Monday, March 22, 2010
To many, the Irish skipper has done it all after leading his country to that long-awaited Grand Slam last year, going on to win the top club honour in the game with Leinster's Heineken Cup triumph. But still the 31-year-old's hunger to achieve more seems undiminished.
0 Shares Print Australia flanker Michael Hooper has been cited for an alleged act of foul play during the Wallabies’ 33-13 World Cup victory over England on Saturday, World Rugby has announced. World Rugby announced that Hooper has been reported by independent citing commissioner Steve Hinds for allegedly “charging into a ruck or maul without [...]
0 Shares Print Tonga flyer Telusa Veainu has revealed he would relish the chance of trying his hand at the NFL if a team came calling for him. As ESPN reported, NFL agents have been watching closely at the Rugby World Cup, hoping to spot a star capable of following the footsteps of Jarryd Hayne [...]
0 Shares Print Australia playmaker Bernard Foley has described his standout performance against England at Twickenham as among the finest of his Test career. Foley scored 28 points to guide the Wallabies to a 33-13 Rugby World Cup win over England, consigning the hosts to the tournament scrapheap after just three games. The subject of [...]
Wales boss Warren Gatland has condemned the “ridiculous” decision to draw the 2015 World Cup pools almost three years ago. England became the biggest group stage casualties in World Cup history, on the back of successive Twickenham defeats against Wales and Australia. And Gatland, whose squad arrived in Weybridge on Sunday evening ahead of next [...]