Round 4 of the Ruby Championship sees South Africa desperately trying to avoid another hiding at the hands of the All Blacks; while an optimistic Pumas side travels to Australia to take on a Wallaby side struggling to fire!

We learnt three things last weekend as Round 3 of the Championship wrapped up. Firstly, New Zealand are seemingly invincible whether or not they put out their first, second or third string teams. The Pumas are back with a vengeance and along with New Zealand are playing the most attractive and exciting rugby in theContinue reading “Round 4 of the Ruby Championship sees South Africa desperately trying to avoid another hiding at the hands of the All Blacks; while an optimistic Pumas side travels to Australia to take on a Wallaby side struggling to fire!”

Round 3 of the Rugby Championship sees New Zealand looking comfortable; Argentina seeming to peak at the right time and South Africa and Australia having more questions than answers!

The second round of the Rugby Championship dispelled any rumors of an Australian comeback, while the new-found optimism surrounding South Africa seemed to evaporate quickly. New Zealand as expected were clearly in a league of their own, with fly half Beauden Barrett producing a Man of the Match performance for the record books. However, theContinue reading “Round 3 of the Rugby Championship sees New Zealand looking comfortable; Argentina seeming to peak at the right time and South Africa and Australia having more questions than answers!”

Round 2 of the Rugby Championship poses some interesting questions for three of the teams, but there is little doubt that New Zealand’s status quo looks secure!

After Round 1 we still hold that this is going to be one of the most open Rugby Championships in years – between three teams that is! New Zealand may trip at the odd hurdle, and the possibility of one upset in Pretoria at the end of the tournament is not beyond the realm ofContinue reading “Round 2 of the Rugby Championship poses some interesting questions for three of the teams, but there is little doubt that New Zealand’s status quo looks secure!”

The Rugby Championship opens its doors for business this weekend with a red hot ticket in Sydney and a fascinating contest in Durban!

Yes it’s back, and we are genuinely excited about the 2018 edition of the annual dust up between Argentina, Australia, New Zealand and South Africa that will keep us glued to our TV screens for six Saturdays between now and October. The action kicks off on Saturday, as tournament favorites New Zealand travel across theContinue reading “The Rugby Championship opens its doors for business this weekend with a red hot ticket in Sydney and a fascinating contest in Durban!”