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Julian Savea

Rugby World Cup – Quarter Finals Results

Posted on 17 Oct, 2015, by in Rugby

A classic semi final between the All Blacks and the Springboks has been set as South Africa beat Wales 23-19 thanks to a late Fourie du Preez try while New Zealand humiliated France 62-13 with a try-fest led by Julian Savea with three. More

Practical Beats Spectacular (Springboks vs Samoa)

Posted on 30 Sep, 2011, by in Rugby

The contrast of style clashing between the Springboks and Samoa put South Africa in the World Cup Quarter Finals after a very hard earned 13-5 victory, with all 13 points scored in the first half. George Stowers’ try for Samoa in the second half just sweetened the blow for Samoa, saying farewell to the tournament after the group stage. More

Adam Ashley-Cooper Shines in Try-Fest (Wallabies vs USA)

Posted on 23 Sep, 2011, by in Rugby

The Wallabies scored 11 tries in their 67-5 demolition of the USA, as Adam Ashely-Cooper scored three of his own and the Australians got back on the winning track, punishing the out of their league Americans for every turnover and mistake, which were plentiful. More

Kicking and Scrumming Enough for Upset (Ireland vs Wallabies)

Posted on 17 Sep, 2011, by in Rugby

Jonathan Sexton’s kicking wasn’t brilliant, but along with Ronan O’Gara later on it was just enough to complement Ireland’s brilliant Scrumming en route to a 15-6 win over the Wallabies, putting them on top of Group C in the Rugby World Cup. More

Hougaard, Experience and Luck (Springboks vs Wales)

Posted on 11 Sep, 2011, by in Rugby

The Springboks had their hands full at Wellington against a very good and fun to watch Welsh side, but a bit of luck, a bit of controversial officiating, great defense and one Francois Hougaard try were enough to hand them an opening match 17-16 win in their title defense campaign. More

Ben Youngs Just About Enough (England vs Argentina)

Posted on 10 Sep, 2011, by in Rugby

This wasn’t the performance Martin Johnson expected from his 2011 Six Nations winning side. No one expected Jonny Wilkinson to miss so much. Argentina were the more physical, dominant side for the first 60 minutes, but Ben Youngs’ entrance to Scrum-Half shifted momentum and also got England the only try of the match, enough for a 13-9 opening match win. More

A 2011 Rugby World Cup Lego Trailer

Posted on 24 Aug, 2011, by in Rugby

I love it when sporting events are done in Lego, prior to them or afterwards, depicting the events. This time, a nice Lego clip to get us ready and pumped up for the 2011 Rugby World Cup, two weeks away from kicking off in New Zealand. A nice Haka with the tiny fellows, Chris Ashton’s swan dive and more. Enjoy. More

The History and Winners of the Rugby Union World Cup

Posted on 3 Aug, 2011, by in Rugby

We’re a month away from the 2011 Rugby World Cup’s opening match between the All-Blacks and Tonga, so we thought it might be a good time to check the pages of history and give you a run down of the previous winners in the relatively young tournament (inaugural World Cup was in 1987, also in New Zealand) which has been contested six times so far. More

England Becoming All-Blacks, Carlos Tevez Decision and the Importance of Juventus

Posted on 15 Jul, 2011, by in Miscellaneous

What’s bothering me before this weekend begins – England deciding to become the Northern Hemisphere All-Blacks, deciding to wear a black kit in the 2011 Rugby World Cup, Carlos Tevez restlessness in Europe and waiting for Juventus to rise again. More