Ireland secured their second successive win in this year’s Six Nations Championship following a thoroughly deserved 24-14 triumph over Wales in Dublin on Saturday. After struggling against Scotland in their opening match of the tournament, they were much improved in Round Two, securing a bonus-point via scores from Jordan Larmour,
Josh Adams's hat-trick and a free-flowing Wales performance opened up the 2020 Guinness Six Nations to herald a new era under Wayne Pivac. For anyone wondering if Pivac could bring his enterprising style to the Championship or if Wales have a good chance at defending their Grand Slam crown we’re now
The All Blacks team has been named to play Wales in the Rugby World Cup 2019 Bronze Final at Tokyo Stadium, Tokyo, on Friday 1 November (Kick-off: 6.00PM, 10.00PM NZT) The matchday 23 is as follows (Test caps in brackets): 1. Joe Moody (44) 2. Dane Coles (68) 3. Nepo Laulala (24) 4. Brodie Retallick
TOKYO, 27 Oct – South Africa advanced to the 2019 Rugby World Cup final courtesy of a narrow 19-16 victory over Wales in their semi-final in Yokohama on Sunday. As predicted, this was a hard-fought encounter characterised by several brutal collisions throughout and the result was in the balance until the end.
TOKYO, 25 Oct - Wales full-back Liam Williams has been ruled out of the Rugby World Cup and will miss Sunday’s semi-final against South Africa in Yokohama. Williams suffered an ankle injury during an accidental collision in training on Wednesday and will be replaced by Leigh Halfpenny, pictured, in one of