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A European Based Tier Two XV To Rattle The Northern Hemisphere

South Africa v Japan - Group B: Rugby World Cup 2015

Many of the tier two nations have started to close the gap on their established rivals. Although the 2015 World Cup has not proved to be the watershed moment many envisaged for tier two nations, the likes of Georgia are continuing to put forward their case for international advancement. While they are unlikely to gain entry into the Six Nations any …

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Just The Stats: Aviva Premiership Week 1

We take a look at last weekend’s Premiership action and pick out the best and most interesting statistics from across all six games. Gloucester 31 – Leicester 38 Comeback kings: Leicester’s 38 – 31 victory over Gloucester after being down 31 – 7 with 30 minutes remaining is the biggest turnaround in the club’s 138-year history. Second half blues for …

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Five Aviva Premiership Players You May Not Know Of – But Need To

Will Evans of England

The Aviva Premiership this season is set to dazzle with so many new and exciting signings that will whet the appetite of fans everywhere. On Pundit Arena we’ve checked out five new signings to keep an eye out for already. However, that’s not to say there aren’t some exciting players you may not have heard of already in the league who could …

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Aviva Premiership 2016-2017 Preview: Bristol

Bristol return to the Premiership for the first time since 2009 after numerous attempts to make it past the promotion play-offs, but always ending with being pipped to the post. With billionaire owner Stephen Lansdown providing financial stability to a club that has often struggled to compete with the top clubs in the country, the boys from the West Country …

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Six Attainable Transfer Targets That Could Return Ireland’s Provinces To Europe’s Top Table

The Irish provinces are in need of rejuvenation. For much of the past decade Ireland’s provinces dominated European rugby. However with the likes of Mourad Boudjellal bankrolling Top 14 sides and English clubs benefiting from additional TV revenue, the Irish teams have struggled to attract  the game’s top talent. Indeed with the likes of Paul O’Connell and Brian O’Driscoll retiring, Ireland’s provinces …

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