Category Archives: Rugby

Knock On Effect of the RBS 6 Nations

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Rugby is the sport where no matter what the outcome or the level of the match, we just can’t get enough of it. The atmosphere, competition, crowds and dramatic moments all combine to make this marvelous and muddy competition one of Scotland’s favourite spectator sports. In 2014, it was reported by RBS that in a Continue Reading →

6 Nations Bonus Points – What differences would it have made?

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What if the new 6 Nations points and bonus points system had always existed? What difference would it have made over the years? It’s a question that many of us have been asking due to a few close run tournaments since it became the 6 Nations in 2000. Thankfully, it’s all numerical, and we can Continue Reading →

Rolling In It: Mud vs. Money

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Over the years, the game of football has evolved into a multi-million pound business where players and owners alike revel in celebrity lifestyles financed by six-figure pay checks. From a host of rich and famous club owners to big-time brand names dominating the front of strips; money has an undeniable presence in all aspects of Continue Reading →

Cheating In Sports: The Best Of Series

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Cheating in Sports. The new norm? I was watching a recent football  match, and at a point in the game, one of the players made an absolutely blatant dive in the penalty area to which I found myself thinking “Shocking. So much cheating in the game these days.” Then I remembered that this player’s team was Continue Reading →