Posts Tagged ‘argentina’
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A MUCH improved Argentina went to Cardiff a fortnight ago and deservedly beat a faltering Wales 26-12 so Ireland have no excuses for getting caught cold. They know they need to step-up against a fired up Pumas looking to cement their place in the Top 8 of the IRB rankings, which is so vital to the World Cup draw.
Posted 191 days ago
WARREN GATLAND’S mantra is paying off for Argentina – but not Wales. Gatland has long said that Wales can only get better by playing the best in the world – New Zealand, Australia and South Africa. While they’ve been doing that every year, they are still achieving success in peaks – followed by troughs. The Pumas, though, have clearly benefited from playing in the Rugby Championship and the intensity they brought to Cardiff allowed them to dictate the game.
Posted 193 days ago
Posted 329 days ago
ARGENTINE INTERNATIONAL winger, Horacio Agulla will be joining Bath Rugby next season.
The 27 year old, equally adept playing on the wing or at fullback, has been capped 34 times by his country and will prove an excellent addition to the back line with a great attitude and physicality as well as a nose for the try line. He will join…
Posted 335 days ago
IN CASE you missed it what with all the misery surrounding the Home Nations narrow defeats at the weekend, France also suffered at the hands of the southern hemisphere. Their 23-20 loss to Argentina in Cordoba was Les Bleus eighth defeat in 11 matches against the Pumas, writes Gavin Mortimer.
France have the chance to level the two-Test series this Saturday…
Posted 641 days ago
Welsh rugby fans can still take advantage of the buy one get one free offer to watch Wales take on the mighty Pumas at the Millennium Stadium tomorrow, with tickets available right up until kick off at 2.30pm.
Ticket outlets on Westgate Street in Cardiff will be open from 9am on Saturday and fans are advised to show up early to…
Posted 1268 days ago
From Rugby World reader, Larissa Falls
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Women’s Rugby… Matches at Twickenham and Stade de France following the men’s were great advertisements and should become regular occurrences not one-off opportunities. As for England beating New Zealand to show it isn’t a one horse race…bring on the World Cup!
Autumn Internationals… Genia, Guildford, J. Davies emergence with Moody’s comeback. The Samoan…
Posted 1290 days ago
By Paul Morgan, Editor of Rugby World Magazine
Forget the 19-9 scoreline this was a much, much bigger victory for Australia than it suggests, but with the heart ripped out of the England squad by injuries (just five left from the side that started the last Six Nations game against Scotland!) nothing else was ever going to happen. England are 7th…