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Up and comer David Sisi

HOTSHOTS – David Sisi (London Irish)

St Paul’s Catholic College pupil David Sisi first picked up a rugby ball as a Year Seven student, and played his first few years in the front row. He has…

Fly Half Matthew Morgan

HOTSHOTS – Matthew Morgan (Ospreys)

There’s a feeling in some rugby circles that young players have the natural flair coached out of them, but Swansea coach Richard Webster is determined not to let that happen…

Donncha O'Callaghan Munster

Munster down but not out

Munster’s early eviction from the Heineken Cup has prompted claims that they are now over the hill, and losing their position as one of Europe’s top dogs. Seilala Mapusua’s try…

Top two is England’s Six Nations aim

Top two is England’s Six Nations aim

JOHN STEELE, the Rugby Football Union’s (RFU’s) CEO, today outlined his thoughts on the progress made by the current England team as it approaches the forthcoming RBS 6 Nations during…

Castres 12 Northampton 23 – The Verdict

Castres 12 Northampton 23 – The Verdict

By Paul Morgan, editor of Rugby World Magazine No English side since Bath in 2002 had gone through the Heineken Cup pool stage unbeaten, that was until Northampton won here…

Denis Leamy Munster

Munster 28 London Irish 14 – The Verdict

Munster kicked into gear with just 10 minutes of the game to go to beat London Irish 28-14 at Thomond Park. Neither team could qualify for the quarter finals of…

paul o'connell Munster

Munster v London Irish

Neither Munster nor London Irish can progress to the quarter finals of the Heineken Cup, but plenty of pride and bragging rights are still up for grabs in Saturday’s pool…