Wednesday, January 25, 2023

Tributes Flow For Out Gay Australian Bobsledder Simon Dunn

Simon Dunn. Images: Facebook Tributes flowed for out gay Australian rugby player and former bobsledder Simon Dunn, who died at the age of 35, on Saturday.  “Our thoughts and deepest condolences are with Simon’s family and loved ones during this very difficult time. He will be deeply missed but his impact on sport and legacy…

Friend has ‘no doubt’ that Aki will remain at Connacht

Connacht director of rugby Andy Friend says he has "no doubt" that Bundee Aki will be at the province next season. The Ireland international's absence from the squad in recent weeks has been a major talking point, with the centre last featuring in their defeat to Ulster on 23 December. While Aki was officially rested…

RUGBY WORD CUP 2019

RUGBY WORLD CUP 2023

It’s advantage USA and Portugal in race for final ticket to...

USA lead the Final Qualification Tournament table on points difference from Portugal after both teams picked up bonus-point wins in the first round of matches at The Sevens Stadium in Dubai. There has only ever been one Rugby World Cup without the USA present, in South Africa in 1995, and the current crop of Eagles…

ALL BLACKS AND SPRINGBOKS FACE OFF AT TWICKENHAM STADIUM PRIOR TO...

London, UK - Rugby heavyweights New Zealand and South Africa are set to go toe-to-toe in an historic fixture at Twickenham Stadium on Friday, 25 August (KO 7.3srcpm). The hotly anticipated match will form part of their final preparations for Rugby World Cup (RWC) 2src23, which kicks off just two weeks later with the All…

RUGBY PLAYERS

What’s happened to the ‘little cannonball’ once compared to Scott Gibbs...

Call off the search party — Keiran Williams is alive and well and living in south-west Wales. Eye-witness sightings of this mystery man in Merthyr last Saturday afternoon suggest he occasionally travels. What to make of it all? Williams appeared as a replacement for Swansea against Merthyr in an Indigo Welsh Premiership encounter at The…

The shambolic Wales player ratings as Alun Wyn Jones and Dan...

Wales were humiliated in Cardiff as they crashed to a shock Six Nations defeat against perennial basement battlers Italy. It was the Azzurri’s first win in 37 matches in the competition. Wales were dismal, attempting to open up before they had subdued the visitors up front and failing to set in piece a decent platform.…
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