Ireland

Time to Review the Reviewers

The opening lines of Rudyard Kipling’s poem “If” could easily have been written with match officials in mind. “If you can keep your head when all about you Are losing theirs and blaming it on you, If you can trust

Management on The Run?

Southern hemisphere rugby is in dire straits, of that there can be no doubt. The decision by the power brokers to expand the Super Rugby competition has proven to have been misguided and one based on ego and greed, and

It Doesn’t Add Up

Mathematics is certainly not our strong point, but with a limited knowledge of this subject there are a few things that simply don’t add up. A year ago Football West decided to start stating how many people were playing football

Podcast #23 – A Schoolgirl’s All Australian Selection and So Much More

Podcast #23 – A Schoolgirl’s All Australian Selection and So Much More

Time for another Podcast, and on this show John and Ashley look back on the Olympics and the Paralympics and have differing opinions as to whether the two should merge or be held at different venues. Our guest on this

Vale Jonah Lomu

He was labelled the first “superstar of rugby.” There are some who will argue that Colin “Pinetree” Meads, Barry John or JPR Williams were superstars before him, but they never received the coverage that Jonah Lomu’s feats did, as in

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