Scarlets, Coaches and Wine

Sporting Wine Club is proud and privileged to be part of the Scarlets long and distinguished rugby history. Most notably in supplying their two commemorative wines, the 9-3 (celebrating the famous win over the All Blacks) and the 1872 (the year of Llanelli’s foundation).

A Sporting Weekend for the Ages

The sporting public were spoilt for choice over the weekend and saw for themselves the full range of agony and ecstasy experienced by elite athletes all round the world. It is what they live for, and the result of months if not years of total dedication. Cricket, Rugby, Rugby League and Formula One all featured and supporters of English participants were subjected to a rollercoaster of emotions.  

Highs and Lows of a Rugby Summer

For someone who is a relentless rugby optimist, this may seem a rather downbeat headline and I will dwell on the positives first to prove my optimism! Argentina cry tears of joy  Conclusively the team which has emerged with most credit this summer not just because of their All Blacks triumph. They play with an urgency, a […]

The stuff of Sporting Champions

When Ireland won at Twickenham in their first match following England’s Rugby World Cup triumph in 2003, we joked that only Ireland could peak the best side in the world after the World Cup had ended!

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All Blacks in an Irish stew as Super Saturday approaches

Whatever the unwelcome statistics for the Southern Hemisphere nations, losing all their matches in unison for the first time, their marketing departments will be secretly delighted that 4 series sit in the balance for this coming weekend. A real Super Saturday.

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Highs and Lows of an English Sporting Summer

Simon Halliday blog - Highs and Lows of An English Sporting Summer

Lovers of English Sport are resilient if nothing else. Rock bottom only a few months ago, our cricket now rules the world and the players are being compared to rock artists. Same team though! And against a backdrop of earth-shattering incompetence by their administrators.

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Sporting drama in June – A Rugby Tale of Three Fly Halves and two coaches

Simon Halliday - Rugby Blog

What a month of sport around the world, where to start? Bairstow’s heroics at Trent Bridge against the world’s No 1 team, New Zealand, was inspired by the legendary Kiwi Brendan McCullum, a delicious irony and so far a visionary choice for England’s new supremo.

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New Partnership with Rugga Coffee announced!

Sporting Wine Club is delighted to announce our brand-new partnership with Rugga Coffee! Rugga Coffee’s values are completely aligned with Sporting Wine Club as a company built with a passion for rugby, coffee and supporting mental health awareness. 

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