The Tale of Two World Cup Rugby Cities

When two becomes one springs to mind at this stage of the Rugby World Cup 2023. I remember being told that the quarter finals of the Heineken Champions Cup were in some ways the highlight because of the titanic struggles which used to occur. This has most likely happened here, although all for the wrong reasons. The lopsided draw made it look as if we were witnessing two different competitions which have now merged into one.

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 […]