones will be happy with aspects of England’s performance against Wales, and regardless of public persona, furious with others.

Analysis: Eddie Jones’ two-prong England attack

Analysis: Eddie Jones' two-prong England attack

10 Feb 2018

As of October 2017, nearly two years into Eddie Jones’ reign at Twickenham, England don’t have an attack coach.

Rod Macqueen: The unintended man behind the English curtain

Rod Macqueen: The unintended man behind the English curtain

8 Feb 2018

With teams that have been at the forefront of their game, we can always go back and see a moment, a point in time where that team did something.

What Scotland can learn from Italy getting in England’s face

What Scotland can learn from Italy getting in England's face

4 Mar 2017

For the first 60 minutes of their Six Nations match, England were flummoxed by Italy’s brilliant defensive strategy, to the point where the Italians led at halftime.