There is more than enough hate to go around when the team from the capital take on their Harbour City rivals, writes Matt ClearyAnd so to the mighty stadium Allianz …
The 12 teams taking part in the 2014 Women’s Rugby World Cup have now arrived in France and took part in a photocall in Paris to launch the event
Logo for the Super Bowl Champs of American Football, the Seattle SeahawksWord is out the the Super Bowl Champion Seattle Seahawks have a training video out, and that part of it is that they are teaching tackling in such a way as to try to make it safer for NFL players”How we teach this system of tackling was recently inspired by those who play rugby around the world. Rugby players have taken the head out of the game and truly exemplified shoulder tackling.” – Pete Carroll
As players continue to get bigger, the hit’s we are seeing are getting better and better. Here are 10 of the biggest and baddest bosh merchants in rugby; 1. Manu Tuilagi It’s amazing to think Tuilagi is still only just 23 given his size and power, just check out the video below to see how […]The post Rugby’s Top 10 Bosh Merchants appeared first on In The Loose.
With the rugby season over in the Northern Hemisphere, and a lack of lack of Sky meaning there’s no rugby for me to watch at the moment, its at this time in the year that the only way to get my fix is to turn to the games console… Now although an optimist I think […]The post My Rugby 15 Wish List appeared first on In The Loose.
All Black captain Richie McCaw may not have intended it to be a put-down directed at the Sharks, but it will be a remark that will hit hard and hurt badly.
It's the 22nd Super Rugby Final this weekend and, for the third time, Craig Joubert is the referee.
Director of rugby dismissed at end of last season Gloucester finished ninth after defeat on final dayNigel Davies, who was sacked as Gloucesters director of rugby at …
Springbok Eben Etzebeth has been spotted in full training for the Western Province side after sitting out the entire Super Rugby season.
Wales international Ian Gough has been found guilty of assaulting his ex-girlfriend, former Miss Wales Sophia Cahill
New Zealand are in France to defend their title which they claimed after a thrilling final against England in 2010. Team captain Fiao’o Faamausili said: “We’re all here for the same reason, to win the World Cup. There’s definitely pressure there but it’s how we deal with it
Although originally a star for the USA at full test level, in recent years Marchino’s face has become more familiar in a 7s shirt, where her powerful finishing and turn of pace, has helped her become one of the top 7s players on the circuit. Her 7s days in a national shirt came however to an abrupt end last year when a shift in qualification rules for US Olympic sports meant that she no longer qualified to be part of the programme.Read more about Marchino making up for lost time
Schools rugby, or what's left of it, is getting back into gear as the season peters towards an end. For two of the teams there is certainly good news this week.
The current pre-tournament rankings show how close the World Cup is likely to be. England hold a slender lead over New Zealand, from being more active over the past twelve months, plus holding a 5-3 (with one draw) advantage in test matches between the two countries since the last tournament. However France are not far behind, there is nothing to choose between Canada and the United States, while Ireland hold firm grip on sixth place
South Africa's gold medal-winning BlitzBokke flew out of Glasgow with mixed feelings, after their triumph over New Zealand in the Sevens Final.
Photo UARAlongside Patricio Albacete, Santiago Fernández and Eusebio Guiñazú Gonzalo Tiesi was match fit but not selected for either the June internationals or the Rugby Championship training squad. The non-selection of Tiesi by Daniel Hourcade has, as such, resulted in the twenty-year old being involved in pre-season training with the Newcastle Falcons in full capacity. It marks the first time in the career of the 37 time capped outside centre that he has not been selected when fit and Tiesi admits that his non-selection has been ”a hard one for me to take”.
In our 152nd rugby podcast we have an awesome interview with Waratahs Captain Dave Dennis and then go straight back to wanging on about the super rugby finals The post GAGR Rugby Podcast 152 with Dave Dennis appeared first on Green and Gold Rugby.
The IRB has done it again. It ignores the need to streamline a global season, despite almost all rugby stakeholders wanting one.
Alex, Pat, and Bruce look into a variety of issues, but it’s Bruce’s grand polemic on college rugby that stops the show. To download audio file directly to your computer right click here and select ‘save as’
The class and guile of Dan Carter has quickly been identified by the Waratahs with defensive coach Nathan Grey devising a special strategy against him.
We’ve all been there, the middle of a game and suddenly we have a brain fart which results in us doing something completely stupid that is sure to earn a “d**k of the day” nomination. Here are 25 people who completely forgot how to rugby at the worst possible moment; 1. Ally Strokosch & Joe […]The post 25 People Who Completely Forgot How to Rugby appeared first on In The Loose.
London Irish Academy Coaching trio of Nick Kennedy, Declan Danaher And Paul Hodgson have named their team for the Group B round of the Premiership Rugby 7s at Kingsholm on Thursday evening.
Springbrok prop Tendai Mtawarira, know as “Beast”, has revealed that he is planning a move to the French Top 14 at after the World Cup. The Sharks player confirmed he plans to leave the Durban based side after the 2015 World Cup in England and is hoping to secure a move to France, preferring it […]The post Mtawarira Plots Post-World Cup French Move appeared first on In The Loose.
Reading the Olympic Sevens thread made me think about the available pace among NZ outside backs at the moment. I’ll make it clear early that I’m not saying the All Blacks are too slow, as we demonstrated in 2011 that you don’t need lightening quick outsides to win RWC, but its fair to say that after Savea we don’t have a lot of out and out quick guys at the top level, should we need a pace injection.