This week we concern ourselves with the debacle that we sadly got to witness firsthand at York Lions Stadium here in Toronto last Saturday. We went to our first Arrows game of the season, their second, and sadly were bitterly disappointed by what happened on and off the pitch during the match. After the narrowContinue reading “The Lineout Calls of the Week”
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The Lineout Calls of the Week
Now that we’ve had a chance to catch our breath after one of the most memorable Six Nations in a long time, we can reflect on a tournament that told us a lot about the State of Northern Hemisphere Rugby ahead of this year’s World Cup. Ireland emerged as Grand Slam Champions and with itContinue reading “The Lineout Calls of the Week”
The Lineout Calls of the Week
We apologise that last week’s Calls of the Week which was a mid-term review of the Six Nations got lost in a myriad of technical problems with this site. Fortunately that seems to have been resolved as we look forward to possibly THE most intriguing Round 4 of the Six Nations in a VERY longContinue reading “The Lineout Calls of the Week”
The Arrows story so far – our Exiles put up a brave fight!
The Arrows 2021 season has so far been a bit of a rollercoaster. Arguably facing more than their fair share of hurdles to be even playing in the tournament at all as the only Canadian franchise, the Arrows have had a promising campaign at times but a glaring lack of consistency is clearly holding themContinue reading “The Arrows story so far – our Exiles put up a brave fight!”
The Pool Stages of the Heineken run the numbers for two of the best runners up and squads start to take shape for the Six Nations
A busy week in the Heineken Cup sees a number of teams book their quarter final spots, and a fascinating five horse race for the last two runner up spots is on the agenda for this weekend. Meanwhile this week saw plenty of developments ahead of the Six Nations as all but England have nowContinue reading “The Pool Stages of the Heineken run the numbers for two of the best runners up and squads start to take shape for the Six Nations”
7 wins in a row secures the Arrows a much sought after playoff spot after a hard fought battle with Rugby United New York!
In a titanic struggle with fellow playoff hopefuls Rugby United New York, the Toronto Arrows kept fans on the edge of their seats until a 77th minute drop goal from fly half Sam Malcolm would secure a 22-20 victory for the Arrows, and that coveted spot in the finals. Toronto will kick themselves for notContinue reading “7 wins in a row secures the Arrows a much sought after playoff spot after a hard fought battle with Rugby United New York!”
Arrows make it six in a row and a playoff spot beckons!
In an emphatic 40-12 win over the Glendale Raptors at Lamport Stadium, the Toronto Arrows secure third spot in the league heading into the final game of the regular season this coming Sunday. It was a dominant performance which saw the home side make few if any mistakes, and secure a win that will giveContinue reading “Arrows make it six in a row and a playoff spot beckons!”
Toronto make it three in a row and build some serious momentum!
In Toronto’s first of four games at Lamport Stadium in the heart of downtown, they laid down a marker that they mean business for the rest of the season. In a gutsy fightback they ultimately stole the match at the death from the League’s top ranked team San Diego Legion. It was a nail bitingContinue reading “Toronto make it three in a row and build some serious momentum!”
Toronto’s third home game sees them inch closer to that elusive playoff spot!
Elusive it may still be but, after defeating last year’s Champions the Seattle Seawolves 29-7 at York Alumni Field on Sunday, a playoff spot is not completely out of reach for Major League Rugby’s 2019 debutantes the Toronto Arrows. Toronto put on their best show to date since returning to Toronto for the remainder ofContinue reading “Toronto’s third home game sees them inch closer to that elusive playoff spot!”
Toronto get their hunt for a playoff spot back on track in their second home game
In only their second home game of the season Toronto’s Major League Rugby Franchise, the Arrows, put in a solid performance to overcome the Houston Sabercats 35-21 and put them back in contention for a possible playoff spot. After their rousing home opener against New Orleans a fortnight ago, which saw the Arrows get edgedContinue reading “Toronto get their hunt for a playoff spot back on track in their second home game”