Posts Tagged ‘Highlights’

Forrest Meet ‘Positive’ But Force Set For Super Rugby Axe

Thursday, August 31st, 2017

In 2018, the force may not be in the Super Rugby, but the exceptions of them living in some way seem stronger than ever, this is the believe off according Andrew Forrest the billionaire backer.

Forrest recently met with Cameron Clyne the ARU chairman and Brett Robinson the deputy chairman in Adelaide. The purpose of the meeting was a bit to invert their verdict to axe the side from the game Super Rugby.

It is assumed that the businessman of WA has offered an amount to the national body to tune of $50 million for an investment of grassroots to keep the Force alive. However, so far, no figure of the dollar has been confirmed officially, nevertheless the representatives of ARU have turned him down.

The ARU and RugbyWA will face off in the Supreme Court of NSW on Wednesday as the state authorities apply to demand the arbitration decision that comes in the favor of ARU a few times ago. (more…)


Sunday, March 12th, 2017

By warning Scotland not to allow their confidence turn into complacency, Eddie Jones has ignited the Calcutta Cup fuse.

In less than a week’s time, the teams would head out to Twickenham on Sunday. The match is expected to be a major deciding factor in the outcome of the Six Nations Championship

Where Scotland can pull off a confident win at Twickenham, they would be heading home with their first win at the Twickenham since 1983. They go into the round four with the knowledge that they can make some major shakeup in the contest for the title, win the Triple Crown and shatter England’s hopes of a Grand Slam.

The opening weekend of the competition saw the Scottish team prevail over Ireland, while also defeating Wales last Saturday in a 29-13 victory. Since then, the confidence level of the team has been on the rise. However, they would be facing an England side recently coming away from their not so great experience against Italy last week Sunday. (more…)

Niall Morris Quits Professional Rugby

Monday, October 10th, 2016

The utility back player of Leinster Rugby Niall Morris has decided to call it quits and will not be playing rugby anymore.

The decision was forced on Niall Morris due to the ankle injury that he suffered last year.

Niall, who is just 28 years old, played in the two friends of the Bank of Ireland pre-season games, but could not feature in the third one against Bath. He was not able to play for his team in the first couple of rounds of Guinness PRO 12. After having consultations with a leading UK medical consultant as well as the Leinster medical team, Niall decided to quit the sport and not to further risk his injury.

It is his ankle that has given him a lot of pain and that has made him to end his career sooner than expected. Niall suffered an ankle fracture and dislocation during a game against Bath in May 2015. He was in rehabilitation for 15 months, but felt that his ankle was not the same anymore. He decided to seek further opinion on his ankle and the seriousness of the injury. In the end, he had no other choice, but quit playing rugby.

Rugby League star switches codes to join Carnegie

Sunday, May 10th, 2015

Kevin Sinfield, the skipper of the Super League giants the Leeds Rhinos has announced his departure from the club in favour of a code switch to join the Rugby Football Union Championship club the Yorkshire Carnegie for the new season.

The 34 year old is a former England skipper in the Rugby League code and he has put pen to paper on an 18 month deal with Bryan Redpath’s team. Sinfield was made captain of the Leeds Rhinos team at the tender age of 22 years in 2012.

Speaking about his move, he said that his entire adult life has been spent at the club and he is extremely grateful for all the support that he has been given by the fans and the officials of the club for the last two decades. He added that the decision to leave the Rhinos was the toughest he has had to make in his career but he also added that he knew it was time to finish his career in the Rugby League and move on to a fresh challenge with the Yorkshire Carnegie.

According to Sinfield, he never wanted to face the Rhinos and throughout his career, he has looked at the Rugby Union with immense respect and now he wants to challenge himself in that code. He mentioned that he is extremely fortunate that an opportunity like this exists for a professional like him and he wants to grasp it with both hands. (more…)

Northampton Saints v Exeter Chiefs Aviva Premiership Rugby Highlights – Bath Leicester Rugby Video

Friday, April 3rd, 2015

Scrum Nut Video Score: / 5

Gloucester Rugby End of Season Highlights 2012-13

Friday, March 6th, 2015

Scrum Nut Online video Score: 5 / five