Continuing in the hope of providing a comprehensive guide to the 2015 Rugby World Cup, below is a table featuring all the prices for all the fixtures. If you click on any of the table headings you can sort by venue, date, location and for you cheapskates out there price! i thought it was also
Today, with 500 days to go until the fun begins the Rugby World Cup organisers have announced that World Cup 2015 tickets will go on sale to the general public on September 12th 2014. If you wish to avoid the rush of Joe Public, you can stay one step ahead by purchasing through your club,
The below table details the Pools for the Rugby World Cup 2015 as they stand. As you can see there are still some teams yet to qualify, I’ll update these as they happen. Unfortunately the official IRB site is a little lacking on solid information as to when precisely the qualification process will end, but
I’ll be brief as one of these games starts in 35 minutes and I’m trying to catch the first half prior to a wedding reception, who gets married on a Friday when there’s three games on? I ask you? Anyway, following on from last weekends incredible success (8/1 double) I aim to continue my RWC2015
Over the last few years we’ve seen the Top14 become the dominant Northern Hemisphere domestic league which is clearly reflected in the line-ups for this weekends semi-finals and highlighted by the bookies favourites for each game. Likewise with the pundits, Jeremy Guscott, states of todays game, Saracens Vs Clermont, “if Clermont fly and Sarries also
After the roaring success of last weeks accumulator I thought it only proper to undo that good work by offering a second. Admittedly there maybe many of you that feel my selection on the France Vs Ireland game is… hopeful. I’d agree, I’d also say its Friday afternoon why not be hopeful!. Here you go;
The biggest news being Earls returns to the starting line up with McFadden dropping to the bench. Hopefully this should lead to a bit more defensive cohesion in midfield, then again, its not like Keith Earls is world renowned for his defence. Could be a very long afternoon in Paris 15 – Rob Kearney (UCD/Leinster)
The French have named their side to face Ireland on the weekend. There are four changes in the forwards yet the backline, ominously, remains unchanged. Most notable of the changes being Harinordoquy who comes onto the flank to form what looks like a serious back row combination. This and the backline that really started to
As if reliving centuries old rivalries wasn’t fun enough, you can of course make the victories that little bit sweeter and defeat a little easier to bear, with taking a few quid off the bookies Paddy Power are offering a fairly ‘generous’ 2/1 on the three favourites France, England and Scotland to get the result.
Just a quickie, here it is: 15 Leigh HALFPENNY, 14 Alex CUTHBERT, 13 Jonathan DAVIES,12 Jamie ROBERTS, 11 George NORTH, 10 Rhys PRIESTLAND, 9 Mike PHILLIPS 1 Rhys GILL, 2 Huw BENNETT, 3 Adam JONES, 4 Bradley DAVIES, 5 Ian EVANS, 6 Ryan JONES, 7 Sam WARBURTON ©, 8 Toby FALETAU Reps: OWENS, JAMES, POWELL,
So the brave new world of English rugby announces itself to the world with a bit of a damp squib. Charlie Hodgson at Fly-Half I’ve just seen described by Matt Dawson as “One of the best fly-halves England have had”. Which must count as some major disservice to all others who have donned the jersey.