Tag Archives: Rugby

All For It!

Gathered Thursday at Orly during a crisis meeting, the National League (NRL) and the French clubs have finally decided to dissociate English clubs and abandon their alternative plans for a new European Cup for back into the fold of the ERC. This is what is called retreat. And the least we can say is that President Paul Goze and the ... Read More »

Rugby XV Of France Folds Against The Springboks

Blue tilt 10-19 against the South Africans. The balance of the season is not good: eight defeats, one draw and two wins. The XV of France turns the page with a black year with a new missed appointment, Saturday against South Africa (19-10) at the close of its fall tour, which casts a veil of doubt its future. This could ... Read More »

They Discovered Rugby At University

While the vast majority of Abitibians do not what to do with a rugby ball in his hands, this is not the case of Amos and Sebastien Mathieu Denis Grondin, who practice this sport in recent years at the university level. The first, aged 22, has been evolving for two seasons with the Carabins University of Montreal, while the second ... Read More »

Rugby: Tonga Opportunity To Enter For The XV De France

Le Havre (AFP) – Stuck in a series of setbacks, the XV of France was the perfect opportunity to show his progress, quench his thirst for victory and take revenge Saturday (18h00) Le Havre against Tonga. The French are under pressure while a veil darker covers the current fiscal year. “The bitter taste of defeat in their mouths, that’s a ... Read More »

Tests In November:The XV Of France To A Black Page

The XV of France rushes groping in the tunnel test matches in November, hoping that its strategy, namely against the best to progress, eventually pay, why not face New Zealand on Saturday. Fast or slow digestion? If a rich menu was concocted XV of France in 2013, including four matches against the world champions All Blacks (three in June and ... Read More »

Perpignan Rebelled

Led to the half, Perpignan a lot of dust in the second period to finally win against Edinburgh widely (31-14). After his defeat on the wire against Gloucester last week (27-22), Perpignan recovers and carries on his lawn against Edinburgh in the second round of the Heineken Cup (31-14). Battered in the first half, Perpignan have responded perfectly to offer ... Read More »