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2015 Rugby World Cup – Most Important Numbers

Posted on 1 Nov, 2015, by in Rugby

The 2015 Rugby Union World Cup is over with New Zealand, the All Blacks, winning the title for a record three time, giving us a chance to glance over some of the numbers that signify this tournament more than anything else. More

Manu Tuilagi

Best Photos From England Beating the All Blacks

Posted on 2 Dec, 2012, by in Rugby

After two very disappointing results in the previous two weeks, there was nothing better than a historic win for England against the All Blacks, their first over New Zealand in … More

Richie McCaw

IRB Player of the Year for 2012 Shortlist

Posted on 29 Nov, 2012, by in Rugby

The IRB has released their shortlist for player of the year in 2012, with Richie McCaw, Dan Carter and Frederic Michalak not surprising most with their inclusion in the list of candidates. One name that has caused quite a stir is that of young Owen Farrell of England, barely 21, still without a firm grasp on a starting lineup shirt for the national team. More

Dan Carter Almost on His Own (All Blacks vs Wallabies)

Posted on 25 Aug, 2012, by in Rugby

The Bledisloe Cup was retained once again by the All Blacks, keeping Australia scoreless in a test match between these two rivals for the first time since 1962, as Dan Carer provided 16 of the 22 points in Auckland, running all over the clueless Wallabies 22-0 for a second straight win in the 2012 Rugby Championship. More

Israel Dagg, Cory Jane & World Champions Too Good (Wallabies vs All Blacks)

Posted on 18 Aug, 2012, by in Rugby

For the 103rd time in 107 test matches, the New Zealand All Blacks won a match they led in at half time. The Wallabies couldn’t create pace often with their ball movement, and lost the 2012 Rugby Championship opener in Australia 19-27, simply looking inferior to the dominant world champions. More

Reds Beat Crusaders to Win First Super Rugby Title

Posted on 9 Jul, 2011, by in Rugby

Dan Carter scored all 13 points for the Crusaders, not enough against Will Genia and the Reds who won their first Super Rugby title in the Pro era through his 68th minute try 18-13. More