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Jaguares Release Typically Eye-Catching Kits Ahead Of 2019 Season

Over the last number of years Argentinian Super Rugby side Jaguares have consistently delivered with beautifully eye-catching kits, and it looks as though the 2019 season is going to be no different. This year’s edition showcases a striking new look as well as sporting a new logo as Jaguares look to build on their solid seventh-placed finish last season. Away from …

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Jaguares Continue Incredible Season With Victory Over The Chiefs In New Zealand

Argentina’s Jaguares upset the Waikato Chiefs to claim their fourth straight away win as the defending champions Canterbury Crusaders went on a second-half rampage in Melbourne on Friday. The Jaguares claimed their second New Zealand scalp in as many weeks with a 23-19 win over the Chiefs in Rotorua. It was an unprecedented fourth consecutive win for Mario Ledesma’s men, …

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Five Reasons You Have To Watch England’s Tour Of Argentina

All rugby eyes will be on the Lions’ tour of New Zealand this summer, but make room in your weekend schedules for England’s two test trip to South America. Here are five reasons why you should definitely sit down and watch what is likely to be an epic pair of international matches. 5) Argentina have just named their test squad …

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Pics: The Best Jersey In Rugby Has Just Gotten Better

Jaguares jersey

When it comes to the honour of boasting the best rugby jersey on the planet, there are several pretenders to the throne. However, in our mind, there can only be one winner. The newly-formed Super Rugby franchise, Jaguares, endured a tough maiden season in the southern hemisphere’s premier club competition last year. Tipped by many as a dark horse to …

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Super Rugby Adds Thursday Night Games In Bid To Increase Attendances

SANZAAR have added Thursday night games to the 2017 Super Rugby season in a bid to try increase attendances after another poor showing at the gates in the 2016 season. Despite the addition of three new teams last season, attendances were still down across the board last term with South Africa only having one team, the Stormers, who filled out over 50% …

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Mario Ledesma Discusses What He Believes Has Been Vital To Argentina’s Improvement

BATH, ENGLAND - SEPTEMBER 26: Mario Ledesma, Scrum Coach of Australia speaks to the media following the Australia Captain's Run ahead of the 2015 Rugby World Cup Pool A match against Uruguay at the MacDonald Bath Spa Hotel on September 26, 2015 in Bath, United Kingdom. (Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images)

Argentina were the ninth ranked team in World Rugby before Mario Ledesma’s final tournament as an Argentine rugby player. Argentina were riding high after making the semi-finals of the 2007 Rugby World Cup and there was optimism that the Jaguars could achieve similar success at the 2011 Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. Despite losing their opening game against 2007 finalists …

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The Top 10 Goal Kickers In World Rugby Right Now

England v Wales - Group A: Rugby World Cup 2015

Over the years we have all at some time debated the identity of the world’s best goal kickers. Indeed many of us have had that very argument over a few too many jars. Therefore, while we might all come up a very similar top 10, many of us will disagree over the order. As a result, we have had to turn to cold hard …

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Super Rugby Set For Potential Overhaul

WELLINGTON, NEW ZEALAND - JULY 04: A general view of Westpac stadium during the Super Rugby Final match between the Hurricanes and the Highlanders at Westpac Stadium on July 4, 2015 in Wellington, New Zealand. (Photo by Rob Jefferies/Getty Images)

Heading into the sixteenth and final round of Super Rugby action, in what is the inaugural year of the current 18 team format, there have been clear pros and cons as to what has and hasn’t worked well in the new structure. The season began with a certain degree of skepticism as tournament organisers looked to incorporate two new teams; …

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Watch: Ten Scintillating Tries From Argentinian Wonderkind Cordero

LONDON, ENGLAND - OCTOBER 30: Santiago Cordero of Argentina during the 2015 Rugby World Cup Bronze Final match between Argentina and South Africa at Olympic Stadium on October 30, 2015 in London, United Kingdom. (Photo by Michael Steele/Getty Images)

Santiago Cordero is well and truly one of the names to watch in world rugby over the next few years leading into the 2019 Rugby World Cup. Having been brought into the Argentinian squad for last years instalment of rugby’s premier showpiece as the fifth choice winger, the 5′ 10″ winger emphatically announced himself on the world stage with some …

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Watch: Two Jaguares Players Sent Off For Appalling Challenges Against The Kings

Super Rugby: Southern Kings v Jaguares

Los Jaguares were reduced to 13 men against the Kings tonight. Despite more or less fielding the entire Argentinian test team, los Jaguares are suffering a difficult debut Super Rugby season. While the Jaguares’ offensive play has at times been sharp, discipline has been their Achilles heel. This was no different against the Kings tonight, after the Argentinian side had two players sent …

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Super Rugby Planning To Expand Into Europe

Racing 92 v Saracens - European Rugby Champions Cup Final

Sanzaar are planning to restructure the format of Super Rugby. In the aftermath of the World Cup, Super Rugby fans were excited at the prospect of seeing the Sunwolves and Jaguares take centre stage in Super Rugby. However, both sides have been underwhelming this season. Indeed, Super Rugby’s complicated new format has not won fans over, with the New Zealand …

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