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  • Cayman – Fiji sizzlers too hot for North

    Top level rugby is still going strong at the club in South Sound (Grand Cayman) and on Saturday the Southern Hemisphere took the second Test in convincing fashion with a 27–17 win over their Northern Hemisphere counterparts. The South, with the help of two surplus Northern Hemisphere front row forwards, […]

     
  • Invictus: Must Watch Movie

    Morgan Freeman stars as Nelson Mandela in Eastwood’s newest film. Is Morgan Freeman the greatest American actor? Venerable New Yorker film critic Pauline Kael posed this question back in April of 1987, in response to Morgan Freeman’s fascinating portrayal of a pimp in Street Smart. Invitus, directed by Clint Eastwood, […]

     
  • IRB ‘Rugby Ready’ a global hit

    IRB ‘Rugby Ready’ a global hit

    IRB Rugby Ready, the online best-practice coaching and Rugby preparation resource, is providing an invaluable education tool for players, coaches, referees and administrators around the world. Since its launch in October 2007, the IRB Rugby Ready website – has been accessed by over 208,000 unique users in 201 countries worldwide, […]

     
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  • Current Olympic Rugby Champions

    Now that rugby is to be reintroduced to the 2016 Olympic games for the first time in over 90 years, did you know that the reigning Olympic Champions are the United States, who beat France 17-3 in the last ever Olympic Final in 1924 <div style="text-align:center"><object type="application/x-shockwave-flash" style="width:350px; height:288px" data="http://www.youtube.com/v/Eck6Xy-pC0E&amp;NR&amp;hl=en&amp;rel=0&amp;color1=19acdc&amp;color2=19acdc&amp;border=1"><param name="movie" value="http://www.youtube.com/v/Eck6Xy-pC0E&amp;NR&amp;hl=en&amp;rel=0&amp;color1=19acdc&amp;color2=19acdc&amp;border=1" /></object><em><strong><span style="color:#009900">USA Beat France to win the 1924 Olympic Gold</span></strong></em></div>

     
  • Trinidad Already Preparing for CAC Games

    <span style="color:#666666"><strong>Selectors looking for new talent</strong></span> <span style="color:#666666"><em><strong>Curtis Nero, Trinidad and Tobago Rugby Football Union (TTRFU) chairman of selectors, has confirmed that T&amp;T’s 2010 Central America and Caribbean (CAC) Games rugby sevens preparation begins with this weekend’s National Sevens Championships, scheduled for the Queen’s Park Savannah, Port of Spain.</strong></em></span> <div class="image_block"><a href="http://www.rugbybahamas.com/images/nerosolomon.jpg"><img src="http://www.rugbybahamas.com/images/nerosolomon.jpg" alt="" title="" width="225" height="225" /></a></div> <div align="center"><span style="color:#009900"><em><strong>Curtis Nero (right) with Guyana Head Coach Sherlock Solomon</strong></em></span></div> According to Nero, the TTRFU selectors will pay close attention to the day’s activities. <blockquote><p><img src="http://www.bigblogmedia.com/images/start_quote_rb.gif" align="texttop" alt="" /> ’We will be looking to see if any youngsters will stake a claim for inclusion in the training squad. The Trinidad and Tobago Olympic Committee’s (TTOC) first fitness test is on Saturday but we will miss out due to the National Sevens. But we will shortlist players following the sevens and submit those names to the TTOC for future fitness tests.’ <img src="http://www.bigblogmedia.com/images/end_quote_rb.gif" align="absbottom" alt="" /></p></blockquote> Nero said the disappointment of losing to Guyana in last month’s NACRA Sevens final is still being felt, but he is confident T&amp;T will rebound in 2010 and win the CAC gold medal and qualify for the 2011 Pan Am Games. Source: <a href="http://www.trinidadexpress.com/index.pl/article_sports?id=161566387">T&amp;T Express</a>

     
  • IRB Dubai Sevens: New Zealand back to winning ways

    <span style="color:#666666"><em><strong>A brilliant display from New Zealand has seen them crowned Dubai Sevens champions getting their 2009/10 IRB Sevens World Series campaign off to the perfect start.</strong></em></span> <div class="image_block"><a href="http://www.rugbybahamas.com/images/NZdubai.jpg"><img src="http://www.rugbybahamas.com/images/NZdubai.jpg" alt="" title="" width="300" height="200" /></a></div> With the Kiwis not winning a leg last season, the win will come as welcome relief for coach Gordon Tietjens. The Kiwis faced an inspired Samoa side in the final winning 24-12 thanks to a brace from Tomasi Cama. Scores from Levasa and Lolo Lui originally put the Samoans ahead but DJ Forbes and Kurt Baker’s efforts were enough for New Zealand to take it. Australia stunned South Africa 7-0 to take the Plate and World Champions Wales were far too strong for Zimbabwe winning the Bowl 38-7. Russia enjoyed their first Dubai Sevens experience claiming the Shield against Portugal thanks to a hat-trick from the impressive Vasily Artemyev. In the Cup Semi-Finals it was New Zealand who shone clinically beating old rivals Fiji with some highly charged physical Sevens that saw them win 19-0. Samoa blitzed England to go 21-0 almost immediately with Lolo Lui, inspirational throughout the weekend, eventually aiding them to a 28-19 win. Defending Champions South Africa were stunned in the first of the day’s Cup Quarter-Finals losing to an Fiji, with New Zealand also going through after they came from behind to edge Kenya at the death. England needed sudden death extra time to beat Argentina thanks to a Ben Gollings score. Lolo Lui’s dramatic late conversion was enough for a one point win over Australia in what was a thrilling hour and half’s play at ‘The Sevens’. The Series moves to George next week for the second leg of the IRB Sevens World Series. Source: <a href="http://ur7s.com/news/667/day_2_irb_dubai_sevens_new_zealand_back_to_winning_ways?utm_source=UR7s+Newsletter&amp;utm_campaign=1504841395-UR7s_Newsletter_Whole_List_09December200912_8_2009&amp;utm_medium=email">Ultimate Rugby Sevens</a>

     
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