Saturday, December 7, 2019
Rugby Sport24.co.za | Former Wales skipper names 2 Boks in best-ever XV

Rugby Sport24.co.za | Former Wales skipper names 2 Boks in best-ever XV

Springboks 2019-11-27 12:26 Bryan Habana (Gallo) Cape Town - Former Wales captain Sam Warburton has named two Springboks in a side of 15 of the best internationals he has ever played against. The 31-year-old, who retired in 2018 with 79 Test caps to his name, includ
Rugby Mourinho’s welcome party ends with a win, Gordon D’Arcy says focus on the clubs

Rugby Mourinho’s welcome party ends with a win, Gordon D’Arcy says focus on the...

José Mourinho’s first home match in charge of Tottenham was one to remember, as Spurs came from behind to beat Olympiakos 4-2 and progress to the last-16 of the Champions League last night. The Greek visitors were 2-0 up in north London after just 19 minutes, Youssef El-Arabi and Ruben Semedo on target. However a…
Rugby Gordon D’Arcy: Clubs still hold the key to transformation of Irish rugby

Rugby Gordon D’Arcy: Clubs still hold the key to transformation of Irish rugby

Rugby in Ireland used to be all about the club. That’s where you began and where you ended. Professionalism made it about something else. Serious enough week in the D’Arcy household. All hands on deck. Between battling an outbreak of chickenpox, I got around to reading the Economic and Social Research Institute’s (ESRI) report commissioned…
Rugby Sam Warburton omits two All Blacks greats in ‘best international team he’s faced’ XV

Rugby Sam Warburton omits two All Blacks greats in ‘best international team he’s faced’...

Sam Warburton has snubbed two All Black greats in his 'best international team he's faced' XV. The former Welsh backrow – who retired last year – named the team in his new autobiography – Open Side. However, there was no room for two of New Zealand's all-time greats, Dan Carter or Richie McCaw. Instead Warburton…
Rugby Tadhg Furlong comes through tough Lyon test unscathed

Rugby Tadhg Furlong comes through tough Lyon test unscathed

Tadhg Furlong of Leinster runs out prior to the match against Lyon Tadhg Furlong has come through unscathed from a demanding shift in Lyon. The Ireland tight-head was slowly reintroduced to action after the World Cup in light of a back complaint. He got a serious workout from the French club's scrum unit, problem-solving after…
Rugby McFadden boost for Leinster but Cronin still sidelined

Rugby McFadden boost for Leinster but Cronin still sidelined

Updated / Monday, 25 Nov 2019 15:21 Fergus McFadden is closing in on a return to action Fergus McFadden is a step closer to coming back into the Leinster fold after being sidelined for a month with an elbow injury, but Sean Cronin has still some way to go before making his return to action.…
Rugby The Offload: Schmidt book the more ordinary for absence of key details

Rugby The Offload: Schmidt book the more ordinary for absence of key details

‘Ordinary Joe’ can be used by publishers to convince athletes and coaches of the need to hire a professional writer to work alongside them. Ironically, more information is gleaned about the former Ireland coach in two terrific one hour interviews to promote the book by Keith Duggan (The Irish Times) and Brendan Fanning (The Sunday…
Rugby Sam Warburton snubs Richie McCaw and Dan Carter in best international team

Rugby Sam Warburton snubs Richie McCaw and Dan Carter in best international team

TOKYO DISNEY RESORTAll Black greats Richie McCaw and Dan Carter donned the Mickey Mouse ears, went on the teacup ride, and enjoyed a mouse-themed iceblock at Tokyo Disneyland recently.New Zealanders made up more than one-third of Sam Warburton's best international XV, but two names were notable omissions. The former Wales and British and Irish Lions…
Rugby It’s substance over style as Leinster grind way to victory

Rugby It’s substance over style as Leinster grind way to victory

Lyon 6 Leinster 13 Leinster's Jonathan Sexton is tackled by Lyon's Julien Puricelli (left) and Carl Fearns. Photo: Sportsfile This was the grittier side of Leinster on a dirty day in Lyon. The Top 14 leaders may have no pedigree in this tournament, but they threw the kitchen sink at the four-time champions who needed…

Rugby Solid Sexton claims victory for Leinster at Lyon

AFP / ROMAIN LAFABREGUE Leinster's heroic defensive display guided the four-time European Champions Cup winners to victory over Lyon An impressive defensive stand and an inspired Johnny Sexton guided record four-time winners Leinster to a 13-6 victory at Lyon in the European Champions Cup on Saturday.Last year's runners up remain unbeaten in Pool 1 and…

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