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 Harlequins’ director of rugby Conor O’Shea announced Joe Marler has been ruled out for the rest of the season after suffering a shoulder injury but his World Cup aspirations are not in doubt. Marler was initially named to start against Sale, a game Harlequins won 25-23, but was pulled out of the [...]
0 Shares Print Director of rugby Richard Cockerill admitted Leicester would have to play “a lot better” than they did in Saturday’s 38-17 home win over London Welsh if they want to make the Aviva Premiership play-offs. The Tigers’ victory against relegated Welsh, who had No.8 Chris Hala’ufia sent off, moved them into fourth place [...]
0 Shares Print Newcastle director of rugby Dean Richards could not hide his disappointment after his side threw away a 40-23 lead to lose a thrilling game at Kingsholm to a last-minute try from Gloucester’s Billy Burns. That match winner from Burns was one of five for the hosts, with Billy Twelvetrees scoring and Dan [...]
Fri, Apr 24, 2015
0 Shares Print Aviva Premiership club Gloucester will face a Rugby Football Union hearing after selecting lock Mariano Galarza for their league game against Sale Sharks last month. The RFU has said Galarza should have been ineligible for the match. In a statement, the RFU said: “In the Aviva Premiership rugby match against Sale Sharks [...]