Saturday, September 30, 2023

Cellan Rhys

Ireland: 6 Nations Takeaways

The 2021 Six Nations should ultimately be remembered as a positive one for Andy Farrell’s Ireland. Assuming that France do a job on the Scots in Paris, Ireland place 3rd with a record of three wins and two losses. Were it not for Peter O’Mahony’s dismissal in Cardiff then I might have been sitting here writing about a title winning Ireland side. Alas, silverware...

New York Knicks 18-17: A Team on the Rise

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=z1hKhGT-TbE&t=8s James Lawrence Allcott recently released a video titled “HOW WEST HAM BECAME GREAT AGAIN”. In it, he discusses the change in direction West Ham...

England’s Disastrous 6 Nations: What’s Going Wrong?

2020 was England’s year. A Six Nations title and the Autumn Nations Cup to boot, England were still on the top of the pile...

Wales Rugby: A Tale of 2 Coaches

Wales rugby is currently floating between two eras. We look back and see the Gatland era. This was a period characterised by industrious, tough-as-nails...

Rugby Union’s Team of 2020: Outside Backs and Midfielders

The time has come to complete our Rugby Union team of 2020. Lastly, but by no means least, we have the try scoring, speedsters...

Rugby Union’s Best? Team of the Year 2020: Back Row and Half Backs

When I sat down to begin work on this series of posts, I anticipated that this post would be the hardest. The number of...

Rugby Union Team of the Year: The Tight 5

What a strange year 2020 was for rugby. We entered the year caught up in the scandal that was Saracens salary cap misdemeanours, blissfully...