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Will Addison Suspended For Four Weeks Following Dangerous Tackle

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Will Addison has been suspended for four weeks after being cited following a tackle on Clermont Auvergne’s Paul Jedrasiak in Round 2 of the Heineken Champions Cup. The Ulster full-back was cited by the match Citing Commissioner John Byett for a tackle on the second-row forward that was deemed to be done in a dangerous manner. The Irish international was …

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Will Addison’s Season Is Over After Undergoing Back Surgery

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Ulster Rugby have confirmed that Will Addison has undergone back surgery which puts an end to his season.  Addison hasn’t played since Ulster’s Heineken Champions Cup victory over the Leicester Tigers at Welford Road at the end of January. The 26-year-old was named in Ireland’s initial squad for this year’s Six Nations but he didn’t play a minute of action …

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World Cup Misery To Irish Debut, Addison Goes From Fan To Cap

Three years is a long time in rugby, so much that someone can go to an Ireland match as a fan and wind up playing for them 36 months later – that’s what happened to Ireland’s latest capped international, Will Addison.  Addison, who made his debut for Joe Schmidt’s side against Italy on Saturday, spoke to the media today at …

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2015-2016 Premiership: The Top Ten Of Everything – Part 1

Want to know who the best tacklers were in the Premiership last season? Interested in finding out the players who won the most lineouts or made the most offloads? Need a little hand for your fantasy rugby teams this season? Then look no further than Pundit Arena’s Top Ten Of Everything for last season! Top Ten Tacklers Mark Wilson (Newcastle)   …

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Aviva Premiership 2016-2017 Preview: Sale Sharks

It’s never been an easy job being in charge of one of the Premiership’s only two northern clubs, but somehow Director of Rugby Steve Diamond has kept Sale Sharks competitive – even on a budget smaller than most of his rivals in the league. Despite not having tasted any kind of success in the form of tangible trophies since the …

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Are England’s Northern Sides Destined To Be Feeder Clubs Forever?

SALFORD, ENGLAND - FEBRUARY 27: Tommy Taylor of Sale Sharks is tackled by Kelly Brown of Saracens during the Aviva Premiership match between Sale Sharks and Saracens at AJ Bell Stadium on February 27, 2016 in Salford, England. (Photo by Jan Kruger/Getty Images)

Despite only being represented through two clubs in the Aviva Premiership, the north of England has provided English rugby with a significant number of top quality players in the professional era and should be celebrated for its importance to the game. Currently Sale Sharks provide Josh Beaumont and Tommy Taylor to the England squad, the only players from northern sides …

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Is This The England Saxons XV That Should Tour South Africa

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It has been suggested that the England Saxons will tour South Africa this summer. Although the RFU have yet to confirm that the England Saxons will tour South Africa this summer, many rugby commentators are expecting an announcement in the near future. If such a tour does in fact take place, it will give a number of players on the fringes …

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