Posts Tagged ‘rugby’

The Punt #99

No winners in #98. Just one week to go until our 100th edition of this great weekly article, and we’ve got something special planned. But for now, our team will be looking to build momentum headed into #100.

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The Punt #98

Adrian and Matt both won last week. Matt retained his spot in second, while Adrian jumped to third. Where’s the money headed this week? Let’s take a look…

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The Punt #97

No winners just yet, but Tomo backed Nadal to win the French Open, so we’ll wait on that one. Plenty happening, let’s see where the money is this week.

UPDATE: Tomo won! With his big win, he’s shot up into first spot. Updates from Punt #97 in #98 later this week.

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The Punt #81

Matt won again, but there was no joy for our other punters… Will this be the week? We certainly hope so!

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The Drawing Board – End of year tour review

December 7, 2012 Leave a comment

A stunning victory by England over world champions New Zealand and seven tries from Ireland against Argentina were two rare high points for the home nations in the November internationals against the visitors from the south. Read more…

Podcast – Episode 58

Why is this man here? It will all make sense… once you listen.

The podcast returns with the Summer Series for 2012-13!

This week on the show, we catch up with all the big stories over our time off. From: Sonny Bill Williams returning to the NRL, Quade Cooper’s possible code switch, Israel Folau, the appointment of the new ARLC CEO and announcement of the 2013 draw, David Beckham’s possible move to the A-League, David Campese’s thoughts on female journalists, and Frank Farina’s return to the A-League with Sydney FC, it’s all covered.

There’s all our usual A-League and EPL coverage, a preview of the third Test between Australia and South Africa, Tomo brings us up to speed in the NBA, and we give Skyfall the full review treatment in the Think Tank.

Talk about comprehensive… Listen in now!

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The Drawing Board (06/07/2012)

Welcome to Who’s Playing Who?’s weekly rugby blog. This week saw the return to action of Super Rugby after the first ever break in the competition.  It is still really close in the competition, with 8 or 9 teams still in the hunt for the playoff spots. The Chiefs are the only team that have secured their spot in the playoffs. Read more…

The Drawing Board (15/6/2012)

Hello and welcome to Who’s Playing Who?’s weekly rugby blog. This week saw the first ever break in Super Rugby history for the internationals. So not that many games played over the weekend, but they were high quality none the less. The northern hemisphere teams are currently undertaking tours of each of the southern hemisphere countries, which is a step in the right direction for me. This allows for more drama to unfold during the course of the series, and gives teams a chance to work each other out over a few weeks. Well done whoever had the foresight to bring these back. Read more…

The Drawing Board (08/06/2012)

Hello and welcome to Who’s playing Who?’s weekly rugby blog. Super rugby takes a break for this week as the June internationals take place. This will allow teams to relax and recuperate. There will be friendly games going on as well during this time, as teams look to keep their fitness up. However, the main focus for those not involved in the internationals will be to rest and get over any niggles that they may have. Read more…

The Drawing Board (27/04)

Hello and welcome to Who’s Playing Who?’s weekly rugby blog. Apologies for last week, time seemed to have gotten the better of me. This week again promises to be an intriguing one as there is a bit of a breakaway group forming at the top, but they are still within sight of the chasing bunch. There are some important matchups this week, as teams look to pick up valuable points in the lead up to the international break. Read more…

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