English Premiership: Dominant Chiefs restart season with bonus point victory against battling Tigers

Exeter Chiefs 26(12) Leicester Tigers 13(6) Exeter Chiefs began the restart with a controlled victory against a competitive Leicester at an empty Sandy Park. In a match where both sides had plenty of chances, the hosts got the job done against a fighting Tigers side on Jonny Gray's debut for the hosts. The second rower … Continue reading English Premiership: Dominant Chiefs restart season with bonus point victory against battling Tigers

Caledonia One: Ellon beat battling Wanderers in enthralling encounter

Ellon  38(24)  Aberdeen Wanderers  31(12)  Ellon now sit second in the league table after an entertaining bonus point victory against a resilent Aberdeen Wanderers side. The sides shared ten tries between them as Wanderers fought their way back into a game which the hosts looked to have tied up by the 50th minute after James … Continue reading Caledonia One: Ellon beat battling Wanderers in enthralling encounter

Caledonia One: Aberdeen Wanderers 29-5 Blairgowrie

Aberdeen Wanderers 29 (15) Blairgowrie 5(0) Aberdeen Wanderers brushed past Blairgowrie as blustery conditions and a heavy Groats Road pitch made the going tough for both sides.  The hosts' stand-off, Ed Vickers, scored 14  points, adding a fine try to three conversions and a penalty. Ewan Smith, Mitchell Scott and Carwyn Walker also crossed the … Continue reading Caledonia One: Aberdeen Wanderers 29-5 Blairgowrie

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French Flair, Irish Intelligence and Scotland’s Silly Errors

This weekend was always going to be just that little better than usual as the crème la crème of sporting events got underway in Cardiff. I speak not of the Super Bowl in Miami, but instead of the Northern Hemisphere’s rugby showpiece where long-time supporters and long-suffering girlfriends (or boyfriends) alike were treated to two … Continue reading French Flair, Irish Intelligence and Scotland’s Silly Errors

Six Nations 2020 Preview: Ireland

When wandering down some of Dublin’s busiest streets its difficult to ignore the countless electoral posters which line the streets in their hundreds. Each one stars a TD or party leader front and centre. The subject of the personal political campaigns either smiling wryly or poising in an authoritative stance in order to gain voter … Continue reading Six Nations 2020 Preview: Ireland