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Watch: Jack Carty Couldn’t Believe His Penalty Was Deemed Wide

Unfortunately for supporters of the western province, Connacht’s season is more or less finished. Their 39-10 loss to the Ospreys on Friday night at the Liberty Stadium rubber-stamped their second from bottom position in Conference A and all but ended their hopes of playing Champions Cup rugby next season. They would have hoped to have secured fifth position which would have …

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Guinness PRO14 Fixtures Have Been Hit Hard By The Relentless Weather

The UK and Ireland are currently being smashed by the ‘Beast From The East’ and Storm Emma which have brought widespread arctic conditions. Inevitably, such uncharacteristic weather for this time of year has led to a number of fixtures postponed across the UK and Ireland and the Guinness PRO14 has been hit hard. At the moment the following games have …

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Boost For Scarlets As They Complete Signing Of Exciting NZ Maori Back-Row Forward

Guinness PRO14 champions Scarlets have this Tuesday completed the signing of an exciting prospect from Super Rugby. Twenty-seven-year-old New Zealand Maori back-row Blade Thomson is to move to the Welsh region ahead of the 2018-19 season. A Junior World Championship winner with the Baby Blacks, Thomson will provide much-needed experience as the reigning league champions are set to lose Tadhg …

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The PRO14 Is Set For A New Broadcaster Next Season [Report]

Off the back of an engrossing festive interprovincial series which has seen the PRO14 deliver high-quality rugby over the last number of weeks, the competition seems to have received a boost with the news that they have secured a new broadcaster for next season.  According to the42, Eir Sport are on the verge of securing the Irish rights to air …

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Cardiff Blues Are Out Of The Running To Sign George North [Report]

The Cardiff Blues have ruled themselves out of the running for signing George North ahead of the 2018/2019 season.  North is set to return to Wales after spending five seasons with the Northampton Saints in the Premiership after he left the Scarlets in 2013. All four Welsh regions were originally interested in signing the Saints man but according to a …

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Watch: Excellent Fergus McFadden Break And Jordan Larmour Step Gets Leinster Off The Mark

Leinster host Ulster at the RDS in the last round of interprovincial fixtures before the Irish sides set their sights on European knockout qualification when the back-to-back games get underway next week.  Both sides are on the back of wins coming into this game. Leinster secured a narrow victory over Connacht last weekend at the Dublin venue while Ulster came from …

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The Highest Salaries By Position Across Europe’s Top 3 Leagues

As the game of rugby union has grown in recent years, we have seen salaries increase across all competitions in the world, especially in the northern hemisphere.  Many clubs in France and England are backed by wealthy benefactors who are able to supplement a club’s wealth to attract some of the top players in the world. We have already seen …

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