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.
Thu, Jul 28, 2016
2:56 AM GMT Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email print comment Former Queensland Reds and Wallabies winger Digby Ioane will return to Super Rugby next season wearing the red and black of seven-time champions, the Crusaders. Rumours of Ioane’s move to New Zealand had been doing the rounds for a couple of weeks before the Crusaders finally [...]
10:00 AM GMT Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email print comment USA Rugby are “very interested” in holding discussions over adding an East Coast-based team to the Guinness PRO12. Philip Browne, the Irish Rugby Football Union CEO, said last week that the PRO12 are considering a plan to expand the league into the U.S., as they seek [...]
11:00 AM GMT Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email print comment The Fiji Sevens men’s side are heading to Chile to fine-tune their preparations ahead of taking part in the Rio Olympics. Ben Ryan’s side will go to the Games as favourites to lift the men’s sevens title as the short-form of the sport makes its debut [...]
Facebook Twitter Pinterest Email print comment All Black flanker Sam Cane has been cleared of concussion and is set to start for the Chiefs in their Super Rugby semi-final against the Hurricanes in Wellington on Saturday. Cane was replaced as a precaution at halftime during the Chiefs 60-21 quarter-final win over the Stormers in Cape [...]