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Worcester Warriors came from being 14 points behind to earn a 34-all draw with Sale Sharks in the Aviva Premiership. Worcester allowed Sale Sharks to make an almost perfect start as the visitors to Sixways were leading 5-17 after just 18 minutes. The hosts did however work their way back into the match and by […] The post Worcester and Sale Sharks play to a draw appeared first on Rugby Week | Rugby News, Rugby Video & Fixtures.
The 1.30pm kick-off falls almost exactly 20 years to the day since Newcastle United’s Entertainers defeated Manchester United 5-0, Les Ferdinand confirmed as Shearer’s assistant manager to a star-studded squad which includes the likes of Faustino Asprilla, Peter Beardsley and Rob Lee. The following options are available for hospitality. To book or for more information please call 0191 214 2892 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
• Worcester 34-34 Sale• Warriors delight and frustrate in allowing Sharks to snatch unlikely drawWorcester’s agonising wait for a Premiership win goes on after surrendering victory at Sixways. The Warriors …
Sale fought back from being 31-17 down to salvage a 34-34 draw with Worcester in an enthralling Premiership clash at Sixways Stadium. The post Sale salvage draw at Sixways appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Phil Dowson is set for his 250th Premiership appearance as he leads Warriors against Sale Sharks at Sixways this Saturday. The post Preview: Worcester Warriors v Sale Sharks appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The shirt that the Saints will wear for their Champions Cup and Anglo Welsh Cup campaigns has today gone on sale from the Franklin’s Gardens Shop. A third release by official technical kit supplier Macron for 2016/17, the shirt is predominantly black, a section of black, green and gold on the torso and sleeve ensuring a touch of Saints tradition remains. Sizes are available from small to 5XL and,
Gloucester hooker Richard Hibbard praised fellow front-ranker John Afoa for his try against Sale last weekend. The post ‘John would love it’ – Hibbard appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Last weekend wasn’t bad, although it’s always frustrating to lose the GSP in the first game – I didn’t expect Gloucester to win away at Sale, but picked the other 5 matches in Round 3. More green arrows this week hopefully.
The lock-forward formed part of the side which lost 14-13 at home to Leicester Tigers last weekend, saying: “We said against Leicester that we had to fly in for the first 10 to 15 minutes to really set the tone, and the same applies down at Gloucester. “You can’t dawdle into games at this level and take 25 minutes to find your rhythm. If you do that you are going to be points behind, and it is important to do the same this weekend.
Premiership Rugby has today confirmed the Saints’ Aviva Premiership fixtures for either side of Christmas and the New Year. In Round 11, it’ll be Friday Night Lights to get supporters in the festive mood as Sale visit Franklin’s Gardens for a 7:45pm kick off on December 23rd. The New Year, meanwhile, will be seen in at Kingsholm as the Saints visit Gloucester on Sunday, January 1st for a 3pm kick
Sale Sharks centre Johnny Leota is expecting a tough match against Worcester Warriors when they travel to Sixways for Saturday’s fixture. The post ‘We need to right the wrongs’ – Leota appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The Wanderers are in Aviva ‘A’ League action this evening, taking on Worcester Cavaliers at Sixways (KO 7:30pm). Both teams are in the hunt for their first win of the campaign, the Wanderers having gone down to Newcastle at Kingston Park and Worcester losing to Sale Jets in week one. The Wanderers are largely unchanged from their trip to the north east, with Paul Hill coming into the front row to
Sale Sharks winger Will Addison has said his side were “simply not good enough” in their home defeat to Gloucester on Friday. The post ‘Simply not good enough’ – Addison appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Cover star Evan Olmstead talks beards, birth places and back-five forward play in a three-page in-depth interview, while the Canadian international is also the poster boy for this issue. Today’s programme, still amazing value at just £3, also includes: Scott Lawson on playing hooker Sonatane Takulua on tattoos, Tonga and his growing leadership role at the Falcons The lowdown on Leicester Tigers All the latest from the Community Foundation Academy Q&A with Max Davies Supporters Club update ‘From the press box’ by Falcons media manager Mark Smith, plus ‘Smithy’s Shorts’ diary column Match reports from Sale, Bath and Aviva A-League Dean Richards and Mick Hogan columns Aviva Premiership previews Photo special: Season ticket members’ evening Newcastle Thunder Shield final preview Player profiles Rugby quiz … and much, much more, all for the great price of just £3 from sellers in and around the ground
Gloucester director of rugby David Humphreys was delighted to see his side get a first win of the season away to Sale on Friday. The post Disappointment over for Gloucester appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Sale boss Steve Diamond was left frustrated by the loss of fly-half Dan Mugford during his side’s defeat to Gloucester on Friday. The post Diamond questions concussions protocols appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
Greg Laidlaw kicked 16 points for Gloucester to help them to a 13-26 victory over Sale Sharks in the Aviva Premiership at AJ Bell stadium. Laidlaw kicked four penalties and converted tries by John Afoa and Charlie Sharples for the Cherry and Whites.
Gloucester finally managed to register their maiden victory in the ongoing Aviva Premiership season, defeating Sale Sharks by 13-26 at AJ Bell Stadium on Friday.
• Sale 13-26 Gloucester• Head injury to Dan Mugford left Sale with 14 menSale director of rugby Steve Diamond believes the concussion protocols need addressing following their 26-13 …
Gloucester moved up to fourth in the Premiership standings after they got the better of Sale at the AJ Bell Stadium, winning 26-13 on Friday. The post Gloucester win at Sale appeared first on Planetrugby.com.
The Scarlets players are set to unveil their striking new away jersey this evening (Fri) as they run out against Ulster in their third Guinness PRO12 fixture of the season. The new-look away Kooga kit for the 2016-17 season with BT predominant on the front was placed on sale in store at Parc y Scarlets […]
Judgement Day returns on Saturday 15th April – when the four Welsh professional rugby teams meet at Principality Stadium in back-to-back Guinness Pro12 fixtures – and tickets for the attendance-record breaking event go on sale from 12 noon tomorrow (Friday). Cardiff Blues take on the Ospreys in the first clash of the day, kicking off […]
Steve Diamond, Sale Sharks Director of Rugby, wants consistency from his players to enable them to gain early-season momentum in the Aviva Premiership.
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IN THE SPOTLIGHT: After an unbeaten pre-season and a win in their Premiership opener against Sale Sharks – optimism was everywhere at Newcastle Falcons.
WLESH Rugby Union chairman Gareth Davies is hoping to shatter the Judgement Day attendance record with a Principality Stadium sell-out in April.