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A look back at the Six Nations

By STEVEN DONN

THERE is a German term that accurately reflects how Scotland supporters are feeling at present. Weltschmerz. Roughly translated, it is the depression caused by comparing the real world with a hypothetical, idealised reality. 810 more words

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Rugby 6 Nations Title Snatched on Final Day

The recently concluded 6 nations rugby union tournament proved to be one of the most dramatic last days in its long history. At the beginning of last Saturday 4 teams had a chance of winning the title; Wales, Ireland, England and to a lesser extent France (only if Wales & Ireland both lost). 407 more words

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Six Nation’s Victory would Make a Major Impact on RWC 2015 - Conor Murray

The final round of Six Nations 2015 took place on 21 March 2015. In final round there are three main matches; Ireland engaged their Six Nations title on point’s difference after an amazing final day. 269 more words

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The World Cup countdown starts here..

World Cup Round Up

With the dust beginning to settle on the Six Nations, and every rugby fan and his dog having an opinion as to the make-up of their national side, it’s probably an appropriate time to take a stock-check as to  what has been happening off the pitch World Cup-wise. 868 more words

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Springbok Sensation set to light up 2015

As the 2015 Rugby World Cup draws ever closer Mike Stanton continues to look at some of the best young players that could feature at the 2015 Rugby World Cup. 916 more words

Is TV Damaging Sport for the Real Fans?

A couple of years ago I was offered a ticket for the Wales v England match by a friend in Cardiff. The only issue was that the match was on Friday evening and there was no public transport back to London after “No Side”.  265 more words

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Just Another Day

It stared off as a rather lazy morning, however, that soon changed with kick-off at 12:30pm with the match between Wales and Italy.  What a game with a 61 – 20 win to Wales.   276 more words

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