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Netflix’s “Six Nations: Full Contact” Read more »

Netflix’s “Six Nations: Full Contact”

Netflix’s venture into the muddy world of rugby, “Six Nations: Full Contact”, has sparked a mix of anticipation and debate among fans and critics alike. The series, aiming to do for rugby what Drive to Survive did for Formula 1, offers an unprecedented behind-the-scenes look…

7 Best Rugby World Cup Moments Read more »

7 Best Rugby World Cup Moments

The Rugby World Cup, a pinnacle of international rugby union tournaments, has consistently delivered unforgettable moments that have captivated fans worldwide. From jaw-dropping tries to heart-stopping matches, each tournament writes a new chapter in rugby history. This article revisits eight of the most memorable moments…

England's Rugby World Cup 2023 Preparation Read more »

England’s Rugby World Cup 2023 Preparation

England putting the product under pressure, with repeated poor performances. After 40 mins of watching the England v Wales this past Saturday, all I had written on my A4 pad, was totally uninspiring. Unless England can find some spark, they will continue to fail. Farrells…

6 Nations Legacy 2023 Read more »

6 Nations Legacy 2023

The first line of Bob Dylan’s, It’s All Over Now Baby Blue, sums it all up – “You must leave now, take what you need, you think will last.” So, what do the respective national coaches take away from this year’s 6 Nations? Ireland and…

2023 Women's Six Nations Fixtures: Rounds 1&2 Read more »

2023 Women’s Six Nations Fixtures: Rounds 1&2

The 2023 Women’s Six Nations Championship kicks off on March 25 and we are excited to see what this year’s competition will bring with all players now on some sort of professional contract for the first time in history. Will we see another dramatic win…

Lower Body Tackling & Power Running: Analysing England v France (6 Nations) Leave a comment Read more »

Lower Body Tackling & Power Running: Analysing England v France (6 Nations)

An often used phrase concerning players running hard and straight is “power running“. Indeed, in the demolition of England by France, the phrase, “England succumbed to the power running of the French forwards,” was frequently used. Prior to the England v France game, I watched…

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