The rugby calendar ticked back to a Premiership Rugby programme, the week before this years’ Six Nations starts. Saturday had brought a win for Bath against Champions Harlequins, hopefully the season is looking up for the famous West Country club. London Irish beat Exeter at home moving them up to 6th in the table and Gloucester had a good away […]
And so the Salary Cap debacle rumbles on; the 35 points deduction and £5.36 million fine have been accepted by Saracens. That’s left the club at rock bottom in the Premiership table, with a huge uphill climb to avoid relegation. News has come today of the Salary Cap Manager carrying out a mid-season review of Saracens’ books for the current […]
More Phlog than Blog A 4 match Flexi Ticket for Wasps for £50, including Champions Cup rugby and a match against Saracens? It was rude not to! The first of my 4 games was against Pro12 Champions Connacht. The Bridesmaid turned Bride would be tough opposition for a Wasps team which included Kurtley Beale making his debut. Beale went from […]
Harlequins travel to Coventry to take on Wasps the only unbeaten team in the Premiership
The Ricoh Arena welcomes Coventry Bears and Keighley Cougars
An amazing result at The Ricoh Arena!
On the basis that I’m falling behind with my 365 Sporting Days I really am going to make this event more of a Phlog than a blog. Although as this was an evening event so the photos may get a bit dodgy as you can see things progress. I was lucky enough to have media access for the 7’s at […]
An unusual event, but sports related so valid to be here I feel. A recalling of the event and a bit of a article all rolled into one. I’ve said before but I will say it again – Premiership Rugby as an organisation are very inclusive. They recognise, ‘people like me’ – those of us who write about the game […]