It's Halloween! And the Sports Gazette have put together a starting XV of rugby players who have struck fear into both their opponents and fans alike.
Prop: Tendai Mtawarira
Nicknamed 'The Beast,' Mtawarira has been capped over 100 times by South Africa. He is a prop who can dominate virtually any opponent
Stuart Lancaster has plenty of reasons to smile of late. After helping Leinster Rugby secure a famous double of the European Champions Cup and Pro 14 title last year, the former England head coach is setting his sights on even greater heights.
“We want to create a long term high performing
In an age obsessed with team-no-sleep hashtags and Mark Wahlberg’s daily routine, you are invited to delve into the life of Shaunagh Brown. Full-time firefighter. England and Harlequins Ladies back-row. Commonwealth Games bronze medallist. The Highland Games. Plus a brief stint in boxing. This proves just a glimpse into the CV
On a weekend where two high profile Premiership local derbies take place in Twickenham, the Championship fixture between London Scottish and London Irish at the Athletic Ground in Richmond may have gone under the radar for some.
Irish’s relegation from the Premiership in May means these historic clubs will meet once
Just before the Spanish Sevens team embark on their last stop of the World Rugby Series in Paris, head coach Pedro de Matias outlined his ambitions for the tournament.
“We want to be at the top, we want to feel that we can play against anyone and control the game,” he
In the second part of our series with the Jamaican men's rugby sevens team, Adam Samuel finds out why sponsorship has become an urgent matter, heading into the Rugby Sevens World Cup in San Francisco later this year:
SEE PART ONE HERE
Spain head coach José Antonio Barrio opens up to Sports Gazette about how success in the men’s and women’s game is helping rugby emerge as a popular sport in the country, and what needs to be done to take the next step and compete at the highest level.
When searching into
Rugby Europe needs to be seriously looked at in the wake of the player ineligibility scandal, according to former Belgian assistant coach Simon Leader.
Leader said: “They cleared each and every one of those players to play in the games as they have to do the checks before each game. How
"You have to be willing to sacrifice who you are right now for who you want to become."
Alex Gray is an enigma of the National Football League. Coming off his first season with the Atlanta Falcons, he's taken a phenomenal leap of faith. After a successful eight-year professional rugby career,
The Jamaica men's sevens team have qualified for the Commonwealth Games this summer, and Adam Samuel got the lowdown on their sensational qualifying campaign and how their prep has gone so far!
SEE PART 2 HERE
Photo Credit: Jamaican Rugby Football Union via CNN