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Can Eddie Jones Save English Rugby?

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AUSTRALIAN-RAISED coach Eddie Jones has been appointed the new head coach of the English International Rugby Union squad, and quite frankly, most fans cannot wait to see what he has to offer. Jones certainly has an impressive curriculum vitae when it comes to coaching rugby teams to success. Coaching the … Read More

England lead Pakistan in ODI series

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ENGLAND are in a strong position leading Pakistan 2-1 in the five-match ODI series in the UAE, after a disappointing performance saw them lose the test series 2-0. Having lost their last one-day series to World Cup winners Australia, England were looking for some success in the run up the 2017 … Read More

Cook’s men left to settle for a draw

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ENGLAND ran out of time to knock off the runs on the final day in the first of three tests against Pakistan in the UAE. In a test that was literally no more exciting than watching paint dry for the best part of four days, England almost managed to snatch the … Read More

England searching for consistency ahead of tough winter

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England go in to the 3 test match series against Pakistan in the UAE on Tuesday looking for some consistency ahead of a tough winter. After edging a thrilling Ashes series against Australia in the summer, they are now desperately searching for some away form before travelling to South Africa … Read More

The Rugby World Cup Weekly Review

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Group A Wales 23 – 13 Fiji A tired-looking Wales were run close by the Pacific islanders, who at one point in the second half looked like they could take the lead. However, the reliable boot of Dan Biggar steered them to safety and through to the quarter-finals. England 13 … Read More

England’s World Cup future uncertain

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FOLLOWING England’s crushing defeat to Wales on Saturday 26th September, the host nation’s World Cup fate is far less certain than it once seemed. The country appears to be furiously divided between those who believe England can still do it and those who are already wishing them better luck next … Read More

England grind out win

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The one-day international series between England and Australia will go down to the wire, after the hosts reached their target of 300 with four balls to spare at Headingley. The Aussies were heavily wounded by their unsuccessful Ashes campaign, and had come out on top in the opening two contests, … Read More

England make history in triumphant third-place play-off

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England 1 – Germany 0 After a crushing 2-1 defeat to Japan in last week’s semi-final, England were able to put those demons behind them and salvage some pride against a formidable German outfit. The England squad showed tremendous resilience in a game that proved this Women’s World Cup campaign … Read More

Resilient England reach semi-cup finals

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  ENGLAND continued to make history last night as they stormed into their first ever World Cup semi-final with a 2-1 victory over tournament hosts Canada. They will now face reigning champions Japan, who edged past Australia with a 1-0 win thanks to a late goal from Mana Iwabuchi. The Lionesses … Read More

Golden strike from Bronze secures quarter-final place

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England Women made history last night, winning their first knock out match in a World Cup tournament, with a superb strike by Lucy Bronze securing their place in the quarter-finals. The Lionesses faced a tough test in their last 16 match, playing a strong and talented Norwegian side. The game … Read More