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Why have laws in rugby? Leave a comment Read more »

Why have laws in rugby?

After a while away from writing an article this one is a result of watching a weekend’s worth of European Cup games with a bit of a view caused by discussions on Twitter. I tend to follow a lot of rugby accounts on Twitter and…


British Lions v Blues: What Went Wrong? Leave a comment Read more »

British Lions v Blues: What Went Wrong?

Having watched the Lions v Blues game, which is the second match of the 2017 British Lions tour there are a few things which worry me about the performance of the British Lions. Firstly, the much mentioned “Warren-ball” approach seems to be the go-to approach.…


How to beat the All Blacks at their own game Leave a comment Read more »

How to beat the All Blacks at their own game

As the 6 Nations nears, focus in Northern Hemisphere (“NH“) rugby will switch from national selection to Lions selection. The 6 Nations is an opportunity for players to stake a claim and prove themselves. However, is the starting point individual ability or is it playing…


Popular Rugby World Cup Slots Game Leave a comment Read more »

Popular Rugby World Cup Slots Game

Last year’s Rugby World Cup was celebrated around the world with a variety of stash, games and collectors items that were produced to celebrate the tournament. The tournament even influenced the gambling market, which saw the production of a new slots game called “Ruck and…


Pocock Again Calls for Rugby Ban in Schools Leave a comment Read more »

Pocock Again Calls for Rugby Ban in Schools

Once again an article in one of the UK newspapers is suggesting that rugby should be banned in schools. These types of articles seem to be wheeled out on a semi-regular basis backed by a report of Professor Pollock, which focuses on rugby as the…


RFU 's Artificial Grass Pitches Initiative: Is It A Good Idea? Leave a comment Read more »

RFU ‘s Artificial Grass Pitches Initiative: Is It A Good Idea?

At the last RFU Council meeting in December an announcement was made that the RFU will fund 100 floodlit artificial grass pitches (“AGPs“) over the next four years for grassroots rugby. The idea for the AGP strategy is, in theory, a very good one. These…


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