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Argentina coach Daniel Hourcade says that he feels they let a golden opportunity slip through their hands against South Africa and finished with a 13-6 defeat at Loftus Versfeld, in Pretoria on Saturday.
After struggling badly against the South African maul in 2013, 5 metres out from their own line and in a dangerous position Argentina put in a great collective and well coordinated effort to push the Springbok maul into touch and win a turnover during the Rugby Championship match in August 2014 at Loftus Versfeld in […]The post Argentina’s Monstrous Maul Defence appeared first on In The Loose.
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Photo Wales OnlineHaving won a lineout just five metres out from the Argentine tryline South Africa would, in theory, have been in a very solid position to create a try. Upon taking the lineout replacement Eben Etzebeth turned to present the ball to his teammates but rather than advance in a rolling maul the South Africans were forced several metres backwards and into touch.
Argentina’s fly-half Nicolas Sanchez believes the Pumas are earning a better reputation with every outing in the Rugby Championship despite not winning a game in their three years in the competition
South Africa’s Springboks were made to work for their opening victory in the Rugby Championship but eventually won the match 13-6 at Loftus Versfeld.
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Paul Dobson runs the rule over the Rugby Championship Test between South Africa and Argentina at Loftus Versfeld in Pretoria on Saturday.
Photo Rugby TucumanoCapped 57 times by Argentina giant second-rower Patricio Albacete has three Rugby World Cups to his name and numerous club titles in France and Europe playing for Toulouse. His impact on the field has seen him being regarded as one of the leading players in his position worldwide.
Argentina Pumas coach Daniel Hourcade has made two changes to their team to play South Africa’s Springboks in the Rugby Championship on Saturday.
South Africa will be without Victor Matfield for their Rugby Championship opener and could also lose skipper Jean de Villiers to injury
Argentina head coach Daniel Hourcade is confident his team can have an impact when they kick off their Rugby Championship campaign against South Africa in a fortnight
Photo Rugby FunArgentina completed a 56-22 victory over French Top 14 side Grenoble on Saturday to secure a two-nil series win. The South Americans played open, running rugby which saw some impressive tries being scored but also saw errors being made such as an intercept try being handed on a plate to Grenoble.
A number of readers from outside of Argentina have inquired as to how to get their hands on tickets for Rugby Championship matches in Argentina. The UAR has just released information explaining exactly how to do so. Official travel agencies allocated sales rights for Argentina’s home matches in Salta, La Plata and Mendoza have been named by the UAR
Aviva Premiership Rugby club London Welsh have strengthened their front row depth with the signing of Argentina loosehead prop Pablo Henn.
London Welsh have signed Argentina loose-head prop Pablo Henn from French side Limoges as they continue to bolster their squad in preparation for their Premiership return
Talking Rugby Union wanted to bring you all of the latest news from inside the Worcester Warriors camp as they prepare for a difficult season ahead in the RFU Championship.
Argentina will be captained by Worcester Warriors hooker Agustin Creevy for the forthcoming Rugby Championship
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Photo Deste Abajo RugbyQualifying matches for Rugby World Cup 2015 took place earlier today in Oceania and Africa, removing one of the remaining three vacant places for the tournament and casting doubt on who will claim the final regional spot. Countries set to face Argentina, and possibly Uruguay, were involved in games at Churchill Park in Lautoka, Fiji and Mahamasina Stadium in Antananarivo, Madagascar. In the process the eighteenth of twenty countries was confirmed for England 2015 and the confirmation of the nineteenth participant is now also close to being confirmed
Scotland ticked off their second continent of the three continent, 4 test “loony” tour with a visit to Argentina in Cordoba.