Josh Charnley will be a part of Sale Sharks, the Premiership rugby union club, after switching from rugby league team Wigan Warriors at Super League season’s end. Twenty-four year old Charnley has helped Wigan becoming winner in a Super League Grand Final as well as 2 Challenge Cups since joining in the year 2010. Steve […]Continue Reading
Cruse to leave Rotherham Titans for the London Irish
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Irish have announced that they have reached a deal with the Rugby Football Union Championship club the Rotherham Titans for the signing of hooker Tom Cruse for the new season and the player will join up with his new teammates in the summer.Continue Reading
Sale Sharks Versus Leicester Tigers In The Preview Of Aviva Premiership
Sale Sharks will meet Leicester Tigers to qualify for the top four positions as intensification of Aviva Premiership rises.
It is on 43 points that both the teams are levelled at. If either side win, that will make them strong contenders for being in the second position during the weekend.
On a winning for game streak are the Tigers who are going to make six changes in their side as they had a strong tussle with London Irish the previous weekend.Continue Reading
Tom Coventry named new London Irish boss
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Irish have confirmed the appointment of Tom Coventry as the new man in charge at the club starting from the 2015/16 season, replacing the departed Brian Smith.
The 48 year old is currently serving as the assistant coach at New Zealand Super Rugby side the Chiefs and will resign from his position before taking charge of the Exiles.
London Irish Up With Cardiff Blues
London Irish have moved up ahead against the Cardiff Blues. The first try was scored by Cory Allen but it was Andrew Fenby, the Irish Winger was there in the half of each and simultaneously Shane Geraghaty scored down the post. Irish were clearly showing improvement. Irish got the lead when Tom Homer got the penalty. It was Fenby all around who was putting Irish on the top by side tracking all.Continue Reading
Wales Rugby Team Being Supported By Josh Lewsey At The 2015 Rugby World Cup
Wales Rugby Team has found a supporter in Josh Lewsey. Lewsey is the Welsh Rugby Union’s head of rugby, who took up this post in August, 2013. According to Lewsey, Wales Rugby Team should be thrilled for the upcoming World Cup as they have to face some tough challenges.
Josh Lewsey is of the opinion that the Wales Rugby Team’s head coach- Warren Gatland has the ability to help the team perform well at the 2015 World Cup and the team may very well follow the footsteps of the England team which had won the Rugby World Cup 2003 under the headship of Sir Clive Woodward.
Ireland Women’s Rugby team enjoy their dream run in spite of semi final defeat
The Ireland Women’s Rugby team has impressed one and all with their impressive performances in the World Cup. They went down 40-7 to an impressive English side but their stubborn attitude has caught the attention of several experts of the game. England was beaten by New Zealand in each of the finals that were played […]Continue Reading
Argentina Rugby looking for better performances to cheer about
Argentina Rugby is slowly coming of age but they are still looking for their first win in the Rugby Championship. Although the team has put in strong performances in the past and managed draws yet the win has eluded them till date. The Pumas are yet to win any test series this year as well […]Continue Reading
London Irish looking to sign Chris Noakes
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Irish are exploring the prospect of signing of New Zealand fly half Chris Noakes from his present club.
The 28 year old currently plays for the Blues in the Super Rugby League, and the Exiles have identified him as the perfect replacement for Ian Humphreys, who is reported to be considering a return to Ulster at the beginning of the new season.Continue Reading
London Irish signs Scottish international Cross
Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the London Irish have confirmed the signing of Scottish international tight head prop Geoff Cross ahead of the new season of the Aviva Premiership on a two year contract as the club looks to build a squad capable of fighting and qualifying for the European competitions.
The 30 year old has been signed from the Scottish side Edinburgh and has made 130 appearances for the club during his stint with the club, scoring six tries for the team.Continue Reading