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The Heineken Cup ended with a sudden bang this weekend, solving all sorts of problems – joy for some, hopes dashed for others. It was a wet weekend and a watershed one.
England will follow up on the silver medal they pocketed at the World Cup with some proper silverware, or so says our man Andrew Baldock…
The International Rugby Board (IRB) Under-19 World Championship-winning wing Kade Poki might have to wait just a tad longer before he makes his Super 14 debut for the Crusaders.
It’s getting tight in Europe with one more pool round to go before the teams for the knock-out rounds are decided.
We have three matches to extract some law situations this weekend – Biarritz vs Montauban, Bath vs Gloucester and Harlequins vs Leicester Tigers.
As 2007 draws to a close we are left to reflect on a superb year of rugby. A year that saw South Africa crowned as World Champions, Wasps claim a third Heineken Cup and the Bulls triumph in a thrilling Super 14 Final.
The dramatic year of 2007 has come to an end, and it played itself out with rugby, which means that we have some law points to talk about.
1. This prize draw (“Promotion”) is open to UK and non-UK residents over the age of 18. 2. Everyone who correctly answers the question and completes the entry form on the www.planetrugby.com between (a) Draw 1: 00.01am on Monday 20th August 2007 and 11.59pm on Thursday 24th August 2007; (b) Draw 2: 00.01am on Friday […]
The eagerly awaited Invesco Perpetual Series will see Wales take on Argentina and France in consecutive weekends on the 18th and 26th August.
Man of the match Chris Wyles believes that their friendship and great team spirit is the secret of their good form.