Print Screen Editor Olivia Garrett and Jacob Sturgess delve into the history of England vs Wales, ahead of their Round 3 6 Nations clash on Saturday, looking at what the rivalry means to those in red and those in white.
Six Nations 2021: Round One Wrap Print Sport Editor, Nick Powell, reviews the first weekend of the Guinness Six Nations Prior to their victory on Saturday since Scotland last won at Twickenham, the Berlin Wall has fallen and the Cold War ended, the UK has had 10 elections and seven Prime Ministers, rugby has introduced […]
Online Sport Editor Harry Scott-Munro previews the 2021 6 Nations Championship.
Online Sports Editor Harry Scott-Munro looks at the history of the Rugby Football Union, as rugby’s first governing body celebrates it’s 150th birthday.
Joshua Hughes reviews the 2020 Autumn Nations Cup and how each team fared in an imperfect tournament for an imperfect year.
Eddie Jones: New Contract for England’s Australian Hero Harry Scott Munro, Online Sport Editor, provides an analysis of Eddie Jones’ tenure and his future challenges following a new deal during the Covid-19 lockdown Amongst the cacophony of articles and news concerning the Covid-19 outbreak, you may have been forgiven for failing to notice the big […]
Nick Powell, Print Sport Editor, reviews the third week of the Rugby World Cup. A hectic week of World Cup Rugby brought us closer to discovering who the last eight will be, whilst producing more drama as the group stage reached its climax. It wasn’t drama everywhere, with New Zealand winning by 63 then 62 […]
Nick Powell, Online Sport Editor, reviews the first 10 days of the ongoing Rugby World Cup. It’s been a superb and unpredictable start to the Rugby World Cup and after 18 of the 48 games, we find ourselves with more questions than answers. At first, things seemed to be following a similar pattern to previous […]
Brad Shields’ inclusion in England’s touring squad to South Africa has reignited the ever-raging debate of overseas international selection. Advocates of selecting foreign born players or allowing players who qualify under residency rules argue that it allows high quality players to play test rugby where perhaps such opportunities would not be available to them. The […]
From Holyhead to Haverfordwest, scoring two tries for Wales on your debut is the kind of dream held by many youngsters – less so, perhaps, in Huntersville, New Zealand, the hometown of Wales’ newest rugby starlet Hadleigh Parkes. Yet his selection is an example of an increasingly common trend in the Home Nations – Ireland, […]