The introduction of adapted laws during the COVID pandemic in both rugby union and rugby league has resulted in a faster product, with increased continuity where both players and coaches can produce a more exciting game.
Posted in England Rugby, International Rugby, Rugby Events, Tournaments and Competitions Tagged Six Nations
The 2021 Six Nations tournament had its fair share of surprises and the odds-on England finishing 5th would have broken the bank. To all coaches, players, and spectators, it is interesting to look at the learnings and the takeaways. What caught your eye? What frustrated…
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Round 4 of the 2021 Six Nations resulted in some exciting and (arguable) surprising results. England v France (23-20) Was this game the new playing model OR two teams simply playing the game correctly? This match demonstrated perfectly that when both teams want to play…
Posted in England Rugby, International Rugby, Rugby Events, Tournaments and Competitions, Twickenham Events
Six Nations rugby has come under fire of late for a lack of excitement, but statistics from the last 10 tournaments tell a very different story.
Key issues and risks that are currently affecting players, coaches and rugby clubs (and likely to affect in the near future) as well as a list of solutions and recommended approaches to these issues and risks.