New inventive pathway needed to get out of tight situation
As Ronan O'Gara forewarned at the last World Cup for sure too, the possibility of an Irish province winning the Heineken Cup would be something of a consolation prize in the wake of Ireland again failing to make a World Cup semi-final.
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Heineken Cup: Foreign aid to prop up Scottish thistle
Edinburgh's crowd for the forthcoming Heineken Cup quarter-final against Toulouse (20000 and counting) proves that the latent demand for top-class rugby is there if the Murrayfield paymasters have the will and the wages to make it happen.
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Lewis Moody retires from rugby union through injury
Moody lifted two Heineken Cups and seven Premiership titles during a 14 year-spell with Leicester, before joining Bath in March 2010. He was capped 71 times by England, helping them win the 2003 World Cup, and played in two Tests on the 2005 British …
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Cheika could check in back home
Greg and Steve are struggling to recover from the Brumbies vs Force game, but still manage look at what lies ahead in the world of rugby. The prospect of Heineken Cup-winning coach Michael Cheika being in charge of an Australian Super Rugby team has …
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