Monthly Archives: October 2013

declansrugbyblog: Well, with the next Heineken Cup games not taking place until December the focus returns to the Rabo12. All 4 provinces did well in their matches (though Leinster were playing Connacht) making it another good weekend for Irish rugby. … Continue reading

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RABO ROUNDUP

Well, with the next Heineken Cup games not taking place until December the focus returns to the Rabo12. All 4 provinces did well in their matches (though Leinster were playing Connacht) making it another good weekend for Irish rugby. It … Continue reading

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RABO ROUND-UP

Well, with the next Heineken Cup games not taking place until December the focus returns to the Rabo12. All 4 provinces did well in their matches (though Leinster were playing Connacht) making it another good weekend for Irish rugby. It … Continue reading

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HEINEKEN CUP: WHAT THE HELL IS GOING ON?

Well, I really don’t understand what’s going on with the Heineken Cup! Every time things seem to be heading towards a resolution something happens to turn it on its head. First, Toulon siding with the ERC seemed to turn things … Continue reading

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IS THIS THE END OF THE HEINEKEN CUP?

In a major development in the friction within the Heineken Cup, the Welsh clubs have put their support behind a breakaway English and French competition. This is a major blow for the ERC and in turn a major boost for the … Continue reading

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IRISH SQUAD FOR NOVEMBER TESTS

Irish coach Joe Schmidt has picked his first Ireland squad for the upcoming November series and it’s a strong squad, barring injuries. The most notable omissions are wingers Luke Fitzgerald and Andrew Trimble. On the plus side there’s a call-up … Continue reading

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