Exeter Chiefs’ momentous rise continued with maiden Aviva Premiership title.

In 1996 the Devon club were competing down in the fourth tier of English rugby. Now 21 years later they've become the Champions of England after beating Wasps in an enthralling final. Exeter Chief’s head coach Rob Baxter refused to call this a fairy-tale story. Instead he described it as the end of a ‘very long... Continue Reading →


Semesa Rokoduguni and Denny Solomona will have no better opportunity to prove themselves in an England shirt.

Head coach Eddie Jones faces a potential selection headache ahead of England’s first autumn Test against Argentina on November 11th. The Red Rose have usually got a plethora of talent in the wing position at their disposal, but that has been hijacked by injuries with Jack Nowell, Eliot Daly and Jonny May all ruled out... Continue Reading →

Six Nations Opening 2 weeks Summary

Hard hits, muddy pitches and shear entertainment. The Six Nations is back, and this year looks the tightest competition in history. We have had two rounds of fixtures and Ireland are the early pacesetters with two comprehensive wins followed closely by France. The team in green have dispatched Scotland and defending champions Wales at the... Continue Reading →


Impressive Autumn Internationals; England Can Push For 2015 Now…

“Good…but could be better”. These were the words used by England Head Coach Stuart Lancaster to describe England’s performances over the autumn season.  England had started the series impressively with a solid performance against Australia in a rematch of the 2003 world cup final. A good win against Argentina followed a week later before the... Continue Reading →


Harlequins Up Against It

It has been a tough start for Harlequins this season in both the Aviva Premiership and  Heineken cup; with the team sitting seventh in the league followed by opening defeats to Scarlets at the Stoop and Clermont across the shores yesterday in the Heineken Cup. Harlequins have found themselves in a tough pool for the... Continue Reading →


Why the Lions will roar in Australia

I have a good feeling about the Lions tour this year. For the first time for a while, I truly think that we can turn over the wallabies in their own backyard by winning the test series 3-0. It may be early to come to these conclusions but these are the three main reasons why... Continue Reading →


The Six Nations Decider: Wales V England

Saturday could see England win their first Glam Slam since 2003 in the six nations if they beat Wales in Cardiff. Stuart Lancaster’s men will be hoping that they can follow in the footsteps of the side that went on to win the Rugby World Cup when Jonny Wilkinson scored the famous drop kick to... Continue Reading →


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