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Six Key Lessons From The Third Weekend Of Six Nations Action

It was yet another fascinating weekend in the Six Nations… A superb day for the Scots, a hard-fought Irish win and a confusing and at times nerve-wracking win for England. Yet they made it 17 wins in a row and remain on top of the Table after a weekend that raised more questions than provided lessons. Needless to say there …

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Scathing Player Ratings Highlight Sad State of South Africa Rugby

ROME, ITALY - NOVEMBER 19: Faf de Klerk of South Africa in action during the international match between Italy v South Africa at Stadio Olimpico on November 19, 2016 in Rome, Italy. (Photo by Gabriele Maltinti/Getty Images)

Italy edged out South Africa 20-18 in Florence on the weekend, in one of the more sensational results of the weekend. The win was Italy’s first ever against South Africa and their celebrations were suitably jubilant at full time. It was a story of David against Goliath, the strength of the collective and the seismic progress made by their nation …

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Rowntree Set To Join Quins

during the England training session at Pennyhill Park on September 22, 2015 in Bagshot, England.

Former England international and forwards coach Graham Rowntree has today announced that he is set to join London based Harlequins as of next season. This news comes in the wake of the departure of current Director of Rugby Conor O’Shea who is set to leave at the end of the season to take on the mantle as head coach of …

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