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Is This Selection The Best XV In Northern Hemisphere Rugby?

Here at Pundit Arena HQ we decided to put our heads together and compile a team of the best players we feel would represent the Northern Hemisphere. Taking into account raw skill, dedication and top performances over the last year of international rugby, we give you the Northern Hemisphere XV. 15. Leigh Halfpenny – Wales Leigh Halfpenny was a tough selection for …

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How Wales Vs Ireland Will Be Won And Lost

Ireland are coming up against a very different side in Wales to the ones they have brushed aside so far.    Next stop for the Irish bandwagon is Cardiff on the journey to this year’s World Cup. Buoyed by a comprehensive victory over England two weeks ago, the cult-like belief in Joe Schmidt is the only rise parallel to the …

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What Would A Lions XV in 2015 Look Like?

Here at Pundit Arena HQ, to say we’re heartbroken on a weekend with no Six Nations action is a bit of an understatement.   And as any rugby fan knows, there is no better way to pass the time than to sit down and ponder what would a Lions team look like if there was a tour this year. Fullback: …

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Welsh Rugby In Disarray

Two weeks out from the start of the Guinness Pro12 League and the Welsh Rugby Union and clubs are nowhere closer to a deal.  Jack McCann details the saga that could potentially have disastrous consequences for the Welsh national team going forward. Since Warren Gatland became the head coach of Wales back in 2007, the team have gone on to …

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Defining Season Ahead For Guinness Pro12

The European rugby season commences in mid August when the Top 14 kicks off. The season ahead will be the first with the new European structure and the ‘Champions Cup’. However, the tournament that faces its biggest season yet is the Pro12. Some major changes will take effect from this season, and they need to invigorate the competition to guarantee its …

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