Posts Tagged ‘stuart hogg’
Posted 48 days ago
Posted 70 days ago
WALES AND Scotland, like two prize fighters slugged out a first-half bereft of quality and punctuated by a constant penalties given by whistle-happy referee Craig Joubert. The only highlight, if you can call it that, was a close-range try from blond battering ram Richard Hibbard on 21 mins, after some fine work down the touchline from George North.
Posted 88 days ago
THE BRITISH and Irish Lions are still hotter than a Justin Bieber and David Beckham collaborative calendar. Need proof? Every single test ticket for this summer’s tour sold out in 15 minutes. People are tearing their hair out, trying to find a seat. The powers that be Down Under have promised a spectacle to rival the 2003 Rugby World Cup and the omens are good.
Posted 102 days ago
Posted 434 days ago
BEFORE Stuart Hogg showed his impressive attacking skills for the Scotland senior side during this year’s RBS 6 Nations, he scored a fantastic touchdown on his debut for the A team in Galashiels. Scotland A thrashed England Saxons 35-0 in early February, with this try from full-back Hogg the highlight…
Posted 446 days ago
By Al Dymock
AT post-match press conferences, stats sheets are handed out by busy looking officials. You get the certified breakdown of what happened during the game and you can pick over where and why things didn’t go to plan.
After Scotland lost 17-23 against France, I crumpled the sheet up and threw it away.
The thing is that if you were to…