Thursday, November 30, 2017

Rugby on TV : Nov 30 - Dec 7

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DateTimeShowCompetitionChannel
Thu Nov 301:00pm LEINSTER V DRAGONS (REPEAT)PRO 14EIR SPORT 1
3:00pmULSTER V TREVISO (REPEAT)PRO 14EIR SPORT 1
7:30pmTHE WORLD RUGBY SHOWSKY SPORTS ACTION
Fri Dec 14:50amDUBAI WOMENS SEVENSSKY SPORTS ME/ACTION
8:00amFRANCE V SOUTH AFRICA (REPEAT)AUTUMN INTLEIR SPORT 2
10:00amITALY V ARGENTINA (REPEAT)AUTUMN INTLEIR SPORT 2
1:00pmLEINSTER V DRAGONS (REPEAT)PRO 14EIR SPORT 1
7:00pmNORTHAMPTON V NEWCASTLEPREMIERSHIPBT SPORT 1
7:30pmDRAGONS V ULSTERPRO 14TG4/BBC 2
Sat Dec 25:20amDUBAI WOMENS SEVENSSKY SPORTS ACTION
8:30amAUSTRALIA V ENGLANDRLWC2017BBC 1/EIR SPORT 2
1:10pmZEBRE V CONNACHTPRO 14TG4
1:30pmEXETER CHIEFS V BATHPREMIERSHIPBT SPORT 2
1:40pmLA ROCHELLE V MONTPELLIERTOP 14SKY SPORTS ARENA
2:00pmWALES V SOUTH AFRICAAUTUMN INTLBBC 2
3:25pmTREVISO V LEINSTERPRO 14TG4
4:15pmWASPS V LEICESTER TIGERSPREMIERSHIPEIR SPORT 2
5:00pmMUNSTER V OSPREYSPRO 14SKY SPORTS ACTION
5:15pmCHEETAHS V SCARLETSPRO 14S4C
6:00pmHIGHLIGHTSRLWC2017BBC 2
7:40pmTOULON V LYONTOP 14SKY SPORTS ARENA
7:45pmRSA V NZL (REPEAT)2013 SEVENSSKY SPORTS ACTION
10:00pmHIGHLIGHTSPREMIERSHIPBT SPORT 1
11:05pmHIGHLIGHTSPRO 14TG4
Sun Dec 39:45amMUNSTER V OSPREYS (REPEAT)PRO 14SKY SPORTS ACTION
10:18amJOUR DE RUGBYTOP 14TV5MONDE
12:30pmRICHMOND V WASPSWOMEN'S PREMSKY SPORTS ACTION
2:30pmHARLEQUINS V SARACENSPREMIERSHIPBT SPORT 1
2:45pmLONDON SCOTTISH V RICHMONDCHAMPIONSHIPSKY SPORTS ACTION
3:30pmAUSTRALIA V ENGLAND (REPEAT)RLWC2017EIR SPORT 2
6:00pmSCRUM VBBC 2 WALES
Mon Dec 49:15amHIGHLIGHTSPREMIERSHIPBT SPORT 2
10:00amRICHMOND V WASPS (REPEAT)WOMENS PREMSKY SPORTS ACTION
12:15pmLDN SCOTTISH V RICHMOND (REPEAT)CHAMPIONSHIPSKY SPORTS ACTION
2:45pmLA ROCHELLE V MONTPELLIER (REPEAT)TOP 14SKY SPORTS ACTION
3:00pmDRAGONS V ULSTER (REPEAT)PRO 14EIR SPORT 1
10:00pmTOULON V LYON (REPEAT)TOP 14SKY SPORTS ARENA
Tue Dec 56:00amTREVISO V LEINSTER (REPEAT)PRO 14EIR SPORT 1
3:00pmMUNSTER V OSPREYS (REPEAT)PRO 14EIR SPORT 1
Wed Dec 611:00amDRAGONS V ULSTER (REPEAT)PRO 14EIR SPORT 1
5:00pmHIGHLIGHTS7S WORLD SERIESEIR SPORT 1
7:30pmTHE OFFLOADSKY SPORTS ARENA
9:00pmHIGHLIGHTSTOP 14SKY SPORTS ARENA
10:00pmRUGBY TONIGHT ON TOURBT SPORT 1
10:30pmAUSTRALIA V ENGLAND (REPEAT)RLWC2017EIR SPORT 2
Thu Dec 76:00amHIGHLIGHTSPRO 14EIR SPORT 1
2:45pmCAMBRIDGE V OXFORDVARSITY MATCHBBC 2
7:00pmHIGHLIGHTSDUBAI 7SSKY SPORTS ARENA

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Front Five - 30.11.17

Start your day with five eye-catching egg-chasing quotes & links from around the ruggersphere.

ICYMI click here for Michelle Tobin's post
on rugby player contract negotiations


The problem is that Byrne has done very little wrong for Leinster to warrant being dropped.


Cian Tracey - Irish Independent

The trio have agreed three-year extensions, keeping them with the province until the summer of 2021.


Belfast Newsletter

Ireland and Spain – alongside Japan – will be battling for their World Series lives this year


John Birch - ScrumQueens

The wing missed the entire autumn Test series after undergoing facial surgery but is now ready to feature


Robert Kitson - The Guardian

"...if money didn't come into it and it was an ideal world, 100% I would just go back and farm, and enjoy doing it"


Patrick McCarry - SportsJoe.ie


Feel free to share any interesting links you spot yourself about t’internet by email, Twitter, Facebook, blog comment or carrier pigeon – whatever works for you. JLP

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Wednesday, November 29, 2017

France v Japan [8-0-review]


FRANCE 23-23 JAPAN

An absorbing test lit up by the entertaining philosophy shown by Japan at Racing’s new home.  Despite being roughed up a bit in the forwards and failing to score with a 10m man advantage, their overall positivity had them ahead three different times and had outhalf Tamura not pulled a simple late conversion wide, they would’ve won.  Meanwhile the ‘What’s wrong with France?’ narrative persists...Trinh-Duc was steady enough at 10 but they’ll want to improve before Ireland's visit in February.

JLP



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