3 Winners and Losers from the Irish Provinces after the Two Opening Rounds of the Champions Cup

Not a lot has picked up in the way of Irish rugby since the anticlimactic experience that was the World Cup. In fact, only one of four games played the provinces has been won, Munster’s bonus point victory over Pro 12 minnows Treviso. Ulster V Oyonnax and Munster V Stade Francais were of course postponed … More 3 Winners and Losers from the Irish Provinces after the Two Opening Rounds of the Champions Cup

PART THREE: Rugby is Dying, if Not Already Dead

In an era of financial imbalance, concussions and complications, we discuss the current state and future of the game that we all love. Will France’s dominance ever fade from European club rugby and will Super Rugby survive the French magnetism? What changes have to be made to support the players that put their bodies on … More PART THREE: Rugby is Dying, if Not Already Dead

Three Reasons why you should hate Yoann Huget

Toulouse finished Yoann Huget used to be our favourite Frenchman, however, he has now done more than enough to change our opinion. Reason #1: He committed this malicious offence last weekend. Arguably accidental but if not, it’s the dirtiest piece of play we’ve ever seen.  Reason #2: He tried to introduce diving into the sport. … More Three Reasons why you should hate Yoann Huget