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Tag Archives: rugby
It’s been a mystery to me these 30 years, why we sing Swing Low to England. Read the BBC article on the link to get the full story, but a bit of context. Back in 1987 rugby was mainly played … Continue reading
As I wondered around my old school – Bryanston – I felt nostalgia for the late 70s (when I was a pupil), wonder for the educational business I was being shown and fright at the conclusions I was drawing with … Continue reading
I am sure I’m not alone in wondering why drawing the test series against the All Blacks is a bad thing for the Lions , for Britain , for Ireland or for rugby. The British and Irish Lions is one … Continue reading
As I seem to spend most of this weekend commuting from Central London to Eton on trains running through Twickenham, I have not been able to avoid the rugby world cup. I now know that West London is populated entirely by Kiwis, Boks and Aussies … Continue reading
Simple answer – switch to supporting our national game! If Wayne Rooney had been born in Eire he’d have been the Irish #10 , competing with Dave Sexton, because that’s what the finest sportsmen in Ireland and NewZealand and … Continue reading
Most of this winter has been spent watching Yeovil Town lose, with the prospect of a home cup tie against Man Utd looming, I’ll be traipsing down to the Huish on Tuesday night to will them to a rare … Continue reading
Gavin Henson has a reputation for being vain and consequently superficial. He may be vain but he is not superficial.