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So, word among the canine-based rugby community is that there are people out there, calling themselves rugby fans, who don’t have a very high opinion of Jamie Heaslip. I mean, I’m sure you all know what you’re talking about, and … Continue reading
-versus- Ah, the Celts. 1001 ways to deafen us.
Sometimes I just DOMINATE too hard. This was clearly the case in Dublin, where I thought I’d show some hitherto unsuspected co-ordination to go with my muscular glory. We were easily winning anyway, through the cunning tactic of “let Ireland … Continue reading
This weekend the 2013 Six Nations Championship reaches its halfway point. Half of six is three, all the teams are playing their third match, three is the magic number; happy news for fans of the three sides for which sorcery, … Continue reading
Well, that’s the first match of the weekend out of the way. Being nice chaps, we’re giving you the chance to vote for your MOTM, thereby ignoring the idiocy of the professional pundits. A poll for the England -v- Scotland … Continue reading
IRFU Comms team, Dublin – Morning comes to Ireland, both parts. The dawn awakes to social flux: recession, abortion legislation, the wane of the Catholic Church, fresh northern Union arguments about the flegs of their fethers, and another generation of … Continue reading