Beatrice Asprey

The best of Manu Tuilagi

The best of Manu Tuilagi

LEICESTER TIGER Manu Tuilagi has returned from injury and now he wants his England shirt back! The wrecking ball centre has admitted to Rugby World that it was a strange feeling…

Rob Kearney’s try v New Zealand

Rob Kearney’s try v New Zealand

REMEMBER WHEN Ireland nearly beat the All Blacks? This Rob Kearney try put Ireland 19-0 ahead of the World Champions last November, only for New Zealand to come back and…

Seven monster tries from the London 7s!

Seven monster tries from the London 7s!

WERE YOU at the Marriott London Sevens? If you missed out on the action, check out this video of the seven top tries from the weekend. Which is your favourite?…

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Harlequins team up with GB Wheelchair Rugby

By Bea Asprey  JUMPING OUT of my skin while mid-conversation with Harlequins’ Chief Executive is not usually part of the plan but two wheelchairs have just collided at speed with…

Glasgow Sevens is back!

Glasgow Sevens is back!

SOME OF the silkiest skills you’ll see on a rugby pitch will be on display this weekend, as the HSBC Sevens World Series returns to Glasgow. Check out these top tries…

Step to it: Leiua in action for the Hurricanes this season

Five things you should know about Alapati Leiua

By Bea Asprey  LONDON WASPS have snapped up one of Super Rugby’s power houses in Alapati Leiua. He’s been formidable for the Hurricanes this season, and Wasps Director of Rugby…

Stalemate: Grenoble threw away a 13-point lead to draw 21-all with Bayonne

Four in danger of Top 14 relegation

By Gavin Mortimer  HERE’S A stat that will heap more misery on the heads of four clubs in the Top 14. In the nine years since the Top 16 shrank…

One-club man: Declan Danaher retired last month after 15 years at London Irish. Now he's their academy coach

Declan Danaher picks his Top XV

IT WILL always tug on a club’s heartstrings when one of their most loyal players reaches retirement, though when Declan Danaher hung up his boots in March, the London Irish…

Patience pays: Trimble has had ups and downs in the Irish jersey

Ireland: Five things we learned v France

By Claire Glancy  “Get bitter or get better” Andrew Trimble has had more heartaches than highs since making his Ireland debut in 2005. He has won 55 caps since then…