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That drop goal, Welsh wizardry and Rome rocks

There was sunshine in Rome, the best dropkick ever scored in Paris and in Cardiff they nearly took the roof off.  Welcome to the Six Nations.

Scotland arrived at the Principality wearing the unusual tag of favourites and I think that might have got to them.  What is going on in your head influences...

Perfect Valentines Day Gifts

It’s that time of year again, Valentine’s Day. That period of time that falls between the end of January and mid February when women are pulling their hair out trying to figure out what to get the man in their life. February 14th is just around the corner so why not surprise them with something they want from Raging Bull? 

The most unloved competition in world rugby

Yes -  you know what I am talking about and before you yawn and click off let me plead the case for the Anglo-Welsh Cup.

This neglected child of rugby has all the right intentions and although the structure of the comp seems to be the brainchild of a bureaucrat and a comedian it does provide a grea...

European Roller Coaster delivers tasty quarter finals

I have now emerged from under the sofa cushions drained and exhausted after what can only be described X Factor syle as ‘a roller coaster’.  What incredible drama and amazing rugby the European Cup pool stages delivered!  It’s easy to pontificate at the beginning of the campaign and ink in your pool...

ENGLISH EXITING AND WELSH WIZARDY

This weekend delivered one of the greatest rounds of the competition.  Not sure about you but I was gripped from Friday night onwards and let’s just say the dog didn’t get to stretch his legs as much.

There were only two teams who fielded significantly weakened sides.   Leicester sent such a weaken...

MARLER SEES RED AND THE RETURN OF BIG BILLY

So here we are after Round 13 and just how good is it to say that there is still everything to play for.  There was drama aplenty this weekend with some winning streaks and losing streaks and barnstorming Billy nailing down his England place  whilst another threw his away.  Yes I am looking at you J...

Passion and power as Europe hots up

This round of matches was always going to be one of the most intense.  Round 4 is often the last opportunity to nail the points you need to be in with a chance to qualify for the quarters.  Both Exeter and Saracens will be heartbroken with their narrow defeats on the road but it was  good to see bot...

An Englishman’s home…

Is not his castle it would appear, as we had a weekend of drubbings provided from our Gaelic and French counterparts!

A tough weekend for the premiership sides in the Champions cup saw Wasps, Harlequins, Exeter, Northampton, Leicester and Bath all falling on their sword.

The big surprise had to co...

European Champions Cup feast on the menu

So after that explosive weekend of Premiership rugby we are hit by a quick one two from Europe with some juicy back to back games over the next fortnight.  The European Rugby Cup is the big one and I am sure many a team would sacrifice winning their home league to get their hands on this particular ...

Autumn Tests report Card

It has been a fairly testing time for the big four Southern Hemisphere teams on their Autumn tour.  I feel we may be seeing a closing of the supposed gap between north and south here with only the All Blacks managing to put together a clean sweep of wins although they got a bit of a scare up in Murr...