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Keven Mealamu. 'Your option Blues skipper, scrum or lineout? "Can we have another choice," might be the Blues' answer so far in the Super 15. The Chiefs show it's dicey to put all your faith in rugby data or statistics as their lineout is the worst
Pumas breakaway Pablo Matera has made a difference. Photo: Getty Images The Wallabies scrum is about to be put through an ordeal that could rival the 2007 World Cup quarter-final in Marseille as the game Wallabies fans tell children about to spook
Fewer collapses this season, says Wayne Barnes The new scrum directive coming into use this season should significantly reduce the number of scrums collapsing, says international referee Wayne Barnes...Barnes said there had been a "positive outcome"
The Australian scrum has long been the laughing stock of international rugby. Some might say deservedly so as the Wallabies' scrum has been a wobbly old thing more often than not, the most recent example being its putty-like submissiveness in the
Speaking to the Dominion Post , top New Zealand scrum coach Mike Cron believes South African props will struggle to adapt to the new IRB scrum laws. Under new IRB laws designed to reduce scrum collapses, the "crouch, touch, set" process has been
Tuesday that it would implement a new set of experimental laws in all local competitions from Friday. The laws have been developed by the International Rugby Board (IRB) and are expected to result in more continuity in matches and reduce the risk of
Written by Raul Zubia For Pacific Sunday News Filed Under The Lions defeated the Chiefs 15-5 in the third week of the Heineken Rugby 15s yesterday at the University of Guam field. To start the first half of the game, the ball was kicked off by the
Last year I went to Twickenham and saw, with lust in my eyes, the England pack steamroller Ireland's scrum into the ground. It was as brutal an international dismantling as I have seen and shocked the rugby public. Those of us with cauliflower ears
a formation in which players from each side form a tight pack and push against each other in an attempt to get the ball which is thrown on the ground between them...Historically, Argentina have been one of its proudest proponents.
Fijians scrum coach/technical adviser Cameron Blades has assured the fans to expect a good start to the northern hemisphere tour against England on November 11 at the Twickenham Stadium in London. Blades, who has been brought in to improve the