What’s on site The Wigan coaching saga shows no sign of resolution as Adrian Lam remained coy on his own future amidst the Shaun Edwards debacle. There was at least some good news for Wigan fans over the weekend, as the Warriors held off a stern test at Salford to win 30-22, only their second […]
The ACT Brumbies will be looking for two wins on the trot this afternoon as they play the Queensland Reds at Suncorp Stadium. Join The Roar for live scores and a blog of the match from 4:05pm AEDT.
The leadership is under attack from all sides, the future is uncertain, support on the ground wavering, fingers pointed in every direction. But enough about Wigan Warriors, let’s discuss Brexit. Now seems a good time to look at how Brexit might influence rugby league. If/when the UK leaves the EU, the RFL could dispense with […]
'Maybe for some reason there is a consensus among the rugby public that they don't rate us' – RugbyPass
22 March, 4:33pm Gareth Anscombe says Six Nations champions Wales have reason to believe they can “ruffle a few feathers” at the World Cup later this year. The Grand Slam winners have twice been World Cup semi-finalists – at the inaugural tournament 31 years ago, and in 2011, when they lost by a point to […]
OPINION: The Wallabies are in danger of making the same mistake as they made at the 1995 Rugby World Cup by selecting too many old players who are past their best. Wallabies coach Michael Cheika could pick a “Dad’s Army” World Cup squad that includes up to 19 frontline players who are either 30-years-old or […]
The (disappointing) end of the Six Nations campaign ensures the next time we see Ireland in competitive action will be September’s World Cup. On this week’s World in Union podcast, we caught up with former Connacht man and current coach with Hong Kong rugby union Brett Wilkinson and also picked the 31 Ireland squad for this […]