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Sport | Six Nations Triple Crown – Can England stop Ireland?

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This weekend sees the third round of the RBS Six Nations, with England hosting unbeaten Ireland at Twickenham, Scotland travelling to Italy’s Stadio Olimpico to attempt to salvage something from a terrible start, while Wales are looking to bounce back from a defeat against Ireland as France, who are also unbeaten thus far, … Read More

Sport | Between the Lines: One Direction to Brazil?

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Joe Bookbinder Between the Lines was beginning to fret, what to write about without the excitement and drama of the English Premier League? With just a boring international break to make do with, BTL was pleasantly surprised… As publicity stunts go, it was rather mundane – ‘professional footballer plays football … Read More

Paws for thought

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Calum Gunning Lions 2013 The British and Irish Lions tours are always a magnificent spectacle and four years ago we were treated to three epic encounters between World Cup winners South Africa and a Lions team including a host of Irish grand slam champions. This time round Australia are the … Read More

Six Nations 2013 round-up

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LS Sport’s Calum Gunning casts his expert eye over the 2013 Six Nations. So another year’s Six Nations tournament has come and gone. It set new records for the fewest points and tries scored, poor weather meant the middle section of the tournament was void of much exciting rugby and … Read More

Sinfield’s England Sink Wales

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    England kicked off their autumn international series in style last Saturday by thrashing Wales 80-12 in Wrexham. A strong England side – captained by Leeds Rhinos skipper Kevin Sinfield – scored an impressive 13 tries to Wales’ two and as usual Sinfield’s kicking game was strong – despite … Read More

The Hammer of The Scots?

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The term ‘must win’ is overused in the world of football, but for Wales and Scotland it’s perfectly appropriate. Both home nations are still looking for their first win in Group A of the 2014 World Cup qualifiers and while Scotland has managed two draws from its first two games, … Read More