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Rugby World Cup / RWC 2015 Pool B
« Last post by Ashleygiso on October 21, 2017, 14:33:56 »
After 2019 in Japan, I can see the IRB going back to one of established countries, most likely S Africa, possibly Australia.

For 2027, they may try a developing country again.  The IRB would love it if the USA, or possibly USA  Canada, could put in a viable bid for the RWC.
The Clubhouse / word association
« Last post by MichaelLanu on October 21, 2017, 07:03:31 »
Ok, here you just think of a word associated with the last word someone wrote....
ok so i will start then.....

RugbyMania Discussion Board / And I'm Out
« Last post by Goshdarnit on August 22, 2017, 19:46:30 »
New training system is awful. Game-breakingly awful. I just tried to set up training and it's abysmal. Can't find anyone to put on weight training as only my youngsters need it and I want to double train them. But having said that, my youngsters are both in need of strength training. My kicker is over 27, so he can't train at all, but I have to waste a training slot giving somebody kicking training.

I hate it. So much. So I can't see me carrying on. I may stick around a short time, just to see if there is enough of a backlash for chris to abandon the changes. But that seems unlikely as I know how stubborn he tends to be. Can't believe I'm done after all these years. It's actually really sad.
The Scrummage / Re: Rugby Championship 2017 !!!
« Last post by Marian vonTeese on August 21, 2017, 14:28:40 »
The Scrummage / Re: Rugby Championship 2017 !!!
« Last post by Marian vonTeese on August 21, 2017, 14:25:51 »
Springboks ease past Pumas

South Africa began their Rugby Championship campaign on a positive note with a 37-15 victory over Argentina at Nelson Mandela Bay Stadium in Port Elizabeth on Saturday.

Tries from Courtnall Skosan, Raymond Rhule, Siya Kolisi and Pieter-Steph Du Toit proved too much for Argentina who scored through Martin Landajo and Emiliano Boffelli.
The Scrummage / Rugby Championship 2017 !!!
« Last post by Marian vonTeese on August 21, 2017, 14:24:28 »
Hi mates,

All Blacks’ first half blitz seals win over Wallabies

New Zealand got their Rugby Championship campaign off to a superb start when they claimed a 54-34 victory over Australia in Sydney on Saturday.

In a fast-paced encounter, in which both sides stayed true to their attacking roots, the All Blacks' superior game management – especially in the first half – laid the groundwork to this win and they eventually outscored the Wallabies seven to four.
The Scrummage / The new Guinness PRO14
« Last post by Marian vonTeese on August 01, 2017, 17:52:01 »
Hi mates,

The newly expanded Guinness PRO14 has been revealed this morning, with two South African sides joining the cross-border competition.
The Bloemfontein-based Cheetahs and the Southern Kings of Port Elizabeth are coming on board, having been cut from the Super Rugby tournament.
It’s a money-spinning move that will see each of the existing 12 teams receiving an additional £500,000, with the event organisers covering the cost of travel to South Africa.
The Scrummage / Re: Lions fight back in Wellington
« Last post by Goshdarnit on July 10, 2017, 15:39:51 »
Final match was a real edge of the seat job! Awesome game. Never good to see a series end in a draw, but what a match.
The Scrummage / Lions fight back in Wellington
« Last post by Marian vonTeese on July 01, 2017, 22:08:20 »
Hi mates,

The British and Irish Lions levelled the series at one apiece with a 24-21 victory over the All Blacks at Westpac Stadium in Wellington on Saturday.
Tries from Taulupe Faletau and Conor Murray as well as 14 points from Owen Farrell's boot proved too much for the All Blacks who scored through seven penalties from Beauden Barrett.
The last time the All Blacks went try-less in a game was in a 12-12 draw against Australia in Sydney back in August 2014.
This levels the series at 1-1 with the third Test to take place at Eden Park now set up as a mouth-watering decider.

Video highlights:
The Scrummage / Scotland stun Australia in Sydney
« Last post by Marian vonTeese on June 17, 2017, 11:22:54 »
Hi mates,

Scotland continued with their fine recent form when they claimed an historic 24-19 victory over Australia in Sydney on Saturday.
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