A first for Ray’s Rugby, a video podcast assessing the aspirations of 60 players as they vie for one of the 31 spots on Canada’s final World Cup roster.
France’s mighty Fijian import was in outrageous form at the Wellington tournament, carving up defenses at will with a ferocious display of pace and power.
The United States took another step forward in Wellington, and one name who stood out was Perry Baker, quickly evolving into more than just a finisher.
Just finally getting back into routine so here’s another classic match, this time the Wallabies head to Murrayfield to face Scotland in November of 1996.
Back in earnest tomorrow evening, in the meantime here’s a bunch of good articles from around the web worth checking out.
With no international rugby on tap this weekend, here’s a blast from the past to keep you entertained while the blog takes a couple days off.
Time for some classic rugby, another from the 1996 Pan-Am Series held in Ontario. This is the final, featuring the Pumas of Argentina and hosts Canada.
Here are 10 pieces from around the world covering topics like nutrition, tactics, ambition, potential, code changes, officiating, and some nostalgia.
“If England are bested in the scrum they will not win this game.” Not too many would have disagreed with Brian Moore, and yet they were, and they did.
A new video feature highlighting the Cheetahs lock Lood de Jager in the 1st half of last week’s game against the Lions. Watch for more clips throughout the season!