1. Is Richie McCaw ready to be named a Legend?

    The word legend often gets thrown around too much, but would it be fair to say when you look back on the greatest Rugby players to have graced the planet, Richie McCaw would be there and would easily have legend next to his name...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 474 reads 2 comments

  2. Rugby: Who should hold the 2015 World Cup?

    With the upcoming Rugby events this year lingering in our thoughts, perhaps its a bit too optimistic to start thinking about a World Cup in 2015. Especially seeing as we still have to get through New Zealand's hosting of 2011...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 217 reads 5 comments

  3. England Rugby crisis: Who will reign supreme at Fly Half?

    The summer still trundles on, and what with living in the Northern Hemisphere rugby has come to a standstill leaving our TVs rather blank...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 470 reads 4 comments

  4. England: A New Coach, A New Captain

    As Martin Johnson is waving his magic behind closed doors, and structuring his backroom staff there is still a important question left to be answered...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 321 reads 1 comments

  5. Dennis Bergkamp: My Vision of a True Legend

    Having recently seen a number of articles with people's favourite teams of all-time, and people dubbing people legends or not legends, it has inspired me to voice my opinion on who in my eyes is a legend...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 905 reads 5 comments

  6. Sale Sharks Look to Get Their Bite Back In Time For Guinness Premiership

    As the summer grinds away with a serious lack of Rugby on TV (apart from the Tri-Nations), these times can seem wasteful for those of us who long to see the Guinness Premiership back in action...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 259 reads 0 comments

  7. Rugby: Is Influx of Southern Talent Hurting the Guinness Premiership?

    Since the game turned professional in 1995, England, Wales, Ireland, and Scotland have seen a rise in the amount of talent from the Southern Hemisphere...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 297 reads 2 comments

  8. English Rugby Sees Promising Times Ahead

    It's usually pretty easy to get pessimistic about England's chances when it comes to rugby. Well, it has been since their last taste of glory that was the 2003 World Cup. Yet, things for me are looking good when it comes to future glory...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about almost 6 years ago 231 reads 0 comments

  9. International Rugby Faces Image Problem

    Thousands of young admirers of sport watch on as their chosen heroes battle it out on the field, doing the public proud as a good role model should do...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 389 reads 1 comments

  10. Dan Carter chooses Perpignan in his pick of Europe.

    French outfit Perpignan have won the race for Dan Carter after the All Blacks fly-half agreed to spend his sabbatical with the French side. A number of clubs across Europe had been chasing the player regarded the world's best No...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 190 reads 0 comments

  11. Cristiano Ronaldo: What's the Right Decision?

    Cristiano Ronaldo is most likely the best player in the world. The Winger of the recent Manchester United double winning team. The man who scored 42 goals in one season for the Red Devils (31 of those in the premiership)...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 3,170 reads 4 comments

  12. Samir Nasri signs for Arsenal: Is he the missing piece of the puzzle?

    Arsenal have managed to secure the signature of highly rated French dynamo Samir Nasri for a fee expected to be around £15.8 million...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 760 reads 4 comments

  13. England mauled as their Back-row seems to be the only glimmer of hope.

    With a week filled by controversy due to England's antics in their private rooms, something to take the dreary feeling away from their camp would be a victory over the ever-mighty All Blacks...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 141 reads 0 comments

  14. Wheres the control? Four England players accused of "serious allegations"

    In an age where there are many headlines of footballers running a mock in bars and clubs, with certain scandals, it's a relief that our beloved sport doesn't follow this trend, and the headlines are usually focused more on the game...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 734 reads 0 comments

  15. Shane Williams: King of the Wingers?

    Back in the year 2000 a man by the name of Mike Williams placed a bet on a small eleven stone winger to become Wales' top try scorer...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 882 reads 4 comments

  16. Jerry Collins: The All-Black, Hurricanes and Barnstaple Legend

    When someone mentions the name Jerry Collins, certain things will come into your thoughts. Maybe his bleached blonde hair? Maybe him and Richie McCaw making one of the best flanker partnerships ...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 1,743 reads 2 comments

  17. American Football vs. Rugby: More Similarities Than We Think?

    As a fan of Rugby Union, I often find it hard to see past it as the greatest sport in the world. As I'm sure football fans do with their beloved game, as do cricketers, basketballers, baseball ...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 2,871 reads 11 comments

  18. Its Looking All Bleak For England Against New Zealand

    New Zealand. The All Blacks. Possibly the most powerful Rugby nation in the world. A team who, on their day, can be nothing short of unstoppable. A team who are famous for their fast, aggressive clinical gameplay...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 351 reads 0 comments

  19. Matthew Tait—Birth of a Legend

    Recently, I found myself reading an article on Francois Steyn, and his potential when put in his preferable position...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 738 reads 0 comments

  20. 2008 Guinness Premiership Final: Leicester, Wasps, Injustice, and Magic

    When looking at who finished in the top four of the Guinness Premiership, the two teams that seem to be least deserving of being there are the two teams in the Final. This is not the first time "injustice" has occurred in the the rugby playoffs...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 818 reads 1 comments

  21. All Ireland need is a new Kidney.

    When looking at Munster’s recent Heineken Cup campaigns, its hard to see past Declan Kidney being a integral part of it all. Some may argue that the Irish coach could be famed as one of the greatest coaches of all time...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 322 reads 1 comments

  22. Young English Stars Keep the Guinness Premiership Flowing.

    This past Guinness Premiership season has provided fans with some of the greatest rugby union ever played in this league...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 275 reads 0 comments

  23. England Rugby: Danny Cipriani out, Hipkiss in?

    As the tour to New Zealand draws closer, England find themselves in some what of a ditch. The new ruler of the 10 shirt, Danny Cipriani suffered a horrible injury, leaving questions over who should replace him in the tour...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 315 reads 0 comments

  24. Big Four, Give the Challengers a Chance!

    The concept of the big four often annoys me. The ideal that these four teams can claim the top four spots year after year becomes repetitive, and in need of some serious competition...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 335 reads 0 comments

  25. Arsene Wenger: Tightest Man in Football?

    10 Years in charge. Four F.A. Cups. Three Premiership titles, and unbeaten Premier League campaign. A Champions League runners-up medal...

    Sean Kelly Written by Sean Kelly about 6 years ago 1,207 reads 3 comments