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The Rugby World Cup has come of age

The Rugby World Cup has come of age

6 Oct 2015

Sunday morning started with another Japanese masterclass in diligence and teamwork as they blitzed Samoa from the outset at Milton Keynes to run away 26-5 victors.

Dashing false hope

Dashing false hope

25 May 2015

The table-topping Hurricanes made short work of the Blues at Eden Park on Saturday night, stepping out to a 29-5 win and not needing all their front liners to do it.

Swamped by flankers

Swamped by flankers

19 May 2015

Darwinism was particularly cruel to the unviables this weekend, and even some of the more advanced rugby species saw their habitats shrink. Slipping around in the gore looking for a pattern was tough, but I found one.

Age shall not weary Richie McCaw

Age shall not weary Richie McCaw

28 Apr 2015

It’s a little twee perhaps, on the weekend we honour our fallen, to talk of rugby players as heroes.

Hard-earned win for All Blacks

16 Sep 2008

There were moments during the Brisbane Test when I thought the Bledisloe Cup and Tri-Nations were lost to New Zealand. Jonathan Kaplan was whistling up a storm at the breakdown, not allowing time for a real contest on the ground, so there was never a margin for the All Black loose forwards to gain their […]

The Tri-Nations is all thrills, spills and bull honky

9 Sep 2008

Robbie Deans and the Wallabies pulled off a tremendous victory in Durban. The Springboks had been humiliated 0-19 a week before by the All Blacks in Cape Town, and everyone was certain that a backlash would follow directly.

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