Author: Rhys Jones

Wales v England: Crossroads for Eddie Jones

Tweet International rugby is a fickle environment, it takes just one dire performance for fans and media alike to vilify the team in excruciating detail. Of course, when you have a small sample size of matches played over a relatively long period of time, the pressure is on you to […]

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England dispose of Wales to book Nations Cup final place

Tweet England’s 24- 13 win over Wales was not the heavy victory many predicted, but England’s set piece once again proved vital to their victory. It was the Welsh who opened the scoring at Parc Y Scarlets, when Dan Biggar charged down an attempted grubber kick from English centre Henry […]

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Joyce’s experience proves too much for Dubois

Tweet Daniel Dubois (15-1) suffered his first loss as a professional at the hands of fellow British heavyweight Joe Joyce (12-0) when Dubois took a knee in the 10th round. Dubois was ahead on two of the judges’ scorecards as the bout entered the round, but an accumulation of accurate […]

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Autumn Nations Cup Round Two: England vs Ireland

Tweet England 18-7 Ireland The score no doubt flattered Ireland, as two Jonny May’s tries led the way for England’s 18-7 victory over Ireland. Despite May’s excellent tries, the 2nd being a 90m wonder try and no doubt one of the best seen at Twickenham, the victory should be equally […]

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