London Irish Up With Cardiff Blues

London Irish have moved up ahead against the Cardiff Blues. The first try was scored by Cory Allen but it was Andrew Fenby, the Irish Winger was there in the half of each and simultaneously Shane Geraghaty scored down the post. Irish were clearly showing improvement. Irish got the lead when Tom Homer got the penalty. It was Fenby all around who was putting Irish on the top by side tracking all.

Leicester Tigers Worried Over Player Injuries

A tough time for Leicester fans- the team is surely passing through a testing phase of late worsened by player injuries. While Parling has become a concern given his repeated concussions, Youngs (Tom) is down with critical shoulder injury.

Chris Ashton looking forward to comeback in the England colours

Christopher John Ashton better known as Chris Ashton across the Rugby world has worn the English jersey and represented his country in two major occasions – the Rugby League and Rugby Union. He has represented leading clubs like Saracens and Wigan Warriors in the wing and full back positions. Ashton made his debut for England on 2006 against the French side.

England looking to inject freshness into their game

England coach Stuart Lancaster has shown great courage in naming a relatively inexperienced squad ahead of their encounter with the French side in the upcoming fixture of the Six Nations rugby championship. The newest inclusion in the team includes Luther Burrell and Jack Nowell who have shown outstanding form in the domestic league. Lancaster has also axed Chris Ashton as the captain of the team leading to a lot of controversy but the coach remains convinced about his choice ahead of the game.

Leeds Carnegie sign highly rated Scottish fly half Leonard

Rugby Football Union or RFU Championship side Leeds Carnegie have continued rebuilding their side ahead of the new season and beyond it having completed the signing of highly rated Scottish fly half Harry Leonard from Edinburgh Rugby.

Leonard, who is a former Under-20 international captain for the Scotland team, has been a regular in the first team of Edinburgh Rugby since he was 19 years old and has been a key player for the team in both the Pro 12 as well as the Heineken Cup, where he starred for the team during their win against Munster this season.

Leeds Carnegie sign two Newcastle Falcons players

Rugby Football Union Championship side Leeds Carnegie have announced the signing of two players from the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons, with Chris Pilgrim and James Fitzpatrick both putting pen to paper to a deal that will see them drop a division at the start of the new season.

Leeds Carnegie sign Harry Casson

Rugby Football Union or RFU Championship side Leeds Carnegie has completed the signing of Harry Casson from the Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Worcester Warriors on loan for the rest of the season.

Casson, a 22 year old second row forward has by and large struggled to establish himself as a first team regular in the Warriors side that has struggled in the Aviva Premiership themselves, having failed to secure a single win in their opening eleven matches of the Premiership so far and lying ten points adrift of the nearest team in the standings.

Highly sought after Harri

Highly sought after prop player Ben Harris stated that continuing his education in learning the trade at the Rugby Football Union Championship club Leeds Carnegie was his only priority which led him to snub the advances of a host of clubs from the Aviva Premiership in order to commit the foreseeable future to the Yorkshire based club.

Falcons sign Barrow from Leeds Carnegie

Aviva Premiership Rugby Football Union club the Newcastle Falcons have announced the signing of Dominic Barrow from the Rugby Football Union Championship side the Leeds Carnegie on a two year deal as they prepare for their return to the top flight of the English professional rugby after spending just one season in the Championship.

The increasing success of sports betting

While it would be wrong to say that sports betting is a product purely of the digital age –after all bookmakers firms have been fixtures on most British high streets for decades before the internet was even conceived, there is little question that that the rise of online sports betting – just like online casino – has led to greater numbers of people putting bets on sports. These days, people who would never dream of setting foot in either a land-based bookies or casino, can take part from the comfort of their own homes.


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