By Katie Field The Saints Renaissance men Walloped 40-7 at home by Leinster in the Heineken Cup last weekend, Northampton Saints produced one of rugby’s all-time great comebacks to beat…

sale v toulon

EVERY YEAR, as Christmas drew closer, my school rugby team would embark upon a festive fitness regime. Regardless of how much frost there was, we would work on early morning…

josh strauss glasgow

ALTHOUGH STERN faces will be talking about the benefits the Scottish pro sides can gain from the next three rounds of the Heineken Cup, it is safe to say that…

AS OCTOBER draws near the rain is lashing pedestrians with more regularity. For some south of Berwick this is a reminder that grounds will soften and tries may be unpleasantly…

ulster v edinburgh

Edinburgh put up a hearty fight, but in a performance that echoed recent Scotland outings, they could not convert their pressure to points. The visitors threw everything they could at…

tim visser edinburgh

Ulster are favourites to reach their first Heineken Cup final since 1999 on Saturday, but Edinburgh will arrive in Dublin preparing to put up a fight. The Scots have never…

Blues make six changes to face Edinburgh

Cardiff Blues have made six changes, as they bid farewell to a number of great servants when they take on Edinburgh at the Cardiff City Stadium, Sunday 2.05pm kick off…

Zach Kibirige (Newcastle) Newcastle may be going through a torrid time in the Aviva Premiership, but one man who is clearly thriving in the Falcons environment is academy back Zach…

Bradley names his first Edinburgh team

Edinburgh Rugby head coach Michael Bradley has named four starting debutants in the side’s first pre-season match of the 2011/12 season against Sale Sharks this Friday. The fixture is Bradley’s…